Most Popular Carnegie Council Resources, 2018

Carnegie Council presents its most popular resources created in 2018. Topics include solutions to inequality, Russian influence in France, democracy in danger, the situation in Burma/Myanmar, artificial intelligence, and much more. Audio podcasts remain our most consistently accessed resource, but certain videos did so well this year that we are listing them first.

We hope you'll join us for more on ethics in international affairs in 2019!

TOP 3 MOST POPULAR RESOURCES OVERALL

1) Andrew Yang: Paying for a Universal Basic Income (video)
2) Russian Soft Power in France, with Marlene Laruelle & Jean-Yves... (video)
3) Robert Kaplan: The Return of Marco Polo's World: War Strategy &...


TOP FIVE VIDEO PODCASTS

1) Russian Soft Power in France, with Marlene Laruelle & Jean-Yves...
Video highlights from June 2018 event, Russian Soft Power in France Project, full video, audio, transcript, and French translation available.

2) Fight for Liberty, with Max Boot, Philip Bobbitt, Garry Kasparov, &...
Video highlights from October 2018 Public Affairs program, full video, audio, and transcript available.

3) Army of None: Autonomous Weapons and the Future of War, with Paul S...
Video highlights from May 2018 Public Affairs event, full video, audio, and transcript available. 

4) Poverty Reduction & Social Welfare in China, with Qin Gao
Video highlights from April 2018 Ethics Matter interview, full video, audio, and transcript available.

5) Political Tribes: Group Instinct and the Fate of Nations, with Amy ...
Video highlights from March 2018 Public Affairs program, full video, audio, and transcript available.


TOP FIVE YOUTUBE VIDEOS

1) Andrew Yang: Paying for a Universal Basic Income (No. 1 resource overall)
Video clip, March 2018 Ethics Matter interview. Access full video, TV show, audio, and transcript here.

2) Robert Kaplan: The Return of Marco Polo's World: War Strategy &...
Full video, March 2018 Public Affairs event. Access TV show, video clips, audio, and transcript here.

3) Ian Bremmer: Top Risks and Ethical Decisions 2018
Full video, January 2018 Ethics Matter interview. Access video clips, audio, and transcript here.

4) Timothy Snyder: On Tyranny: Twenty Lessons from the Twentieth Century
Full video, February 2018 Ethics Matter event. Access video clips, TV show, audio, and transcript here.

5) John Lewis Gaddis: On Grand Strategy
Full video, April 2018 Public Affairs event. Access video clips, audio, and transcript here.


TOP FIVE AUDIO PODCASTS

1) Moral Leadership Missing in Burma, with Ambassador Derek Mitchell
January 2018 Asia Dialogue podcast, with full transcript.

2) Is Indonesia Becoming Like Pakistan? with Andreas Harsono
February 2018 Asia Dialogue podcast, with full transcript

3) To Fight Against This Age: On Fascism and Humanism, with Rob Riemen
February 2018 Public Affairs event, with full video and transcript.

4) Top Risks and Ethical Decisions 2018 with Eurasia Group's Ian Bremmer
January 2018 Ethics Matter interview, with full video and transcript.

5) Necessary Evil: How to Fix Finance by Saving Human Rights, with Dav...
February 2018 Asia Dialogues podcast, with full transcript.


TOP FIVE MOST-VIEWED CARNEGIE COUNCIL WEBSITE PAGES

1) "Artificial Intelligence's Ethical Challenges" by Lily Zacharias
International Student Essay Contest winner, February 2018.

2) "Maintaining Power by Breaking up Society: Eritrea Under Isaias Afwerki" by Bahlbi Y. Malk 
Carnegie Ethics Online article, March 2018.

3) Moral Leadership Missing in Burma, with Ambassador Derek Mitchell
January 2018 Asia Dialogues podcast with transcript.

4) "Russian Soft Power in France: Assessing Moscow's Cultural and Busi...
Russian Soft Power in France Project, January 2018 paper in French and English.

5) Normalizing Intolerance in Indonesia, with Sandra Hamid
March 2018 Asia Dialogues podcast, with transcript.

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