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After Gitmo and <i>Charlie Hebdo</i>: Rethinking Citizenship in the 21st Century

After Gitmo and Charlie Hebdo: Rethinking Citizenship in the 21st Century

| January 16, 2015
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NICK GVOSDEV

The Charlie Hebdo massacre and the release of additional inmates from the Guantanamo prison raise questions about the most effective ways to protect ourselves against terrorism.

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The <i>Charlie Hebdo</i> Massacre and the Question of Hate Speech

The Charlie Hebdo Massacre and the Question of Hate Speech

| January 14, 2015
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When does protected expression venture into the realm of hate speech, and who should determine when a particular expression qualifies as such?

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Restoring Diplomatic Relations with Cuba: Ethical Dilemmas

Restoring Diplomatic Relations with Cuba: Ethical Dilemmas

| December 18, 2014
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NICK GVOSDEV

What, if any, are America’s moral duties to the Cuban state and the Cuban people? And what do these duties say about America’s commitment to its own values?

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<i>EIA</i> Podcast: Introducing the Winter 2014 Issue

EIA Podcast: Introducing the Winter 2014 Issue

| December 16, 2014
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In this podcast, EIA Associate Editor Zach Dorfman speaks with Carnegie Council Communications Director Madeleine Lynn on the winter 2014 issue of the journal.

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How Norms Die: A Response

How Norms Die: A Response

| December 16, 2014
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Authoritarian regimes routinely use torture against domestic political opponents; democracies hardly ever do. What the two regimes share is that they place little weight on the interests of people who live beyond their borders.

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An Introduction to the New Centennial Ebook from <i>EIA</i>

An Introduction to the New Centennial Ebook from EIA

| December 3, 2014
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This podcast introduces EIA’s new ebook on the most critical issues facing the world today. Ebook free for a limited time!

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Animals as Citizens: A Response to Will Kymlicka

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Kymlicka believes that animals should be considered citizens. But the animal-human relationship seems fundamentally dissimilar to its human-human counterpart.

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Challenge from the East

Challenge from the East

| November 12, 2014
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An alternative vision to global order—distinct from the assumptions put forward in Washington and Brussels—is acquiring coherence.

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