NEW YORK -- Military historian and novelist Caleb Carr will be at the Carnegie Council on Ethics and International Affairs on Thursday, February 7, 2002 to discuss his latest book, "The Lessons of Terror," a work that examines the history of terrorism as well as the roots of our present crisis.
What does CCEIA stand for?
CCEIA stands for Carnegie Council on Ethics and International Affairs
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- Committee to Coordinate Environmental Health and Related Programs
- Center for Continuing Education in the Health Sciences (Pittsburgh, PA)
- California Council of Electronics Instructors (est. 1958)
- ChildCare Education Institute (online education)
- Connecticut Center for Entrepreneurship & Innovation (University of Connecticut; Storrs, CT)
- Coordinadora Comarcal de l'Esquerra Independentista
- Councils on Chiropractic Education International (accrediting bodies organization)
- Craftmaster Contour Equipment, Inc. (Cresson, TX)
- Crown-Crisp Experiential Index (medical index)
- California Cooperative Education and Internship Association
- Collaborative Centre for Economics of Infectious Disease (University of London)
- Citizens' Coalition for Economic Justice (South Korea)
- Community Coalition for Environmental Justice (Seattle, WA)
- Connecticut Coalition for Environmental Justice (Hartford, CT)
- Conseil Communal Enfance Jeunesse (French: Municipal Children's Youth Council)
- Court of Continuing Exclusive Jurisdiction (various locations)
- Central California Environmental Justice Network
- Coca-Cola East Japan Products Co., Ltd.
- Centre for Continuing Education Kerala (India; est. 1995)
- Classical Combat Eskrima Kali Association (Filipino martial arts; Pittsford, NY)
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The Carnegie Council on Ethics and International Affairs (New York) launched a project in 1998 on "Understanding Values: A Comparative Study of Values in Environmental Policy Making in China, Japan, India, and the United States.
Former president, Carnegie Council on Ethics and International Affairs, New York City.