Matt Peterson is the managing editor of World Politics Review.
Prior to joining World Politics Review, he worked as a fellow in Yale University's Global Justice Program.
Peterson has also worked at the Center for Applied Philosophy and Public Ethics in Canberra, Carnegie Council in New York, and the British Parliament as an intern.
He has a B.A. from Tufts University and an M.S. from the London School of Economics.
- Anna Stilz on Occupancy Rights
- Arash Abizadeh on Immigration
- Kim Ferzan on Preventive Justice
- Corey Brettschneider on Hate Speech
- Jon Quong on Self-Defense
- Garrett Cullity on Climate Change
- Law Professor Stuart Green on Property Law
- Prakash Sethi on Apple's Labor Standards
- Seth Lazar on Self-Defense in War
- Microinequalities Inflicted on Women
- Public Ethics Radio: Joy Gordon on Iraq Sanctions
- Public Ethics Radio: Matthew Rimmer on Intellectual Property and Clean Technology
- Public Ethics Radio: Sarah Holcombe on Indigenous Intellectual Property Rights
- Public Ethics Radio: Anne Phillips on Ownership and the Body
- Public Ethics Radio: Christopher Heath Wellman on Immigration and Citizenship
- Hilary Charlesworth on Bills of Rights
- Michael Selgelid on Infectious Diseases
- Public Ethics Radio: David Singh Grewal on Network Power
- Public Ethics Radio: Jeff McMahan on Proportionality
- Public Ethics Radio: Discretionary Time
- Public Ethics Radio: Larry Temkin on Extending Human Lifespans
- Public Ethics Radio: Larry May on Habeas Corpus
- Public Ethics Radio: Leif Wenar on the Resource Curse
- Public Ethics Radio: Jessica Wolfendale on Torture Lite
- Public Ethics Radio: Thomas Pogge on Pharmaceutical Innovation
Last Updated: May 29, 2014