Established in 1914, the Carnegie Council on Ethics and International Affairs was created by the noted philanthropist Andrew Carnegie with the lofty and admirable goal of working towards world peace. Today the Council continues to be a well-known forum for research and education in a number of areas, including ethics and international policy. On their homepage, visitors can learn about some of the many events sponsored by the council, such as panel discussions and international symposia. As might be expected, the publications area is quite strong, and contains links to many full-text pieces. The two primary publications featured here include Ethics & International Affairs and Human Rights Dialogue. A real treat is the access afforded here to the well-known publication, Worldview, which was published from 1958 to 1985. Visitors can read classic articles by Noam Chomsky and Reinhold Niebuhr which originally appeared between the covers of this important publication.