1. How, according to Ignatieff, is the conversation about global ethics different today—as opposed to the old days of colonialism and decolonization?
2. Why does Ignatieff think that the idea of a global ethic (in the singular) is as “old as philosophy itself?”
3. How does Ignatieff propose that we deal with the conflict among religious traditions?
4. Explain concrete problems that arise when a focus on national priorities conflicts with universal or global ethical concerns.
5. What does Ignatieff think will happen as defenders of the particular claims of nations and religions encounter one another in the global arena?

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