top of page

Theme 9

Ethical Issues in International Relations & Funding

Can we use personal moral standards to evaluate a nation's conduct vis-a-vis other countries? Is it possible to justify war? Can governments be altruistic? Do developed nations have a moral responsibility to contribute to the lesser developed nation's growth? These are some of the questions addressed in this part of the GS IV syllabus.

Ethics and human interface

Theme 1

Ethics & Human
Interface

The first theme of the syllabus serves as an introduction to ethics. In this part, the student has to study the fundamentals of ethics, the major theories, and their application in situations of ethical dilemmas. The questions from this part can range from simple ‘what do you understand’ type to complex ones

Syllabus

Scientific Presentation Skills

Critical Reading

Ethics and human interface

Ethics and human interface

Syllabus

Related Previous Year Questions

Notes

Meaning of Aptitude

Dedication to Public Service

Impartiality and Non-partisanship

Blog Mentoring
Young Minds

Meaning of Aptitude

Dedication to Public Service

Impartiality and Non-partisanship

Blog Mentoring
Young Minds

/4

00

You would also like to learn

LOAD MORE

Learn Case studies

Responding to unethical behaviour

Resistance to Expansion

Compensation Dilemmas

bottom of page