RSSIssue 26.1

Editors’ Note [Full Text]

| April 2012
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The Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs will turn one hundred years old in February 2014. Andrew Carnegie founded the Council in 1914 with a specific purpose in mind: he thought it was possible to avoid the Great War that he and many others believed was on the horizon. In fact, he approached the […]

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Reimagining a Global Ethic

Reimagining a Global Ethic

| April 2012
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BY MICHAEL IGNATIEFF. What status do we give a global ethic in a pluralistic world that, as a matter of fact, is composed, ethically speaking, of competing moral universes?

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In Defense of Smart Sanctions: A Response to Joy Gordon

| March 2012
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I argue that smart sanctions have been more of a pronounced success than Gordon claims. In addition, I address some of the flaws that she identifies as significant in the discrete types of sanctions.

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After the MDGs: Citizen Deliberation and the Post-2015 Development Framework

| March 2012
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For those concerned with and affected by global development and human deprivation, 2015 looms large, for this is the date by which the ambitious Millennium Development Goals are to be achieved. Citizen assemblies offer one promising mechanism for putting poor men and women at the heart of discussions about global development priorities.

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