The Global Commonwealth of Citizens: Toward Cosmopolitan Democracy by Daniele Archibugi [Full Text]
This book provides not only an exhaustive treatment of the benefits and drawbacks of cosmopolitan democracy, but also the most detailed statement to date of how some form of cosmopolitan democracy could be realized, writes reviewer Luis Cabrera.
The Least Worst Place: Guantanamo's First 100 Days by Karen Greenberg [Full Text]
The lesson of the first 100 days of Guantanamo is not one of how truth and justice triumphed, but of how efficiently a bureaucratic machine on a war footing circumvented ethical norms and suppressed dissent, writes reviewer Petra Bartosiewicz.
War in an Age of Risk by Christopher Coker [Full Text]
This book adds several new elements to the relation between war and the risk society. They are anxiety, complexity, and the future, writes reviewer Claudia Aradau.