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  • ISSN: 0892-6794 (Print), 1747-7093 (Online)
  • Editors: Joel H. Rosenthal , Adam Read-Brown Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs|170 East 64th Street, New York, NY 10065-7478, USA and Priya Chokshi Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs, USA
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The aim of Ethics & International Affairs, the journal of the Carnegie Council, is to help close the gap between theory and practice (and between theorists and practitioners) by publishing original essays that integrate rigorous thinking about principles of justice and morality into discussions of practical dilemmas related to current policy developments, global institutional arrangements, and the conduct of important international actors. Theoretical discussions that originate in philosophy, religion, or the social sciences should connect with the interests of journalists, activists, policy-makers, and citizens who are primarily concerned with assessing and reforming specific policies, as well as existing rules and institutions such as the United Nations, the World Bank, and the International Monetary Fund; arrangements governing trade, environmental protection, and the use of force; and the International Criminal Court and ad hoc tribunals that address genocide and past societal injustices.

EIA blog

  • EIA Fall 2020 Remote Editorial Internship
  • 08 July 2020, The Editors
  • Ethics & International Affairs, the journal of the Carnegie Council, seeks a remote volunteer intern for the fall semester. The post <i>EIA</i> Fall 2020 Remote Editorial Internship appeared first on Ethics & International Affairs....
  • Difficult Ethical Choices on China
  • 06 July 2020, Nikolas Gvosdev
  • Andrew Sullivan pulls no punches: It’s time we treated China as the rogue dictatorship it is. When a totalitarian nation is enacting genocide, has a dictator The post Difficult Ethical Choices on China appeared first on Ethics & International Affairs....
  • 01 July 2020, Nikolas Gvosdev
  • Nahal Toosi has a fascinating read in Politico about a subtle but major shift in the international landscape: human rights groups focusing on the United States’s The post <h1><span style=font-size:28.5px;'>Where Do Human Rights Fit In?</h1></span> <h3>Policy Narratives Re-examined</h3> appeared first on Ethics & International Affairs....

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