The Ethics and Public Policy Center is honored to announce the formation of a new Policy Advisory Board made up of several leading thinkers and scholars.
HarperCollins will publish a new book about the end of Pope John Paul II’s life and the beginning of a new era for the Catholic Church by George Weigel, Roman Catholic theologian and author of Witness to Hope: The Biography of John Paul II, which became an international bestseller upon its publication in 1999.
EPPC is pleased to announce that John D. Mueller, an economist with more than 25 years of experience in economic policy and financial-market forecasting, will be directing EPPC’s new program on Economics and Ethics.
The Ethics and Public Policy Center is honored to have the privilege of hosting Anglican Bishop Michael Nazir-Ali, the Bishop of Rochester in the United Kingdom, during his upcoming visit to Washington, D.C. Bishop Nazir-Ali will participate in two conferences at EPPC during his stay.
William P. Burleigh, chairman of the E.W. Scripps Company, has been elected chairman of EPPC’s Board of Directors. William P. Barr and Joseph D. (Nick) Decosimo have joined as new Directors.
EPPC Vice President Michael Cromartie has been nominated for a two-year term on the United States Commission on International Religious Freedom.
The Ethics and Public Policy Center is delighted to announce that Hadley Arkes and Wilfred M. McClay have each accepted a position as Senior Fellow at EPPC.
The Board of Directors of the Ethics and Public Policy Center is pleased to announce the appointment of M. Edward Whelan III as President. Mr. Whelan will join the Center on March 22.
The Ethics and Public Policy Center is launching today a major new magazine on technology, ethics, and American politics. “Stem cells, fuel cells, bio-weapons — these are the issues that will define American life and American politics in the years ahead,” said New Atlantis editor Eric Cohen.
The Board of Directors of the Ethics and Public Policy Center announced today the appointment of Hillel Fradkin to succeed Elliott Abrams as the Center’s president.
The board of the Ethics and Public Policy Center, chaired by Ambassador Jeane Kirkpatrick, congratulates Elliott Abrams on his appointment to the National Security Council as Special Assistant to the President and Senior Director for Democracy, Human Rights, and International Organizations.