February 16, 2017
Carnegie Council's quarterly journal Ethics & International Affairs is pleased to present a special collection of "Editors' Picks" from its 30th Anniversary Volume. The 2016 volume included essays and articles that help close the gap between theory and practice on a diverse array of topics, including drones, immigration, gender, and climate change.
This collection features contributions from such senior figures as Amitai Etzioni, David Miller, and Richard Ned Lebow as well as leading younger scholars.
The editors welcome you to explore these selections online—available free for a limited time—at www.cambridge.org/EIApicks.
Defining Down Sovereignty: The Rights and Responsibilities of Nations (30.1)
Democracies and the Power to Revoke Citizenship (30.1)
Patti Tamara Lenard
Robots and Respect: Assessing the Case Against Autonomous Weapon Systems (30.1)
Hans Morgenthau and The Purpose of American Politics (30.1)
Richard Ned Lebow
The Possibilities and Pitfalls of Humanitarian Drones (30.2)
John R. Emery
Democracy, Exile, and Revocation (30.2)
Swedish Feminist Foreign Policy in the Making: Ethics, Politics, and Gender (30.3)
Karin Aggestam and Annika Bergman-Rosamond
Climate Contributions and the Paris Agreement: Fairness and Equity in a Bottom-Up Architecture (30.3)
Ending Statelessness through Belonging: A Transformative Agenda? (30.4)
Kristy A. Belton
Trials as Messages of Justice: What Should Be Expected of International Criminal Courts? (30.4)
Tim Meijers and Marlies Glasius
The Council's premier publication, Ethics & International Affairs (EIA) is a quarterly peer-reviewed journal noted for its distinct focus on ethics, attention to both long-standing and immediate issues, and its ability to attract both senior scholars and new voices. Founded in 1987, EIA started as an in-house annual publication. By 2005 it was a quarterly peer-reviewed journal, and in 2010 it announced its publishing partnership with Cambridge University Press, the leader in international affairs academic publications.