Professor Jennifer C. Rubenstein discusses the promises and pitfalls of Effective Altruism, including what she calls the movement’s “hidden curriculum.” Rubenstein’s review essay on this topic appears in the Winter 2016 issue of Ethics & International Affairs.
In this interview, Professor Karin Aggestam of Lund University discusses Sweden’s feminist foreign policy, both in theory and in practice. Aggestam’s essay on this topic, which she co-authored with her colleague Professor Annika Bergman-Rosamond, appears in the Fall 2016 issue of Ethics & International Affairs.
In this interview, Professor Robert Sparrow of Monash University speaks to the journal about his work on ethical issues raised by new technologies. The conversation focuses on Autonomous Weapons Systems (AWS), often referred to as “killer robots.”
The journal is proud to feature an exclusive audio interview between Thomas Weiss, the Presidential Professor of Political Science at the City University of New York’s Graduate Center and co-author with Rorden Wilkinson of “Change and Continuity in Global Governance,” and John Tessitore, editor of Ethics & International Affairs. Weiss and Wilkinson’s article appears in the Winter 2014 issue of Ethics & International Affairs as part of a special roundtable on global governance.
In this podcast, EIA Senior Editor Zach Dorfman introduces the fall 2015 issue. He discusses a new essay by Richard Goldstone; a book symposium on Michael Blake’s Justice and Foreign Policy; articles on democracy in the age of the Internet and ethical consumption; and reviews of books by Deen Chatterjee, David Bosco, and Michael Walzer.
M. SANJAYAN AND ZACH DORFMAN
In this interview, M. Sanjayan, senior scientist at Conservation International, discusses our climate-changed world, and why—on some days at least—he’s hopeful about our environmental future.
JIM SLEEPER AND ZACH DORFMAN
In this EIA interview, Jim Sleeper, author of “Innocents Abroad: Liberal Educators in Illiberal Societies,” talks about the expansion of American universities overseas—and how these ventures are testing the limits of liberal education.