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  • TABLE OF CONTENTS AND EXCERPT FROM ETHICS & INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS VOLUME 28.1 (SPRING 2014)
    This issue features a policy brief by Michael W. Doyle and Joseph E. Stiglitz on eliminating extreme inequality worldwide; essays by Amartya Sen on Buddha as a political thinker and George R. Lucas, Jr. on secrecy, privacy, and Edward Snowden; a special Centennial roundtable on the international rule of law, with contributions from Ian Hurd, David Dyzenhaus, Christian Reus-Smit, Rosa Brooks, and Ruti Teitel; a feature article by Toni Erskine on "Coalitions of the Willing and Responsibilities to Protect"; and book reviews by Alan Wolfe, Andrew A. G. Ross, and George Crowder. Author(s): Michael W. Doyle, Joseph E. Stiglitz
  • TABLE OF CONTENTS AND EXCERPT FROM ETHICS & INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS VOLUME 27.4 (WINTER 2013)
    This issue features an essay by David Scheffer on curbing corporate tax avoidance; a roundtable on the ethics of rebellion, with contributions from James Turner Johnson, John Kelsay, Nigel Biggar, and Valerie Morkevicius; feature articles by Chris Armstrong on sovereign wealth funds and global justice and Margaret Moore on rights to land, expulsions, and corrective justice; a review essay by Edward Skidelsky on money, markets, and morality; and book reviews by Stephen M. Walt, Paul Wapner, Richard Shapcott, and Hugo Slim. Author(s):
  • TABLE OF CONTENTS AND EXCERPT FROM ETHICS & INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS VOLUME 27.3 (FALL 2013)
    This issue features an essay by Richard Schiffman on poverty, food security, and the land grab in Africa; a policy brief by Frances Moore Lappé, Jennifer Clapp, Molly Anderson, Robin Broad, Ellen Messer, Thomas Pogge, and Timothy Wise on why how we count poverty matters; a special centennial roundtable on nonproliferation in the 21st century, with contributions from J. Bryan Hehir, Jacques E. C. Hymans, Nina Tannenwald, and Ward Wilson; a feature article by Campbell Craig and Jan Ruzicka on the nuclear nonproliferation complex; and book reviews by Ralph Steinhardt, Joia S. Mukherjee, and Alyssa R. Bernstein. Author(s): J. Bryan Hehir
  • TABLE OF CONTENTS AND EXCERPT FROM ETHICS & INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS VOLUME 27.2 (SUMMER 2013)
    This issue features an essay by Deen Chatterjee on human rights and the liberal conundrum; a Carnegie Council Centennial special roundtable on international peace, with contributions by David C. Hendrickson, Akira Iriye, Laura Sjoberg, and Andrew Hurrell; a review essay on the Arab Spring by Nader Hashemi; book reviews by Daniel Deudney, Andrew G. Reiter, and Helen M. Kinsella, and a response by Ruti Teitel. Author(s): David C. Hendrickson
  • TABLE OF CONTENTS AND EXCERPT FROM ETHICS & INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS VOLUME 27.1 (SPRING 2013)
    This issue features an essay by Shefa Siegel on the missing ethics of mining; a Carnegie Council Centennial special section on "Just War and Its Critics," with contributions by James Turner Johnson, Cian O’Driscoll, John Kelsay, and Daniel Brunstetter and Megan Braun; and book reviews by Charli Carpenter and Deen K. Chatterjee. Author(s): Shefa Siegel
  • TABLE OF CONTENTS AND EXCERPT FROM ETHICS & INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS VOLUME 26.4 (WINTER 2012)
    This issue features an essay by Oran R. Young on stewardship of the Arctic; a special section on "Safeguarding Fairness in Climate Governance" with articles by Jonathan Pickering, Steve Vanderheiden, Seumas Miller, and David Schlosberg; and book reviews by Patrick Hayden, Henry S. Richardson, Henry Radice, and Ayse Kaya. Author(s): Oran Young
  • TABLE OF CONTENTS AND EXCERPT FROM ETHICS & INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS VOLUME 26.3 (FALL 2012)
    This issue features an essay by Ann Florini on the global governance of energy; articles by Janina Dill and Henry Shue on the undue moralization of war and Ned Dobos on humanitarian intervention and the problem of mediated consequences; review essays by Tom Farer on the history and future of humanitarianism and Oliver Jütersonke on classical realism and international law; and book reviews by Jack Snyder, Andrew Hurrell, Samuel Moyn, and Martti Koskenniemi. Author(s):
  • TABLE OF CONTENTS AND EXCERPT FROM ETHICS & INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS VOLUME 26.2 (SUMMER 2012)
    Guest edited by Thomas Pogge and Luis Cabrera, this issue celebrates the launch of Academics Stand Against Poverty (ASAP), a new initiative that seeks to bring together academics and practitioners from a variety of disciplines to help combat global poverty. The special issue features contributions from Pogge and Cabrera, as well as Simon Caney, Roger Riddell, Martin Kirk, Onora O'Neill, and Keith Horton. Author(s):
  • FEATURE ARTICLE FROM ETHICS & INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS VOLUME 26.1 (SPRING 2012) Author(s): Michael Ignatieff
  • ETHICS & INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS VOLUME 25.4 (WINTER 2011)
    This issue features an essay by Shashi Tharoor on Security Council reform; feature articles by Kirsten Ainley on “excesses of responsibility” in international criminal law and by Daniele Archibugi and David Held on the paths toward cosmopolitan democracy and the agents who may have an interest in bringing it about; a review essay by Stephen Guest on Ronald Dworkin's magnum opus, "Justice for Hedgehogs;" and book reviews. Author(s): Shashi Tharoor, Kirsten Ainley, Daniele Archibugi, David Held, Stephen Guest
  • ETHICS & INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS VOLUME 25.3 (FALL 2011)
    This issue features a special roundtable on Libya and humanitarian intervention; articles on the ambiguous legality of humanitarian intervention, smart sanctions, and drones and just war; and much more. Author(s): Ian Hurd, Joy Gordon, Daniel Brunstetter, Megan Braun, David Rodin, Christian Barry, Nicholas Southwood, James Pattison, Jennifer Welsh, Alex J. Bellamy, James Pattison, Simon Chesterman, Thomas G. Weiss
  • ETHICS & INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS VOLUME 25.2 (SUMMER 2011)
    The summer 2011 issue features a symposium on "The Ethics of America's Afghan War," with a lead article by Richard W. Miller and responses by George R. Lucas, Jr., Jeff McMahan, Darrel Moellendorf, and Fernando Tesón; feature articles by Mary Dowell-Jones and David Kinley on global finance and human rights and John Dryzek on new ways to think about global democratization; and book reviews. Author(s): Mary Dowell-Jones, David Kinley, John S. Dryzek, Richard W. Miller, George R. Lucas, Jr., Darrel Moellendorf, Jeff McMahan, Fernando R. Tesón, David Rodin, Richard W. Miller
  • ETHICS & INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS VOLUME 25.1 (SPRING 2011)
    This issue, the first in EIA's 25th anniversary year, features Allen Buchanan and Robert O. Keohane on supplementing the Security Council; Steve Vanderheiden on globalizing responsibility for climate change; Terry Nardin on middle-ground ethics; Henry Shue on climate change and the leadership vacuum; Leif Wenar on clean trade and natural resources; and book reviews. Author(s): Terry Nardin, Henry Shue, Leif Wenar, Allen Buchanan, Robert O. Keohane, Steve Vanderheiden, Aidan Hehir
  • ETHICS & INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS VOLUME 24.4 (WINTER 2010)
    This issue features Edward C. Luck on the history and future of the responsibility to protect; Robyn Eckersley on the politics of carbon leakage; Meri Koivusalo on common health policy interests and ethical global health outcomes; and Jennifer Welsh on recent books on the responsibility to protect. Author(s): Robyn Eckersley, Meri Koivusalo, Edward C. Luck, Jennifer Welsh
  • ETHICS & INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS VOLUME 24.3 (FALL 2010)
    This issue features John Kelsay on just war, jihad, and comparative ethics; Toni Erskine on punishing delinquent institutions; Thomas E. Doyle, II, on reviving nuclear ethics; Sujatha Byravan and Sudhir Chella Rajan on the ethical implications of sea-level rise due to climate change; Chris Brown on Amartya Sen; and Rekha Nath on recent books on cosmopolitanism. Author(s): Sujatha Byravan, Sudhir Chella Rajan, Toni Erskine, Thomas E. Doyle, Chris Brown, Rekha Nath, John Kelsay, Anne Schwenkenbecher
  • ETHICS & INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS VOLUME 24.2 (SUMMER 2010)
    This issue features Alex Bellamy on the responsibility to protect; Shareen Hertel on NGO advocacy and labor rights; and Leslie Vinjamuri on deterrence and international justice. It also features essays by Sridhar Venkatapuram on global justice and the social determinants of health; and Yvonne Terlingen on UN sanctions of suspected terrorists. Author(s): Sridhar Venkatapuram, Alex J. Bellamy, Shareen Hertel, Leslie Vinjamuri, Yvonne Terlingen
  • ETHICS & INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS VOLUME 24.1 (SPRING 2010)
    This issue features a symposium on global democracy with guest editors Raffaele Marchetti and Terry Macdonald, and articles by Terry Macdonald and Kate Macdonald, Jens Steffek, and John Gastil, Colin J. Lingle, and Eugene P. Deess. It also features an essay, "The Politics of Punishing Terrorists," by Anthony F. Lang, Jr.; a review essay, "Terrorism, Resistance, and the Idea of 'Unlawful Combatancy'," by Christopher J. Finlay; and book reviews.    Author(s): Anthony F. Lang, Jr., Terry Macdonald, Raffaele Marchetti, Kate Macdonald, Terry Macdonald, Jens Steffek, Eugene P. Deess, John Gastil, Colin J. Lingle, Christopher J. Finlay
  • ETHICS & INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS VOLUME 23.4 (WINTER 2009)
    In 2008, the Institute for Advanced Studies and the Carnegie Council held a conference to honor Michael Walzer. This issue features selected papers from the conference; a feature on political reconciliation; a review essay "In Pursuit of Peace;" and book reviews. Author(s): Daniel Philpott, Charles R. Beitz, Michael W. Doyle, Will Kymlicka, Kent J. Kille, Yitzhak Benbaji
  • ETHICS & INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS VOLUME 23.3 (FALL 2009)
    As part of "September is Sustainability Month" at the Council, this issue features Darrel Moellendorf on treaty norms and climate change mitigation; Doris Schroeder and Thomas Pogge on justice and the Convention on Biological Diversity; and Mathias Risse on the the right to relocation for populations of islands that are disappearing because of climate change. Author(s): Daniel E. Esser, Rajan Menon, Darrel Moellendorf, Doris Schroeder, Thomas Pogge, Mathias Risse
  • ETHICS & INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS VOLUME 23.2 (SUMMER 2009)
    This issue features a special section entitled Postwar Justice and the Responsibility to Rebuild, with contributions from Alexandra Gheciu and Jennifer Welsh, Mark Evans, Stefano Recchia, and Dominik Zaum. It also includes an essay on ethical competence in international relations by Mervyn Frost and one on the "global war on terror" by Amy Zalman and Jonathan Clarke. Author(s): Mervyn Frost, Amy Zalman, Jonathan Clarke, Alexandra Gheciu, Jennifer Welsh, Alexandra Gheciu, Jennifer Welsh, Mark Evans, Stefano Recchia, Dominik Zaum
  • ETHICS & INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS VOLUME 23.1 (SPRING 2009)
    This issue features a Roundtable on the idea of a "league" or "concert" of democracies, with contributions from James M. Lindsay, Stephen Schlesinger, Kishore Mahbubani, and Ruth Wedgwood. It also includes an essay on populism and democracy in Latin America by Francisco Panizza and Romina Miorelli, and an article on "the myth of 'Torture Lite'" by Jessica Wolfendale, with a response from David Sussman. Author(s): Jessica Wolfendale, David Sussman, James M. Lindsay, Stephen Schlesinger, Kishore Mahbubani, Ruth Wedgwood, Francisco Panizza, Romina Miorelli, John J. Davenport
  • ETHICS & INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS, VOLUME 22.4 (WINTER 2008)
    This issue features an article on promoting democracy, by Michael Walzer; Henry Farrell and Melissa Schwartzberg discuss norms, minorities, and collective choice online; Michael Goodhart writes about human rights and global democracy; and in a review essay, Elizabeth Cole discusses books on apology, forgiveness and moral repair. Author(s): Michael Walzer, Henry Farrell, Melissa Schwartzberg, Patrick Macklem, Michael Goodhart, Elizabeth A. Cole, Eva Erman, Michael Goodhart
  • ETHICS & INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS, VOLUME 22.3 (FALL 2008)
    This issue includes articles on the morality of immigration, keeping the peace in Africa, horizontal accountability in intergovernmental organizations, business and human rights, and "The Oxford Handbook of International Relations." Author(s): Christian Reus-Smit, Duncan Snidal, Olga Martin-Ortega, Alexandru Grigorescu, Paul D. Williams, Ryan Pevnick, Philip J. Cafaro, Mathias Risse
  • ETHICS & INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS, VOLUME 22.2 (SUMMER 2008)
    This issue features Campbell Craig on the resurgent idea of world government; James Pattison on just war theory and the privatization of military force; a symposium on the rights of irregular migrants, with a lead essay by Joseph Carens and responses from Christina Boswell, David Miller, Bridget Anderson, and Marit Hovdal Moan; and a review essay by Fionnual Ni Aolain on expanding the boundaries of transitional justice. Author(s): Marit Hovdal Moan, Campbell Craig, Bridget Anderson, Joseph H. Carens, David Miller, Christina Boswell, James Pattison, Fionnuala Ní Aoláin, Frances V. Harbour, Kei Hiruta
  • ETHICS & INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS, VOLUME 22.1 (SPRING 2008)
    This issue features a special report on the proposed U.S. missile defenses in Europe by Philip Coyle and Victoria Samson; Mathias Risse on the morality of immigration; Alison M.S. Watson on how children are ignored in peace negotiations; Richard B. Miller on justifications of the Iraq War; William Smith and James Brassett on perspectives on deliberation and global governance; and Whitley Kaufman on torture and the "distributive theory" of self-defense. Author(s): Mathias Risse, Alison M. S. Watson, Philip Coyle, Victoria Samson, Richard B. Miller, William Smith, James Brassett, Whitley Kaufman, Lt. Gen. Henry A. Obering III, Petr B. Romashkin, Pavel S. Zolotarev, Re'em Segev, Uwe Steinhoff
  • ETHICS & INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS, VOLUME 21.4 (WINTER 2007)
    This issue features Tim Hayward on human rights versus emission rights; Richard Vernon on duties towards compatriots; Andrew F. March on Tariq Ramadan; Thomas Diez on Turkey and the EU; Scott Snyder on religious NGOs in North Korea;  Brian Orend on the Just War tradition; and reviews on books of interest. Author(s): Tim Hayward, Richard Vernon, Andrew F. March, Thomas Diez, Scott Snyder, Brian Orend
  • ETHICS & INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS, VOLUME 21.3 (FALL 2007)
    This issue features John W. Dietrich on PEPFAR; Robyn Eckersley on ecological intervention with exclusive online responses by Mathew Humphrey, Simon Dalby, Clare Palmer, and Mark Woods; Nancy Kokaz on poverty and global justice; Lisa Forman on access to medicines; and Alessandra Arcuri on the precautionary principle; plus a variety of book reviews. Author(s): John W. Dietrich, Robyn Eckersley, Nancy Kokaz, Lisa Forman, Alessandra Arcuri, Barbara Crossette, Mathew Humphrey, Simon Dalby, Clare Palmer, Mark Woods
  • ETHICS & INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS, VOLUME 21.2 (SUMMER 2007)
    Yvonne Terlingen of Amnesty International discusses the Human Rights Council; Adam Branch on Uganda and the politics of ICC intervention; Thomas Hurka of the University of Toronto, on liability and just cause; Luis Cabrera of Arizona State University, on global governance and transnational democracy; Anthony Lang, Jr. of the University of St. Andrews, Scotland, on holding states accountable; plus a variety of book reviews. Author(s): Adam Branch, Luis Cabrera, Thomas Hurka, Anthony F. Lang, Jr., Yvonne Terlingen, Marcus A. Roberts
  • ETHICS & INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS, VOLUME 21.1 (SPRING 2007)
    How should governments decide when and how much to borrow? What are the responsibilities of official, multilateral, and private creditors that lend to governments? Who should bear which risks? When debt crises occur, how should they be resolved? This special issue is devoted to matters of ethics and sovereign debt. Author(s): Barry Herman, Sanjay G. Reddy, Jonathan Shafter, Alexander W. Cappelen, Rune Jansen Hagen, Bertil Tungodden, Kunibert Raffer, Elizabeth A. Donnelly, Thomas J. Trebat
  • ETHICS & INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS, VOLUME 20.4 (WINTER 2006)
    With the first segment of the trial of Saddam Hussein almost complete and the second just beginning, there is an opportunity for reflection on questions about how he and other responsible officials of his regime should have been or should be tried. In broad terms, has the trial been fair to the defendants, and will it provide justice for the Iraqi people? Author(s): Miranda Sissons, Kingsley Chiedu Moghalu, Allen Buchanan, Robert O. Keohane, David Mellow, Gerard Øverland, Martin S. Flaherty
  • ETHICS & INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS, VOLUME 20.3 (FALL 2006)
    This issue contains a Special Section on Citizenship and Equality in which Devesh Kapur and John McHale examine the problem of brain drain; Will Kymlicka and Keith Banting argue that ethnic diversity and pro-multiculturalism policies pose no danger to the the welfare state; and James A. Goldston examines the nexus between racial discrimination and citizenship status. This issue also features a symposium on Larry May's important new work on the ethics of war crimes tribunals. The symposium features contributions from David Luban, Jamie Mayerfeld, and Andrew Altman and a response by May. Author(s): Will Kymlicka, Keith Banting, Devesh Kapur, John McHale, James A. Goldston
  • ETHICS & INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS, VOLUME 20.2 (SUMMER 2006) Author(s): Roland Pierik, Mijke S. Houwerzijl, Alex J. Bellamy, Sara L. Zeigler, Gregory G. Gunderson, Jeffrey K. Olick, Lydia Tomitova, David Singh Grewal, Robert O. Keohane, Bruce Jones, Nirupam Sen, Nancy E. Soderberg, Steven P. Lee
  • ETHICS & INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS, VOLUME 20.1 (SPRING 2006)
    Kenneth A. Rodman explains that critics and supporters of the ICC both overstate their cases. In reality, prosecutions will be guided by both political prudence and the rule of law. Political prudence should also play a role in the reform of development aid accountability, argues Leif Wenar. Plus, a special section on justice after war examines issues of lustration, secession, and accountability and global governance in postwar Iraq. Author(s): Richard Caplan, Leif Wenar, Kenneth A. Rodman, Margaret Moore, Joy Gordon, Jens Meierhenrich
  • ETHICS & INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS, VOLUME 19.3 (FALL 2005)
    This issue includes Jeff McMahan on "Just Cause for War;" Whitley Kaufman on "What's Wrong with Preventive War?;" Alison M. Jaggar on "Global Justice for Women;" Paul Wapner and John Willoughby on "The Irony of Environmentalism;" and a review essay by Omar G. Encarnacion on coming to terms with Iraq. Author(s): Jeff McMahan, Whitley Kaufman, Larry May, Alison M. Jaggar, Paul Wapner, John Willoughby, Arun Agrawal, Joanne Bauer, Michael Kremer, Rachel Glennerster
  • ETHICS & INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS, VOLUME 19.2 (SUMMER 2005)
    Special issue on ethics and the use of force after Iraq. Author(s): Fernando R. Tesón, Terry Nardin, Fernando R. Tesón, Alex J. Bellamy, Michael Wesley, Anthony Burke, Jean Bethke Elshtain, Caty Clément, Sebastian Mallaby, Peter Rosenblum, Anthony Burke, Steven P. Lee, Allen Buchanan, Robert O. Keohane
  • ETHICS & INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS, VOLUME 19.1 (SPRING 2005)
    This issue contains a symposium on world poverty and human rights, with Thomas Pogge, Mathias Reese, Alan Patten, Rowan Cruft, Norbert Anwander, and Debra Satz. It also contains articles by Seyla Benhabib and Joames Bohman. Author(s): Thomas Pogge, Seyla Benhabib, Mathias Risse, Alan Patten, Rowan Cruft, Norbert Anwander, Debra Satz, Thomas Pogge, James Bohman, David L. Perry, Frances V. Harbour, Elizabeth R. DeSombre, William T. Barndt, Bill Kissane, Gilles Kepel, Carolyn M. Warner
  • ETHICS & INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS, VOLUME 18.3 (WINTER 2004/2005)
    Whose Sovereignty? Empire Versus International Law (Jean L. Cohen); Interim Imposition (Andrew Arato); Occupation as Liberation: International Law and Regime Change (Simon Chesterman); Toward Establishing a Universal Basic Health Norm (Arnab K. Acharya); Report from South Africa by Anton Harber; review essays; book reviews. Author(s): Jean L. Cohen, Andrew Arato, Simon Chesterman, Arnab K. Acharya, Cemil Aydin, Julian Bourg, Ira Katznelson, Peter Singer, Anton Harber
  • ETHICS & INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS, VOLUME 18.2 (FALL 2004)
    SPECIAL SECTION: Humanitarian Aid and Intervention: The challenges of Integration ---Humanitarianism Sacrificed: Integration's False Promise (Nicolas de Torrente); Upholding Humanitarian Principles in an Effective Integrated Response (Joel R. Charny); An Elusive Quest: Integration in the Response to the Afghan Crisis(Antonio Donini); review essays; book reviews. Author(s): Kunibert Raffer, Ethan B. Kapstein, Catherine Lu, Anthony F. Lang, Jr., Nicolas de Torrenté, Joel R. Charny, Antonio Donini, Joanna Macrae, Arthur E. Dewey, Anita Menghetti, Jeff Drumtra, Larry Minear
  • ETHICS & INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS, VOLUME 18.1 (WINTER 2004)
    Governing the Preventive Use of Force (Allen Buchanan and Robert O. Keohane); The Kyoto Protocol: An Empty Promise? (Stephen M. Gardinar, Elizabeth R. DeSombre); Democratizing Natural Resource-led Development (Keith Slack); SYMPOSIUM: WAR AND SELF-DEFENSE: (David Rodin, Cheyney C. Ryan, Jeff McMahan, David R. Mapel, Fernando R. Tes?n); review essays; book reviews. Author(s): Stephen M. Gardiner, Elizabeth R. DeSombre, Keith Slack, Cheyney C. Ryan, Allen Buchanan, Robert O. Keohane, , Dale Jamieson, David Rodin
  • ETHICS & INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS, VOLUME 17.2 (FALL 2003)
    ROUNDTABLE: "Dealing Justly with Debt" (Ann Pettifor, Jack Boorman, Arturo C. Porzecanski, Thomas I. Palley); SPECIAL SECTION ON THE REVIVAL OF EMPIRE: Jedediah Purdy: "Liberal Empire: Assessing the Arguments"; Pratap Bhanu Mehta: "Empire and Moral Identity"; Jean Bethke Elshtain: "International Justice as Equal Regard and the Use of Force"; Robert Hunter Wade: "The Invisible Hand of the American Empire"; David Singh Grewal: "Network Power and Globalization"; review essays; book reviews. Author(s): Arturo C. Porzecanski, Thomas I. Palley, Ann Pettifor, Jack Boorman, David Campbell, Jedediah Purdy, David Singh Grewal, Robert Hunter Wade, Pratap Bhanu Mehta, Jean Bethke Elshtain, Jeffrey K. Olick, Peter Singer, Thomas Pogge, Leif Wenar
  • ETHICS & INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS, VOLUME 17.1 (SPRING 2003)
    ROUNDTABLE: Evaluating the Preemptive Use of Force (Anthony F. Lang, Jr.; Chris Brown; Michael Byers; Richard K. Betts; Thomas M. Nichols; Neta C. Crawford); DEBATE: Israel's Policy of Targeted Killings (Steven R. David vs. Yael Stein); ARTICLES: Stewart Patrick: Beyond Coalitions of the Willing; Vivien Collingwood: Assistance with Fewer Strings Attached; Ngaire Woods: Holding Intergovernmental Institutions to Account; Sanjay G. Reddy: Developing Just Monetary Arrangements; Joseph H. Carens: Who Should Get in? The Ethics of Immigration Admissions; review essays; book reviews. Author(s): Paul G. Harris, Stewart Patrick, Vivien Collingwood, Ngaire Woods, Sanjay G. Reddy, Joseph H. Carens, Steven R. David, Yael Stein, Steven R. David, Joelle Tanguy, Chris Brown, Michael Byers, Anthony F. Lang, Jr., Richard K. Betts, Thomas M. Nichols, Neta C. Crawford, David C. Hendrickson
  • ETHICS & INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS, VOLUME 16.2 (FALL 2002)
    ROUNDTABLE: The September 11 Effect (Paige Arthur, Nicolas de Torrente, Omar Noman, Sima Wali, Robert L. Bach, James D. Ross); DEBATE: ?Human Rights and the Politics of Victimhood? (Robert Meister vs. Catherine Liu); SPECIAL SECTION ON HEALTH AND GLOBAL JUSTICE: Onora O'Neill: Public Health or Clinical Ethics: Thinking beyond Borders, Daniel Wikler: Personal and Social Responsibility for Health, Christian Barry and Kate Raworth: Access to Medicines and the Rhetoric of Responsibility, Thomas W. Pogge: Responsibilities for Poverty-related Ill Health, and Gopal Sreenivasan: International Justice and Health: A Proposal; REVIEW ESSAYS; BOOK REVIEWS. Author(s): Mira Johri, Christian Barry, Onora O'Neill, Daniel Wikler, Christian Barry, Kate Raworth, Thomas Pogge, Gopal Sreenivasan, Robert Meister, Catherine Lu, Robert Meister, Catherine Lu, Samantha Power, Paige Arthur, Omar Noman, Sima Wali, Robert L. Bach, James D. Ross, Nicolas de Torrenté
  • ETHICS & INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS, VOLUME 16.1 (SPRING 2002)
    ROUNDTABLE: The New War: What Rules Apply? (Richard Falk, Ruth Wedgwood, Fawaz Gerges, George Lopez); DEBATE: Global Poverty Relief (Peter Singer vs. Andrew Kuper); ARTICLES: Douglas Klusmeyer & Astri Suhrke: Comprehending Evil; Brian Orend: Justice after War; Terry Nardin: The Moral Basis for Humanitarian Intervention; Morton Winston: NGO Strategies for Promoting Corporate Social Responsbility; S. Prakash Sethi: Corporate Codes of Conduct and the Success of Globalization; review essays; book reviews. Author(s): Terry Nardin, Brian Orend, Morton Winston, S. Prakash Sethi, Andrew Kuper, Douglas Klusmeyer, Astri Suhrke, Peter Singer, Andrew Kuper, Peter Singer, Anthony F. Lang, Jr., Richard A. Falk, Ruth Wedgwood, William L. Nash, Fawaz A. Gerges, George A. Lopez
  • ETHICS & INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS, VOLUME 15.2 (FALL 2001)
    This issue of our journal went to press before the terrorist attacks of September 11. Nonetheless it raises relevant questions:The notion of "international community": Can it respond to crises? The idea of multiple allegiances, including participation in transnational institutions. The perils of global economic inequality. In addition, this issue explores: The moral obligation to assist people facing the scourge of HIV/AIDS.Contradictions in positions taken by U.S. environmentalists on global warming. Author(s): Daniel Somers Smith, Nancy Birdsall, Daniel M. Weinstock, Toni Erskine, Chris Brown, Rebecca DeWinter, Rebecca E. Wittmann, Catherine Lu, David A. Crocker, Paul G. Harris, Patricia Siplon
  • ETHICS & INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS, VOLUME 15.1 (SPRING 2001)
    ARTICLES: Thomas Pogge: Achieving Democracy; Juan Mendez: National Reconciliation, Transnational Justice, and the International Criminal Court (response by Brad R. Roth); Nina Tannewald, U.S. Arms Control Policy in a Time Warp (response by J. Peter Scoblic); William Hartung: The New Business of War: Small Arms and the Proliferation of Conflict; Alexander Cappelen: The Moral Rationale for International Fiscal Law; Kate Raworth: Measuring Human Rights; REVIEW ESSAYS; BOOK REVIEWS. Author(s): Thomas Pogge, Juan E. Mendez, Brad R. Roth, Nina Tannenwald, J. Peter Scoblic, William Hartung, Alexander W. Cappelen, Kate Raworth, Joseph Lowndes, Julie A. Mertus
  • ETHICS & INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS, VOLUME 14 (2000)
    SPECIAL SECTION: THE MEANING OF KOSOVO: Tony Smith: "Morality and the Use of Force in a Unipolar World: The 'Wilsonian Moment'?"; Richard Caplan: "Humanitarian Intervention: Which Way Forward?"; Martin L. Cook: "'Immaculate War': Constraints on Humanitarian Intervention"; Carl Cavanagh Hodge: "Casual War: NATO's Intervention in Kosovo"; SPECIAL SECTION: JUSTICE AND THE WORLD ECONOMY: Steven Weber: "International Organizations and the Pursuit of Justice in the World Economy"; Mark Zacher: "Globalization, Justice, and International Institutions: A Commentary"; ARTICLES: David Chandler: "Will There Be a Trial for the Khmer Rouge?"'; Cecelia Lynch: "Acting on Belief: Christian Perspectives on Suffering and Violence"; REVIEW ESSAYS; BOOK REVIEWS. Author(s): Tony Smith, Richard Caplan, Martin L. Cook, Carl Cavanagh Hodge, David A. Chandler, Cecelia Lynch, Steven Weber, Mark W. Zacher, Chris Brown, Khaled Abou El Fadl, Alberto R. Coll
  • ETHICS & INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS, VOLUME 13 (1999)
    SPECIAL SECTION: THE HUMANITARIAN IDENTITY CRISIS: Thomas G. Weiss: "Principles, Politics, and Humanitarian Action" (Responses by Cornelio Sommaruga, Joelle Tanguy and Fiona Terry, and David Rieff); SPECIAL SECTION: AMNESTY, JUSTICE, AND RECONCILIATION: David A. Crocker: "Reckoning with Past Wrongs: A Normative Framework"; David Little: "A Different Kind of Justice: Dealing with Human Rights Violations in Transitional Societies"; Susan Dwyer: "Reconciliation for Realists"; Margaret Popkin and Nehal Bhuta: "Latin American Amnesties in Comparative Perspective: Can the Past Be Buried?"; DEBATE: "The Ethics of Economic Sanctions" (Joy Gordon vs. George A. Lopez); ARTICLES: William Korey: "Human Rights NGOs: The Power of Persuasion"; Ethan B. Kapstein: "Distributive Justice and International Trade"; Barry Eichengreen: "The Global Gamble on Financial Liberalization: Reflections on Capital Mobiity, National Autonomy, and Social Justice"; BOOK REVIEWS. Author(s): Thomas G. Weiss, Cornelio Sommaruga, Joelle Tanguy, Fiona Terry, David Rieff, David A. Crocker, David Little, Susan Dwyer, Margaret Popkin, Nehal Bhuta, Joy Gordon, George A. Lopez, William Korey, Ethan B. Kapstein, Barry Eichengreen
  • ETHICS & INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS, VOLUME 12 (1998)
    ARTICLES: Carl Cavanagh Hodge: "Botching the Balkans: Germany's Recognition of Slovenia and Croatia"; Kenneth A. Rodman: "'Think Globally, Punish Locally': Nonstate Actors, Multinational Corporations, and Human Rights Sanctions"; Lyn S. Graybill: "South Africa's Truth and Reconcilation Commission: Ethical and Theological Perspectives"; Michael J. Smith: "Humanitarian Intervention: An Overview of Ethical Issues"; Oliver P. Ramsbotham: "Islam, Christianity, and Forcible Humanitarian Intervention"; Neta C. Crawford: "Postmodern Ethical Conditions and a Critical Response"; Robert E. Goodin: "More Than Anyone Bargained For: Beyond the Welfare Contract"; John Barkdull and Paul G. Harris: "The Land Ethic: A New Philosophy for International Relations"; Mary Maxwell: "Toward a Moral System for World Society: A Reflection on Human Responsibilities"; APPENDIX: "A Universal Declaration of Human Responsibilities"; BOOK REVIEWS. Author(s): Carl Cavanagh Hodge, Kenneth A. Rodman, Lyn S. Graybill, Michael J. Smith, Oliver P. Ramsbotham, Nancy Sherman, Neta C. Crawford, Robert E. Goodin, Mary Maxwell, John Barkdull, Paul G. Harris, Michael J. Smith
  • ETHICS & INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS, VOLUME 11 (1997)
    SPECIAL SECTION: TWENTY YEARS OF MICHAEL WALZER'S Just and Unjust Wars: Michael J. Smith: "Growing Up with Just and Unjust Wars: An Appreciation"; David C. Hendrickson: "In Defense of Realism: A Commentary on Just and Unjust Wars"; Theodore J. Koontz: "Noncombatant Immunity in Michael Walzer's Just and Unjust Wars; Joseph Boyle: "Just and Unjust Wars: Casuistry and the Boundaries of a Moral World"; SPECIAL SECTION: THE POLITICS OF RESCUE: Amir Pasic and Thomas G. Weiss: "Yugoslavia's Wars and the Humanitarian Impulse" (responses by Andrew S. Natsios, Morton Winston, Alain Destexhe, and David R. Mapel); DEBATES: Thomas M. Franck: "Tribe, Nation, World: Self-Identification in the Evolving International System" (response by Will Kymlicka); Roger Ames: "Continuing the Conversation on Chinese Human Rights" (response by Jack Donnelly); ARTICLES: Roger Paden: "Reconstructing Rawls's 'Law of the Peoples'"; Mahmood Moshipouri: "State Prerogatives, Civil Society, and Liberation: The Paradoxes of the Late Twentieth Century in the Third World"; Robert J. Myers: "Hans Morgenthau's Realism and American Foreign Policy"; Wlliam Korey: "The United States and the Genocide Convention: Leading Advocate and Leading Obstacle"; BOOK REVIEWS. Author(s): Michael J. Smith, David C. Hendrickson, Theodore J. Koontz, Joseph Boyle, Michael Walzer, Amir Pasic, Thomas G. Weiss, Andrew S. Natsios, Morton Winston, Alain Destexhe, David R. Mapel, Thomas M. Franck, Will Kymlicka, Roger T. Ames, Jack Donnelly, Roger Paden, Mahmood Monshipouri, Robert J. Myers, William Korey, Terry Nardin
  • ETHICS & INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS, VOLUME 10 (1996)
    ARTICLES: Jeff McMahan: "Intervention and Collective Self-Determination"; Charles W. Kegley, Jr.: "International Peacemaking and Peacekeeping: The Morality of Multilateral Measures"; William F. Felice: "The Case for Collective Human Rights: The Reality of Group Suffering"; Emanuel Adler/Michael N. Barnett: "Governing Anarchy: A Research Agenda for the Study of Security Communities"; Albert C. Pierce: "Just War Principles and Economic Sanctions"; Robert J. Myers: "Notes on the Just War Theory: Whose Justice, Which Wars?"; John Lewis Gaddis: "On Moral Equivalency and Cold War History"; Arthur M. Schlesinger, Jr. : "America and the World: Isolationism Resurgent?"; Zbigniew Brzesinski: "The New Dimensions of Human Rights"; REVIEW ESSAYS; BOOK REVIEWS. Author(s): Jeff McMahan, Charles W. Kegley, Jr., William F. Felice, Emanuel Adler, Michael N. Barnett, Albert C. Pierce, Robert J. Myers, John Lewis Gaddis, Arthur M. Schlesinger, Jr., Zbigniew Brzezinski, Martin L. Cook, Michael J. Green
  • ETHICS & INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS, VOLUME 9 (1995)
    ARTICLES: J. Bryan Hehir: "Intervention: From Theories to Cases"; Pierre Laberge: "Humanitarian Intervention: Three Ethical Positions"; Michael N. Barnett: "The United Nations and Global Security: The Norm Is Mightier Than the Sword"; Brad R. Roth: "Evaluating Democratic Progress: A Normative Theoretical Perspective"; Fernando R. Teson: "The Rawlsian Theory of International Law"; Steven Lee: "Nuclear Proliferation and Nuclear Entitlement"; Frances V. Harbour: "Basic Moral Values: A Shared Core"; Thomas W. Smith: "The Use of Tragedy: Reinhold Niebuhr's Theory of History and International Ethics"; Alberto R. Coll: "Prudent Statesmen: Kissinger, Truman, and Thatcher"; DEBATE: Russell Hardin: "International Deontology" (response by Thomas Donaldson); REVIEW ESSAY; BOOK REVIEWS. Author(s): J. Bryan Hehir, Pierre Laberge, Michael N. Barnett, Brad R. Roth, Fernando R. Tesón, Steven P. Lee, Russell Hardin, Thomas Donaldson, Frances V. Harbour, Thomas W. Smith, Alberto R. Coll, Kristen Renwick Monroe
  • ETHICS & INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS, VOLUME 8 (1994)
    ARTICLES: Thomas G. Weiss: "UN Responses to the Former Yugoslavia: Moral and Operational Choices"; David A. Welch: "Can We Think Systematically about Ethics and Statecraft?"; Cecelia Lynch: "Kant, the Republican Peace, and Moral Guidance in International Law"; Lori Fisler Damrosch: "The Collective Enforcement of International Norms through Economic Sanctions"; Dorothy V. Jones: "The League of Nations Experiment in International Protection"; Jack Donnelly: "Post-Cold War Reflections on the Study of International Human Rights"; William Korey: "Minority Rights after Helsinki"; Mick Moore and Mark Robinson: "Can Foreign Aid Be Used to Promote Good Government in Developing Countries?"; Stephen A. Garrett: "Political Leadership and the Problem of 'Dirty Hands'"; Donald J. Puchala: "The History of the Future of International Relations"; Linda B. Miller: "Millennium Approaches: Previewing the Twenty-first Century"; BOOK REVIEWS. Author(s): Thomas G. Weiss, David A. Welch, Cecelia Lynch, Lori Fisler Damrosch, Dorothy V. Jones, Jack Donnelly, William Korey, Mick Moore, Mark Robinson, Stephen A. Garrett, Donald J. Puchala, Linda B. Miller
  • ETHICS & INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS, VOLUME 7 (1993)
    ARTICLES: David C. Hendrickson: "The Ethics of Collective Security"; Patrick Clawson: "Sanctions as Punishment, Enforcement, and Prelude to Further Action"; Noam J. Zohar: "Boycott, Crime, and Sin: Ethical and Talmudic Responses to Injustice Abroad"; Sohail H. Hashmi: "Is There an Islamic Ethic of Humanitarian Intervention?"; Sanjay Seth: "Political Theory in the Age of Nationalism"; Vladimir Benevolenski and Andrei Kortunov: "Ethics, Integration, and Disintegration: A Russian Perspective"; Allen L. Springer: "International Environmental Law after Rio: The Continuing Search for Equity"; David P. Korsythe: "Choices More Ethical Than Legal: The International Committee of the Red Cross and Human Rights"; Ralph Buultjens: "Behind Clio's Mask: Philosophic History and Its Uses"; David Little: "The Recovery of Liberalism: Moral Man and Immoral Society Sixty Years Later"; Robert B. Westbrook: "An Innocent Abroad? John Dewey and International Politics"; REVIEW ESSAY; BOOK REVIEWS. Author(s): Patrick Clawson, Noam J. Zohar, Sohail H. Hashmi, Sanjay Seth, Vladimir Benevolenski, Andrei Kortunov, Allen L. Springer, David P. Forsythe, Ralph Buultjens, David Little, Robert B. Westbrook, Cathal J. Nolan
  • ETHICS & INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS, VOLUME 6 (1992)
    SPECIAL SECTION: DEMOCRACY AND THE NEW WORLD ORDER: James N. Rosenau: "Normative Challenges in a Turbulent World"; Charles W. Kegley, Jr.: "The New Global Order: The Power of Principle in a Pluralistic World"; James Turner Johnson: "Does Democracy Travel? Some Thoughts on Democracy and Its Cultural Context"; Ralph Buultjens: "The Destiny of Freedom: Political Cycles in the Twentieth Century"; Steve Brinkoetter: "The Role for Ethics in Bush's New World Order"; ARTICLES: Irving Louis Horowitz: "Moral Theory and Political Science: A New Look at the Gap between Foreign and Domestic Affairs"; Jarat Chopra and Thomas G. Weiss: "Sovereignty Is No Longer Sacrosanct: Codifying Humanitarian Intervention"; John Farrenkopf: "Christ and Caesar: Spengler and the Ethical Dimensions of Statecraft"; John Patrick Diggins: "Power and Suspicion: The Perspectives of Reinhold Niebuhr"; Lisa Anderson: "Remaking the Middle East: The Prospects for Democracy and Stability"; REVIEW ESSAY. Author(s): James N. Rosenau, Charles W. Kegley, Jr., James Turner Johnson, Ralph Buultjens, Steve Brinkoetter, Irving Louis Horowitz, Jarat Chopra, Thomas G. Weiss, John Farrenkopf, John Patrick Diggins, Lisa Anderson, Michael J. Smith
  • ETHICS & INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS, VOLUME 5 (1991)
    SPECIAL SECTION: ETHICAL TRADITIONS AND WORLD CHANGE: Terry Nardin: "Moral Renewal: The Lessons of Eastern Europe"; Cho-yun Hsu: "Applying Confucian Ethics to International Relations"; Alberto R. Coll: "Normative Prudence as a Tradition of Statecraft"; John E. Becker: "'The Vision Thing': Charles Taylor against Inarticulacy"; Chris Brown: "Hegel and International Ethics"; ARTICLES: James H. Billington: "The Crisis of Communism and the Future of Freedom"; Charles W. Kegley, Jr.: "The New Containment Myth: Realism and the Anomaly of European Integration"; Greg Russell: "Science, Technology, and Death in the Nuclear Age: Hans J. Morgenthau on Nuclear Ethics"; David A. Crocker: "Insiders and Outsiders in International Development Ethics"; Stephan Haggard, "Markets, Poverty Alleviation, and Income Distribution: An Assessment of Neoliberal Claims"; Thomas G. Weiss and Larry Minear: "Do International Ethics Matter?: Humanitarian Politics in the Sudan"; Jerrold D. Green: "USAID's Democratic Pluralism Initiative: Pragmatism or Altruism?"; Kenneth W. Thompson: "The Decline of International Studies." Author(s): Terry Nardin, Cho-yun Hsu, Alberto R. Coll, John E. (Jack) Becker, Chris Brown, James H. Billington, Charles W. Kegley, Jr., Greg Russell, Robert L. Phillips, David A. Crocker, Stephan Haggard, Thomas G. Weiss, Larry Minear, Jerrold D. Green, Kenneth W. Thompson
  • ETHICS & INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS, VOLUME 4 (1990)
    SPECIAL SECTION ON HUMAN RIGHTS AND DEMOCRATIC VALUES: James Turner Johnson: "Is Democracy an Ethical Standard?"; Steven Lukes: "Marxism and Morality: Reflections on the Revolutions of 1989"; Rhoda E. Howard: "Monitoring Human Rights: Problems of Constituency"; Willaim Korey: "The Helsinki Accord: A Growth Industry"; Merle Goodman: "China's Sprouts of Democracy"; ARTICLES: Robert E. Goodin: "International Ethics and the Environmental Crisis"; Sheldon Annis: "Debt and Wrong-Way Resource Flows in Costa Rica"; Augustus Richard Norton: "Drawing the Line on Opprobrious Violence"; Max Singer: "Moral Standards under Pressure: The Israeli Army and 'Intifada'"; Sissela Bok: "Early Advocates of Lasting World Peace: Utopians or Realists?"; Kenneth W. Thompson: "Peace Studies: Social Movement or Intellectual Discipline?" Author(s): James Turner Johnson, Steven Lukes, Rhoda E. Howard, William Korey, Merle Goldman, Robert E. Goodin, Sheldon Annis, Augustus Richard Norton, Max Singer, Sissela Bok, Kenneth W. Thompson
  • ETHICS & INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS, VOLUME 3 (1989)
    SPECIAL SECTION ON ETHICS AND INTERVENTION: Michael J. Smith: "Ethics and Intervention"; Gregory F. Treverton: "Imposing a Standard: Covert Action and American Democracy"; Charles R. Beitz: "Covert Intervention as a Moral Problem"; William E. Colby: "Public Policy, Secret Action"; Ralph Buultjens: "The Ethics of Excess and Indian Intervention in South Asia"; ARTICLES: Robert O. Keohane: "Closing the Fairness-Practice Gap"; Gary Sick: "Moral Choice and the Iran-Iraq Conflict"; John W. Dower: "Fear and Prejudice in U.S.-Japan Relations"; Thomas Donaldson: "Moral Minimums for Multinationals"; Richard Falk: "Inhibiting Reliance on Biological Weaponry"; Seymour Martin Lipset: "Liberalism, Conservatism, and Americanism"; David P. Calleo: "The American Problem"; Paul E. Sigmund: "Polarization and Legitimacy in Latin America"; John R. Chamberlin: "Ethics and Game Theory"; J. Bryan Hehir: "There's No Deterring the Catholic Bishops"; Robert J. Myers: "The Carnegie Poll on Values and American Foreign Policy"; Kenneth W. Thompson: "The Literature of Decline." Author(s): Michael J. Smith, Gregory F. Treverton, Charles R. Beitz, William E. Colby, Ralph Buultjens, Robert O. Keohane, Gary Sick, John W. Dower, Thomas Donaldson, Richard A. Falk, Seymour Martin Lipset, David P. Calleo, Paul E. Sigmund, John R. Chamberlin, J. Bryan Hehir, Robert J. Myers, Kenneth W. Thompson
  • ETHICS & INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS, VOLUME 2 (1988)
    SPECIAL SECTION: "FAIRNESS" OR SELF-INTEREST? THE COMING ECONOMIC DILEMMA: Robert Gilpin: "Reagan's Ambitious Economic Legacy"; Stephen D. Krasner: "A Trade Strategy for the United States"; Robert Z. Aliber: "Three Scenarios for the World Economy"; Robert L. Heilbroner: "The Coming Meltdown of Traditional Capitalism"; ARTICLES: Chalmers Johnson: "The Japanese Political Economy: A Crisis in Theory"; Denis Worrall: "The Real Struggle in South Africa: An Insider's View"; Brenda Almond: "AIDS and International Ethics"; Humayun Rasheed Choudhury: "United Nations Reforms: Some Reflections"; Charles W. Kegley, Jr.: "Neo-Idealism: A Practical Matter"; Russell F. Sizemore: "The Prudent Cold Warrior"; Terry Nardin: "Reason and Tradition: Recent Literature in Foreign Affairs." Author(s): Robert Gilpin, Stephen D. Krasner, Robert Z. Aliber, Robert L. Heilbroner, Chalmers Johnson, Robert J. Myers, Denis Worrall, Brenda Almond, Humayun Rasheed Choudhury, Charles W. Kegley, Jr., Russell Sizemore
  • ETHICS & INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS, VOLUME 1 (1987)
    SPECIAL SECTION: SUPERPOWER ETHICS: Joseph S. Nye, Jr.: Superpower Ethics: An Introduction; Ali A. Mazrui: A Third World Perspective; Pierre Hassner: Western European Dilemmas: Man, State, and History; Stanley Hoffmann: The Rules of the Game; ARTICLES: Jacques Barzun: Is Democratic Theory for Export?; Peter Bauer: Ethics and the Etiquette of Third World Debt; William O. Beeman: Living with Iran; Alberto R. Coll: Some Christian Reminders for the Statesman; William Korey: Helsinki, Human Rights, and the Gorbachev Style; Friedrich Kratochwil: Norms and Values: Rethinking the Domestic Analogy; Jonathan Luxmoore: Polish Catholicism under Fire; Bruce Nichols: Rubberband Humanitarianism; Robert L. Phillips: Is There an Ethic to NATO? Author(s): Joseph S. Nye, Jr., Ali A. Mazrui, Pierre Hassner, Stanley Hoffmann, Jacques Barzun, Peter Bauer, William O. Beeman, Alberto R. Coll, William Korey, Friedrich Kratochwil, Jonathan Luxmoore, Bruce Nichols, Robert L. Phillips

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