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Ukraine, The Great Powers, Budapest, and Astheneia

| April 10, 2014

The Ukrainian government was either led to believe or fooled itself into thinking that was was produced in Budapest in 1994 constituted guarantees about its security, and certainly publicized it as such.

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Preventing Corporate Human Rights Abuse: It’s Time for Government Action

| April 9, 2014

Each time we celebrate a bold move of a company, we do so precisely because embedding human rights in business practice is just that: a bold move, and still far from the norm.

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Assessing the Ethics of Secession: Crimea

| March 16, 2014

The vote in Crimea draws attention to the clash between adherence to proper, constitutional procedure and the right to self-determination.

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EIA Summer Editorial Internship

| March 15, 2014

Ethics & International Affairs seeks a part-time summer editorial intern.

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Upcoming Conferences of Interest: Spring & Summer 2014

| March 4, 2014

These upcoming conferences may be of interest to our readers. Be advised, some deadlines are fast approaching.

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Ukraine: Obligated to Assist?

| March 4, 2014

Did the interim government in Ukraine have the right to expect a more robust response from Western countries in response to Russia’s move to effectively separate the Crimea from its control?

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The Ethics of Supporting Regime Change

| February 25, 2014

How does the ethical foreign policy practitioner develop policy to respond to the upheavals in Ukraine, Venezuela, or Thailand, or deal with the aftermath of changes of government in places like Egypt?

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International Law and Cyberwar: A Response to The Ethics of Cyberweapons

| February 10, 2014

The Tallinn Manual has been widely accepted as a generally accurate restatement of the international law governing cyber operations during an armed conflict or a hostile exchange between States.

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