Justice and the World Economy (2000-2003)


The Justice and the World Economy program provided resources and an inter-professional and interdisciplinary forum for discussions concerning the justice of global institutional arrangements.

AUG 2, 2005 Article

African States, Aggressive Multilateralism And The WTO Dispute Settlement System

What accounts for the underutilization of the WTO dispute settlement process by states in Africa? What structural factors currently inhibit the ability of states in ...

JUL 6, 2004 Article

The Role of Reparations in Transition to Democracy

Much attention is paid to prosecutions implemented by countries transitioning to democracy--but little to their efforts toward reparations. Yet from the standpoint of the victims, ...

In the Shadow of Just Wars by Rony Brauman

APR 12, 2004 Transcript

Politics and Humanitarianism

Brauman insists that the goals of peace processes should not be mingled with the goals of humanitarian aid.

MAR 23, 2004 Article

Responsibility and Global Labor Justice

Who should take responsibility for the global labor injustices that are manifested in the existence of sweatshops in the apparel industry? And, what is the ...

DEC 3, 2003 Article

The First Millennium Development Goal

The first MDG and its public celebration among the affluent hides the largest (though not the gravest) crime against humanity ever committed, argues Thomas Pogge ...

SEP 9, 2003 Article

Privatization and GATS: A Threat to Development?

Over a billion people currently lack access to safe water and other basic services. Should these services be privatized? Will the ...

MAY 29, 2003 Article

Feasible Additional Sources of Finance for Development

The conference considers possibilities of additional sources of finance either for disposition through multilateral agencies or bilateral aid for global priorities, or as additional own ...

APR 28, 2003 Transcript

Drilling to Democracy--or Despotism? Conversation with Carnegie Council Fellow Keith Slack

Carnegie Fellow Keith Slack discusses Iraq using its oil wealth to sustain prosperity and democracy.  But there are reasons to proceed with caution: ...

FEB 6, 2003 Article

Beyond Reports and Promises: Enforcing Universally Accepted Human Rights Standards in the Global Economy

Collingsworth describes the problems of human rights enforcement with respect to corporations conducting business abroad through a detailed description of the operations of the Unocal ...

DEC 9, 2002 Article

Access to Basic Social Services: Human Rights that Make Excellent Economic Sense

Paper presented at the workshop on Social Policy Principles and The Social Development Agenda, Pocantico Conference Center of the Rockefeller Brothers Fund, December 3-5, 1999