Articles on cross-cultural ethics, immigration, and other international topics
Bold leadership in climate change policy is required now—in the U.S. and abroad.
The Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games not only give athletes with disabilities opportunities to reframe and redefine what is disability, but what is inclusion, and what is access.
Ethically speaking, immigrants who have credible fears of persecution or torture should have a right to a bond hearing in front of an immigration judge and should not be indefinitely detained.
George Floyd's death has led the international development community to grapple with its own history and practices of colonialism, racism, and white-saviorism.
Navigating the controversial debates in immigration ethics through the three lenses: nationalism, cosmopolitanism, and democracy.
President Biden is sidestepping the carbon pricing issue, despite the strong recommendations of most mainstream economists.
The labels we use to refer to different classes of individuals are not merely neutral descriptors but often implicitly come with various associations or value judgments, which can, in turn, frame and influence political debates.
Economics and ethics partner to help make the case for increased immigration.
In reality, the “Remain in Mexico” program is a way for the U.S. government to avoid adjudicating the claims of asylum seekers in the first place and to keep the violations of their basic human rights out of sight and out of mind to the U.S. public.
The ethical basis for politically recognizing someone as a citizen lies simply in the fact that they are already members of our society.