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Upcoming Conferences of Interest 2018-2019

| August 2018
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We’ve put together a list of conferences related to ethics and international relations for the 2018-2019 academic year. We hope you find a conference to attend!

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Ethics, Russia and Syria

| August 2018
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Can Russia’s amoral approach to Syria lead to a stable outcome?

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The Vision: Saving the Old or Building the New?

| August 2018
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Steve Walt writes in Foreign Policy about why he chose not to endorse an open letter to the Trump administration by various international relations scholars about the need to save and preserve the U.S. role in the “liberal international order.” Ultimately, his point has to do with the vision the United States has for how world […]

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The Montenegro Test

| July 2018
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The discussion over Montenegro has ethical dimensions that have been largely overlooked.

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Stamford Grapples with American Engagement

| July 2018
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I am very grateful to the World Affairs Forum in Stamford, CT, for hosting a discussion forum on the topic of American engagement in global affairs. This conversation, held on July 10, 2018, builds upon earlier conversations held in other parts of the country (in March and April) as well as assessments as to what […]

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What We’ve Been Reading

What We’ve Been Reading

| July 2018
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Welcome to our roundup of news and current events related to ethics and international affairs! Here’s what we’ve been reading in July.

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Trump the Disrupter

| July 2018
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Lawrence Freedman has authored a fascinating essay, “Authentic Trump versus the Trump Administration: Donald Trump as Foreign Policy Disrupter.” It raises questions that have been echoed in this forum as well–such as the discussion held at CCEIA in June with Kori Schake and Colin Dueck. (And for those interested, my own commentary on these matters […]

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“Ye Shall Know them By Their Fruits”: Immigration Controls in Practice

| July 2018
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In light of the Supreme Court’s decision to uphold the travel ban, Drew Thomson reflects on how to develop institutions that can identify and mitigate discrimination in practice.

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