‘A Moral Economy’ of Diplomacy: The Case for Moral Diplomacy
The film “A Moral Economics of Diplomatic Action” is about the impact of moral and ethical values on the world, and it’s already been shown in more than two dozen countries.
The film, directed by Anthony Bourdain, is currently available for streaming on Netflix and is a sequel to his 2010 documentary “Cooking for a World Without Pigs,” which focused on the impact on global food security of the adoption of ethical eating habits by many African and Asian countries.
“It’s an important piece of our global diplomacy,” Bourdain told Vice News.
“If you think about it, the world is not as it was before.
People are hungry, climate change is real.
We need to work together and have some really smart, compassionate, honest and effective policymaking.”
Bourdain also spoke about the film’s new Netflix series, “A World Without Pigs.”
In it, he talks about the consequences of the global food crisis that will affect more than 1 billion people by 2050.
“I’ve been in this business long enough to know that when the chips are down, the chips don’t stay down,” Bourdan said.
“You can be part of the solution, or you can be the part of it that fails.”
Watch the trailer for “Amor: A Moral Economy of Diplomatry” here: