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Updated: 21 Feb 2024 • 670 episodes
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Listen to the latest insights from Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs—the world’s catalyst for ethical action. Tune in to hear from leading experts and thinkers from around the world who are tackling the most complex issues today and tomorrow, including the intersection of AI and equality, the governance of climate altering technologies, America’s changing role in the world, and the future of global migration. To learn more, visit our website at http://www.carnegiecouncil.org.

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In this episode, Senior Fellow Anja Kaspersen speaks with Sam Gregory, executive director of WITNESS and a leading voice in human rights and civic journalism. Their discussion delves into the challenges and opportunities presented by synthetic data, AI-generated media, and deepfakes. Gregory discusses his pioneering "P

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Today, communities are experiencing the effects of the widespread adoption by law enforcement of data fusion technology: automated software for correlating and fusing surveillance data from a growing web of sources. Though this technology has received scant attention compared to other novel forms of surveillance, its c

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Nahal Toosi, senior foreign affairs correspondent for Politico, returns to The Doorstep to discuss how chaos in domestic politics is weakening the United States on the world stage. How are far right Republicans undermining Secretary of State Antony Blinken's negotiations with Israel? What is the fate of President Biden

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In this "Ethical Article," Professor Abiodun Williams writes that the international order is facing a period of unusual turbulence and that "order with justice is an urgent imperative in our times." To read this article, please go to carnegiecouncil.co/3ShAk2c. 

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This Carnegie Council special event features a roundtable conversation with author Peter Osnos on human rights, security, and the legacy of the Helsinki Accords. Osnos is the founder of the publishing house PublicAffairs and is a former correspondent and editor for The Washington Post. His latest book is titled Would Y

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Women are underrepresented at all levels of decision-making worldwide. According to the latest United Nations data, only 11.3 percent of countries have women heads of state, and 9.8 percent have women heads of government. Representation at ministerial and local levels is higher but nowhere near parity leading to missin

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