Tag: etzioni

Does Covid-19 Change International Relations?

| March 2020

Does a global pandemic change the nature of international affairs? Is it likely to foster international cooperation, or will it promote disintegrative tendencies within the global system–as nations seek to disconnect themselves? Could we see renewed efforts at “decoupling” countries and rethinking global supply chains and transport networks? Moreover, will different nations see the pandemic […]

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Afghanistan and the Ethics of Triage

| June 2017

What would a democracy triage approach to Afghanistan look like?

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The Ethics of Trump’s Foreign Policy vs. Obama’s Long Game

| April 2016

Much of the reaction to Donald Trump’s foreign policy speech, beyond the campaign-related questions of whether this address makes him look more presidential or electable, has focused on whether he offered coherent policy proposals. What I would like to do is briefly address the question of the ethics behind the foreign policy vision in those remarks.

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Communitarian Approach? New China-U.S. Agreements

Communitarian Approach? New China-U.S. Agreements

| April 2016

Do the agreements reached at the Nuclear Security Summit in Washington between Presidents Barack Obama and Xi Jinping represent an evolution towards the communitarian vision of how international relations ought to be conducted?

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