Adam Freeman was assistant editor of the Carnegie Council journal, Ethics & International Affairs, from 2007-2009. Currently he is completing a Ph.D at the Department of Politics and International Relations at Oxford University (St Antony's College).
Previously, he graduated with honors from the universities of St. Andrews and Chicago, where he studied international relations with additional focuses on political theory and political economy.
In 2006 he was a research associate at the China-Britain Business Council in London, and has interned at the Times, Guardian, and Express newspapers. His interests connect international organization and global justice.
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- HI-01-01 State Sovereignty and the Ethics of Intervention
- HI-01-02 Images, Empathy, and the Humanitarian Impulse
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- HI-02-01 Somalia: A Failed Intervention?
- HI-03-01 From the Right to Intervene to the Responsibility to Protect
- HI-03-03 Environmental Security and Ecological Intervention
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Last Updated: Jan 20, 2010