Amidst calls for a total ban on ivory, how does society incorporate legal antique and indigenous ivory art into the conversation?
Some countries plan to contest the UN’s ban on trading ivory. But would allowing the sale of legal ivory economically benefit countries, or increase the problem of illegal ivory poaching in dwindling elephant populations?
Why might race-based education be necessary for developing our youth into fully-fledged adults?
What can we do when we are in no position to judge?
What might be the moral implications of our notation choices in academic research? Could the ongoing debate over footnotes or endnotes be a moral debate?
China’s decision to permit the sale of rhino horns and tiger bones is controversial – but it’s more than an ecological crisis. It’s also about traditional medicine and preserving a culture.
What are the broader implications of increasing taxes on private universities’ endowments?
Observers have been quick to note the disparity between the world’s reactions to suicide bombings in Ankara and last year’s Paris terror attacks.