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Asylum for Snowden?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Valentine Olushola Oyedipe Nov 8, 2013. 1 Reply

The German country is divided. This time over morality. Or politics.Prominent German intellectuals and politicians are of the opinion that Edward Snowden should be granted asylum in Germany, while…Continue

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Robert Mort White liked Linda Eggert's blog post The real origins of realpolitik
Mar 15, 2014
Carnegie Council commented on Linda Eggert's blog post The real origins of realpolitik
"For more on this topic, check out Joel Rosenthal's book Righteous Realists, which is mentioned in this recent interview."
Mar 12, 2014
Al LeBlanc liked Linda Eggert's blog post The real origins of realpolitik
Mar 11, 2014
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Mar 10, 2014
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Mar 10, 2014
Valentine Olushola Oyedipe replied to Linda Eggert's discussion Asylum for Snowden?
"The issue you have raised Linder is such a very sensitive one and that clearly affirms the inevitable tension between morality and political expediency/or necessity as always been experienced in recent times. On the one hand, the prominent…"
Nov 8, 2013
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Asylum for Snowden?

The German country is divided. This time over morality. Or politics.Prominent German intellectuals and politicians are of the opinion that Edward Snowden should be granted asylum in Germany, while Chancellor Angela Merkel and other 'transatlanticists' are convinced that the already considerable tension between Germany and US must not be allowed to grow.Is this a conflict between moral principles and political necessities? Can Angela Merkel be both a good moral and political leader in this…See More
Nov 4, 2013
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Ethics in a Globalizing World: Debates and Dilemmas at Shantou University, Shantou, China

March 22, 2014 to March 23, 2014
As transnational and crosscultural exchanges become increasingly commonplace in our rapidly shrinking world, conflicts over values and beliefs are bound to arise, despite efforts to the contrary. This conference aims to see what can be done to help.Enquiries: aagsconference@yahoo.comWeb address: http://asia-globalstudies.org/aags_2014Sponsored by: Asia Association for Global StudiesSee More
Oct 4, 2013
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Oct 4, 2013
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Military Virtues and Contemporary Challenges at University of Notre Dame

October 13, 2013 to October 16, 2013
The International Society for Military Ethics is pleased to announce plans for its annual conference: “Military Virtues and Contemporary Challenges.’’ Keynote speaker: Alasdair MacIntyre.This three-day conference will take place Sunday to Wednesday, October 13-16 at the University of Notre Dame in South Bend, Indiana.A focus on character and virtues in the military is well established, both in terms of philosophy and practice. Given the developments and technologies emergent since the 1990s and…See More
Oct 1, 2013
Linda Eggert replied to Carnegie Council's discussion Syria: Two Positions to Consider
"While we're waiting for the outcome of today's Security Council meeting, here's a response to David C. Speedie and Anthony F. Lang's articles. There are plenty of moral and political arguments for and against…"
Sep 10, 2013
Kei Hiruta and Linda Eggert are now friends
Sep 4, 2013
Linda Eggert and George Wilson dos Santos Sturaro are now friends
Sep 3, 2013
Linda Eggert's blog post was featured
Aug 5, 2013
Linda Eggert posted a blog post
Aug 5, 2013
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The Danger of Human Rights Proliferation

Very interesting article about why less is more when it comes to defending human rights:…See More
Jul 31, 2013

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German Ethics Council
What are your interests and areas of expertise in international relations?
Culture, Democracy, Diplomacy, Education, Ethics, Globalization, Governance, Human Rights, Innovation, Justice, Peace, Religion, Science, Security, War
Tell everyone a little about yourself and what you hope to gain from the Global Ethics Network.
Graduated from Bard College Berlin with a BA in Humanities, the Arts and Social Thought; main area of concentration: Ethics and Political Theory.

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Robert D. Kaplan: The Tragedy of U.S. Foreign Policy

Posted on August 5, 2013 at 12:21pm 0 Comments

Robert D. Kaplan on US Foreign Policy, Morality and Political Realism:

http://nationalinterest.org/commentary/the-tragedy-us-foreign-policy-8810?page=show

The Danger of Human Rights Proliferation

Posted on July 31, 2013 at 9:02am 0 Comments

Very interesting article about why less is more when it comes to defending human rights:…

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Do we need to adapt our ethics to keep up with military developments?

Posted on June 27, 2013 at 4:06am 0 Comments

Military Ethics Conference with Alasdair MacIntyre in October:

http://isme.tamu.edu/ISME2013/ISME-2013-CFP.pdf

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