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Truth, Justice, and Power: Why Victimization Continues After Conflict

Truth, Justice, and Power: Why Victimization Continues After Conflict

| November 2018
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The cases of South Korea, Spain, and the Gambia show how political institutions can marginalize survivors in the aftermath of conflict.

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Sanders’ “Selective Engagement” versus Transactional Internationalism

| October 2018
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Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders each offer a different alternative to the traditional “bipartisan consensus” in U.S. foreign policy.

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The Importance of Memory: Unreliable, Precarious, and Crucial to Reconciliation

The Importance of Memory: Unreliable, Precarious, and Crucial to Reconciliation

| October 2018
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Several recent cases involving the Gambia, Japan and Korea, and Spain highlight the tenuous relationship between memory, history, and state-building.

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The Ethics of the “Doorstep”

| September 2018
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Asha Castleberry raised a great point in her discussion with Ali Wyne (the panel on “Making Foreign Policy Relevant Again“) at the Carnegie Council: connecting the broad swath of national security matters to the “doorstep” (a formulation that participant Simran Maker amplified) of the American voter. In other words, the “doorstep test” requires the policymaker […]

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What We’ve Been Reading

What We’ve Been Reading

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

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Advising the Next Administration: Finding a New Foreign Policy Approach

| September 2018
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The Center for American Progress has released a report laying out a foreign policy approach that the next administration might consider adopting. Securing a Democratic World: The Case for a Democratic Values-Based U.S. Foreign Policy takes as its starting point the important recognition that one cannot simply turn the clock backwards and ignore the reality […]

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What We’ve Been Reading

What We’ve Been Reading

| August 2018
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The UN report on Myanmar, child refugees in Nauru, and foreign aid for India. Current events in international affairs, paired with EIA and Carnegie Council resources.

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