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MAR 11, 2024 News

The Institute for Peace & Diplomacy: George Washington and the Birth of American Realism

In this article for The Institute for Peace & Diplomacy, Visiting Fellow Arta Moeni & co-author Christopher Mott provide an overview of "Washingtonian Realism," making the case ...

FEB 20, 2024 News

CSIS: The Quantum Man and the Sea of Risks

In this article for CSIS, Visiting Fellow Zhanna Malekos Smith discusses how NATO and others are responding to potential effects of quantum-based technology.

FEB 16, 2024 News

The Wall Street Journal: New OpenAI Technology Can Create Realistic Video From a Line of Text

In this "Wall Street Journal" article, Senior Fellow Arthur Holland Michel is quoted discussing the potential misuse of new AI tools, like Sora.

FEB 1, 2024 News

Tampa Bay Times: Here’s how Florida can help US weather the ‘trilemma’

In this "Tampa Bay Times" op-ed, Senior Fellow Nikolas Gvosdev discusses how global instability could lead the U.S. to turn to Latin America.

JAN 19, 2024 News

BBC: Davos 2024: Can – and should – leaders aim to regulate AI directly?

In this BBC article reporting from the World Economic Forum in Davos, Senior Fellow Wendell Wallach is quote discussing how effectively regulate artificial intelligence.

DEC 18, 2023 News

The Geostrata: Ethics and Geopolitics - A Binary | Geointerview with Joel Rosenthal from Carnegie Council

In this interview with Indian think tank The Geostrata, Carnegie Council President Joel Rosenthal discusses the state of realist ideas in 21st century geopolitics.

NOV 13, 2023 News

Just Security: Is AI the Right Sword for Democracy?

In this article for "Just Security," Senior Fellow Arthur Holland Michel writes that the "AI for democracy" argument rests on misguided—and potentially dangerous—assumptions.

AUG 25, 2023 News

Senior Fellow Nikolas Gvosdev Discusses Upcoming Lecture: “The Global South: Expanding the Scope of Geopolitical Understanding."

U.S. Global Engagement Senior Fellow Nikolas Gvosdev discusses how the U.S. should rethink how it engages with the Global South

AUG 16, 2023 News

MIT Technology Review: Inside the messy ethics of making war with machines

In this article from "MIT Technology Review," Senior Fellow Arthur Holland Michel discusses the ethical issues associated with AI decision-making on the battlefield.

AUG 15, 2023 News

The Fletcher School at Tufts University: Orchestrating a New Symphony within Global Affairs

In this feature for The Fletcher School's Website, Carnegie Ethics Fellow (CEF) Samantha Hubner discusses her work with CEF and the ethical issues connected to ...

Press Releases

APR 4, 2024 News

Celebrate Global Ethics Day 2024 on October 16

Carnegie Council is pleased to announce that Global Ethics Day will return for its 11th year on October 16, 2024, with the theme “Ethics Empowered.”

FEB 15, 2024 News

Carnegie Council Launches Tool Mapping the Impact of Data Fusion Technology on Freedom, Security, and Human Rights

Carnegie Council has released an interactive tool showcasing the civil liberties implications of data fusion technology, particularly with respect to freedom, security, and human rights.

JAN 31, 2024 News

Carnegie Council Launches “Unlocking Cooperation” Event Series

Carnegie Council announces a new event series exploring novel pathways to revitalize multilateral cooperation.

SEP 13, 2023 News

Carnegie Council Opens Registration for Global Ethics Day Keynote Event on October 18

Carnegie Council has opened registration for its 2023 Global Ethics Day keynote event, “Unlocking Cooperation,” taking place on October 18 at 12:00pm ET.

MAY 16, 2023 News

Carnegie Council Launches the Ethics Accelerator

Today, new ethical questions are emerging at an exponential rate and society faces significant challenges in the realm of international affairs. In response, Carnegie Council ...

MAR 23, 2023 News

Celebrate the Tenth Annual Global Ethics Day with Carnegie Council on October 18!

Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs is thrilled to announce that Global Ethics Day 2023 will take place on October 18, with the theme of “Ethics ...

SEP 20, 2022 News

Carnegie Council Opens Registration for a Special Global Ethics Day Event with Michael Schur, Creator of "The Good Place" and Author of "How to Be Perfect: The Correct Answer to Every Moral Question"

Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs today released its programming lineup for the ninth annual Global Ethics Day on October 19, featuring an event with ...

JUL 27, 2022 News

Carnegie Council Calls on International Community to Participate in Global Ethics Day on October 19

The ninth annual Global Ethics Day, an initiative of Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs, will be celebrated on October 19, 2022. The theme is “Ethics ...

MAR 15, 2022 News

Just Out: "Ethics & International Affairs" Spring 2022 Issue

The editors of "Ethics & International Affairs" are pleased to present the Spring 2022 issue of the journal! The highlight of this issue is a roundtable organized ...

JAN 4, 2022 News

Just Out: "Ethics & International Affairs" Winter 2021 Issue

The editors of Ethics & International Affairs are pleased to present the Winter 2021 issue of the journal! The issue features a book symposium organized by Michael ...

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