Human Rights NGOs: The Power of Persuasion [Abstract]
This essay is about the "curious grapevine," an extraordinary tale of how NGOs, through their persuasion, have made human rights a major item in international discourse in the media, state chancellories, and international institutions.
Author(s): William Korey
Distributive Justice and International Trade [Abstract]
This essay examines the structure of the international trade regime. Following John Rawls, it asserts that "justice is the first virtue of social institutions." This leads to the question: Is the trade regime just?
Author(s): Ethan B. Kapstein
The Global Gamble on Financial Liberalization: Reflections on Capital Mobility, National Autonomy, and Social Justice [Abstract]
Eichengreen gives an overview of the connections between financial globalization, domestic autonomy, and social justice.
Author(s): Barry Eichengreen