Ethics & International Affairs Volume 26.2 (Summer 2012):

Jan 7, 2013

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.

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