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Political Science 059.02: Ethics and International Relations  

For Prof. Ioannis D. Evrigenis and his students
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This guide was created for Political Science 59-02 for Prof. Ioannis D. Evrigenis and his students.

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Key Resources from this Guide

  • Worldwide Political Science Abstracts.
    Supplies up-to-date research within the political science discipline and its complementary fields, including international relations, law, and public administration/policy and covers over 1000 journals drawn from the international serials literature.
  • Philosopher's Index
    1940 to the present.
    An international index to philosophical journals, books, dissertations, and translations.
    Can be searched with Worldwide Political Science Index, IBSS and PAIS.
  • CIAO (Columbia International Affairs Online).  
    Provides searchable access to the full-text of working papers and conference proceedings from 45 leading research centers in the field of international policy and scholarship. CIAO also provides abstracts from key foreign policy journals, etc.
  • Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs
    Since its inception, the Council has focused on the enduring importance of ethical values in international relations. Then, as now, the Council aspires to be a worldwide "voice for ethics." It provides a nonpartisan, open forum for discussions that go beyond the political efficacy and economic efficiency of policies to questions of values, principles, and moral argument—discussions which might not otherwise take place.

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