The resource curse is a complex problem that affects a great many. It has rightly occupied an important place in debates about global justice. Many proposed solutions look to creating economic incentives and making international trade conditional upon governance reform. We should add to this list the need for constitutional change, too.
A special EIA interview between Shefa Siegel, author of “The Missing Ethics of Mining,” and John Tessitore, editor of the journal.
The journal is looking for extraordinary candidates for our summer 2013 internship.
Candidate countries engage in long and drawn-out campaigns to garner promises of support when it comes to the vote—promises that are undeclared and sometimes unfulfilled.
How do the methods of political science relate to the substantive problems that we want to study? Much energy has been spent arguing over the issues raised by this question — on the nature of science, the making of concepts, the meaning of explanation, and more. These are issues that arise across many domains of [...]
Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs announces its fourth annual International Essay Contest. This competition is open to both teachers and students anywhere in the world.