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<i>EIA</i> Interview with Ronald Deibert on a Human-Centric Approach to Cybersecurity

EIA Interview with Ronald Deibert on a Human-Centric Approach to Cybersecurity

| January 2019

Discussions around cybersecurity often focus on the security and sovereignty of states, not individuals, says Professor Ronald Deibert, director of University of Toronto’s Citizen Lab. If you start from a “human-centric perspective,” it could lead to policies focusing on peace, prosperity, and human rights. How can we work toward this approach?

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After Katowice: Three Civil Society Strategies for Ratcheting Up Climate Ambition

After Katowice: Three Civil Society Strategies for Ratcheting Up Climate Ambition

| January 2019

The recent climate conference in Katowice, Poland was a milestone for the Paris Agreement, and it points to the role NGOs can play in encouraging states to ratchet up climate ambition.

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Japan’s Withdrawal from the International Whaling Commission: A Disaster that Could Have Been Avoided

Japan’s Withdrawal from the International Whaling Commission: A Disaster that Could Have Been Avoided

| January 2019

Former IWC chair Cristian Maquieira writes that Japan’s decision was a long time coming, but it didn’t have to be this way.

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<i>EIA</i> Winter 2018 issue–Out Now!

EIA Winter 2018 issue–Out Now!

| December 2018

We are pleased to announce the publication of the Winter 2018 issue of Ethics & International Affairs. Access the Table of Contents here.

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The Universal Declaration of Human Rights at Seventy: Progress and Challenges

The Universal Declaration of Human Rights at Seventy: Progress and Challenges

| December 2018

In this essay, Ş. İlgü Özler examines global progress toward achieving the ideals enshrined in the UDHR, which was adopted seventy years ago in 1948.

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The Truth is Not Always as It Seems, and What That Means for Reconciliation and Justice

The Truth is Not Always as It Seems, and What That Means for Reconciliation and Justice

| November 2018

In this blog post, Caroline Nguyen writes that the difficulty of defining and enforcing the right to truth explains why many scholars and practitioners are skeptical of its efficacy.

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The Alternatives to War: From Sanctions to Nonviolence, with James Pattison

The Alternatives to War: From Sanctions to Nonviolence, with James Pattison

In this interview, James Pattison discusses his book, “The Alternatives to War.” His goal is to offer policymakers a pragmatic moral map of the main alternatives to war.

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The Case for Foreign Electoral Subversion

The Case for Foreign Electoral Subversion

| September 2018

In this essay Cécile Fabre argues that, under certain conditions and subject to certain constraints, foreign electoral subversion may be justified as a means to prevent or end large-scale human rights violations.

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