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- Ethics & International Affairs Volume 34.3 (Fall 2020)
At the core of this issue is a collection of essays organized and guest-edited by Margaret P. Karns called "The United Nations at Seventy-Five: Looking Back to Look Forward." The collection contains contributions from David Malone and Adam Day; Ellen J. Ravndal; Ramesh Thakur; Susanna P. Campbell; Devaki Jain; Bertrand Ramcharan; Maria Ivanova; Karns, Kirsten Haack, and Jean-Pierre Murray; and Sophie Harman.
- Ethics & International Affairs Volume 34.2 (Summer 2020)
The highlight of the Summer 2020 issue of "Ethics & International Affairs" is a roundtable organized by Daniel R. Brunstetter on limited strikes and the associated ethical, legal, and strategic concerns. The collection contains contributions from Daniel R. Brunstetter, Wendy Pearlman, Jean-Baptiste Jeangène Vilmer, Danielle L. Lupton, and Eric A. Heinze and Rhiannon Neilsen.
- Ethics & International Affairs Volume 34.1 (Spring 2020)
The highlight of the Spring 2020 issue of "Ethics & International Affairs" issue is a roundtable organized by Alex J. Bellamy entitled "World Peace (And How We Can Achieve It)." The collection considers how states and societies can build and sustain peace, with contributions from Bellamy, Pamina Firchow, Nils Petter Gleditsch, A. C. Grayling, and Jacqui True.
- Ethics & International Affairs Volume 33.4 (Winter 2019)
The centerpiece of the Winter 2019 issue of "Ethics & International Affairs" is a symposium entitled "Just War and Unjust Soldiers," with a lead article by Scott D. Sagan and Benjamin A. Valentino on American public opinion regarding the moral equality of combatants; responses by Michael Walzer, Jeff McMahan, and Robert O. Keohane; and a rejoinder by Sagan and Valentino.
- Ethics & International Affairs Volume 33.3 (Fall 2019)
The highlight of the Fall 2019 issue of "Ethics & International Affairs" is a roundtable on "Economic Sanctions and Their Consequences." Other topics include human rights and conflict resolution, Afghan attitudes toward civilian wartime harm, the role of supererogation on the battlefield, and the ethics of not-so-civil resistance.
- Ethics & International Affairs Volume 33.2 (Summer 2019)
This issue features a roundtable on artificial intelligence and the future of global affairs. It also contains essays about the Hague Convention on Intercountry Adoption; the ethics of the "pluriverse;" diversity and hierarchy in international politics; and much more.
- Ethics & International Affairs Volume 33.1 (Spring 2019)
This issue features a roundtable examining how states and other actors balance legal norms, moral values, and national interests in various policy areas. It also contains an essay on being human in an age of artificial intelligence; a review essay taking a philosophical look at inequalities; and much more.
- Ethics & International Affairs Volume 32.4 (Winter 2018)
The centerpiece of this issue is a roundtable organized by Duncan B. Hollis and Tim Maurer on competing normative visions for cyberspace, with contributions from Ronald J. Deibert, Daniel J. Weitzner, Duncan B. Hollis and Jens David Ohlin, and Martha Finnemore. Additionally, the issue contains an essay by Ş. İlgü Özler taking stock of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights on the 70th anniversary of its adoption; a feature by Bolarinwa Adediran assessing proposals to restrain the use of the veto at the UN Security Council; review essays by Anne Peters on international law and Micheline Ishay on human rights; and book reviews by Richard Beardsworth, Rory Cox, Christopher J. Finlay, Avery Kolers, and Michael Skerker.
- Ethics & International Affairs Volume 32.3 (Fall 2018)
The centerpiece of this issue is a roundtable guest-edited by James Pattison on the ethics of overlooked alternatives to war, with contributions from Alex J. Bellamy, Corneliu Bjola, Cécile Fabre, Michael L. Gross, and James Pattison. Additionally, the issue contains an essay by Ian Hurd on the empire of international legalism; a feature by Alejandra Mancilla evaluating the moral force of territorial claims in Antarctica; a review essay by George DeMartino on sensible globalization in an illiberal era; and book reviews by Eleanor Gordon, Marcus Carlsen Häggrot, Shadi Mokhtari, and Serena Parekh.
- Ethics & International Affairs Volume 32.2 (Summer 2018)
This issue features Lea Ypi on the importance of social class in debates about migration; Jennifer L. Tobin on international investment agreements and "regulatory chill'"; Cristina Cielo and Lisset Coba on the intersection of gender and disease in extractive economies; Gregory M. Reichberg and Henrik Syse on the ethics of threats in international relations; Alasia Nuti on the structural injustices that characterize temporary labor migration within the EU; Cian O'Driscoll on contemporary just war thinking; and Emma S. Norman on a global water ethic.
- Ethics & International Affairs Volume 32.1 (Spring 2018)
The heart of this Special Issue is a roundtable on the theme of "Rising Powers and the International Order," with contributions from G. John Ikenberry, Shiping Tang, Anne L. Clunan, Deepa M. Ollapally, Ole Wæver, and Andrew Hurrell. Each essay in the collection examines the future of the global order from the perspective of one or more major rising powers, as well as the EU and the United States. The issue also contains an essay on golden visas and the marketization of citizenship by Ayelet Shachar; a review essay on eliminating corruption by Gillian Brock; and book reviews from Kevin Macnish, Colleen Murphy, Brigit Toebes, and Steven Vanderheiden.
- Ethics & International Affairs, Volume 31.4 (Winter 2017)
This issue contains essays by Jonathan D. Caverley on how to slow the proliferation of major conventional weapons and Janos Pasztor on why international governance of geoengineering is so desperately needed; a roundtable on the overlapping relationship between the laws and the ethics of war, with contributions from David Luban, Valerie Morkevicius, James Turner Johnson, and Edward Barrett; a feature by Christopher J. Preston comparing the relative moral culpability of a carbon emitter to that of a benevolent climate engineer, with responses from Holly Lawford-Smith, Sikina Jinnah and Douglas Bushey, and Mike Hulme; and book reviews.
- Ethics & International Affairs, Volume 31.3 (Fall 2017)
This issue features Amartya Sen on the foundations of global justice; Amitav Acharya on the multiplex world order; Jamie Gaskarth on rising powers and their conceptions of responsibility; Laura Hartman on the "playing God" critique of climate engineering; Aidan Hehir on improving the responsibility to protect through legal reform; Chris Brown on global poverty alleviation; James Turner Johnson on the ethics of insurgency; and reviews.
- Ethics & International Affairs, Volume 31.2 (Summer 2017)
This issue contains a special section on legitimate authority, war, and the ethics of rebellion, with contributions from Christopher J. Finlay, Jonathan Parry, and Pål Wrange; essays by Yvonne Terlingen on reforming the UN secretary-general selection process and by Celia Medrano on de facto refugees in the Northern Triangle of Central America; a feature by Lior Erez on motivating soldiers to fight in cosmopolitan wars; a review essay on international security norms by Denise Garcia; and book reviews by Don Scheid and Jochen Prantl.
- Ethics & International Affairs, Volume 31.1 (Spring 2017)
This issue includes essays by Michael Ignatieff on human rights and the ordinary virtues; Kristy A. Belton on the prospect of ending statelessness in the Americas, the second of a two-part series; and Carmen Gómez Martín on the problematic nature of refugee camps as de facto long-term solutions. It also contains two features, one by Dan Bulley and the other by Alise Coen, presenting differing views on the relationship between the Responsibility to Protect (RtoP) and the refugee protection regime, with a brief introduction by Jason Ralph and James Souter; a review essay on immigration ethics by Linda Bosniak; and book reviews by Andrew Altman, Andrew Hurrell, and William Gochberg.
- Table of Contents and Excerpt from Ethics & International Affairs Volume 30.4 (Winter 2016)
This issue includes an essay by Kristy A. Belton on the UN Refugee Agency's global #IBelong Campaign to eradicate statelessness, the first of a two-part series; a feature by Tim Meijers and Marlies Glasius on the expressivist potential of international criminal courts; a book symposium on Allen Buchanan's The Heart of Human Rights, featuring essays by Pietro Maffettone, David Miller, Andrea Sangiovanni, Jesse Tomalty, Lorenzo Zucca, and a response from Allen Buchanan; a review essay by Jennifer C. Rubenstein on the lessons of effective altruism; and book reviews by John Keane, Ruben Reike, Gernot Wagner, Shelley Wilcox, and Kristen P. Williams.
- Table of Contents and Excerpt from Ethics & International Affairs Volume 30.3 (Fall 2016)
This issue includes essays by Nicholas Chan on the bottom-up architecture of the Paris climate change agreement, Jens Bartelson on the history of recognition, and Karin Aggestam and Annika Bergman-Rosamond on Swedish feminist foreign policy; features by Luke Glanville on self-interest and the distant vulnerable, and by Silje Aambø Langvatn on the use of public reason in international courts; a review essay by James K. Galbraith on ethics and inequality; a response by Ryan Jenkins and Duncan Purves to Robert Sparrow's article on autonomous weapon systems (EIA 30.1), with a rejoinder by Robert Sparrow; and book reviews by Michael C. Williams and Jonathan Morduch.
- Table of Contents and Excerpt from Ethics & International Affairs Volume 30.2 (Summer 2016)
This issue includes an essay by John R. Emery on the humanitarian applications of drones; a roundtable on the role of human rights in the UN's post-2015 development agenda, with contributions by Malcolm Langford, Sandra Fredman, Jaakko Kuosmanen, Meghan Campbell, Kate Donald, and Sally-Anne Way; features by Jacqueline Best on central bank accountability and Cristina Lafont on the importance of the "human" in human rights; an exchange discussing Patti Tamara Lenard's article on democracies and the power to revoke citizenship (EIA 30.1), with contributions by Elizabeth F. Cohen, Ben Herzog, and David Miller, and with a reply by Patti Tamara Lenard; and book reviews.
- Table of Contents and Excerpt from Ethics & International Affairs, Volume 30.1 (Spring 2016)
This issue includes an essay by Amitai Etzioni on how to define national sovereignty through rights and responsibilities; a roundtable on the relationship between Hans Morgenthau and America, with contributions by Cornelia Navari, Felix Rösch, Hartmut Behr, Christoph Frei, Richard Ned Lebow, and Douglas B. Klusmeyer; features by Patti Tamara Lenard on revocation of citizenship in democracies and by Robert Sparrow on the case against autonomous weapons; a response by Helen Frowe to Daniel Brunstetter and Megan Braun's article on "jus ad vim" (EIA 27.1), with a rejoinder by Daniel Brunstetter; and book reviews by Robert Howse and Jeffrey Mankoff.
- Table of Contents and Excerpt from Ethics & International Affairs Volume 29.4 (Winter 2015)
This issue includes essays by Alexander Betts on the global refugee regime and Andrej Zwitter on big data and international affairs; a roundtable on global governance, featuring contributions by Thomas Weiss and Rorden Wilkinson, Craig Murphy, Catherine Weaver, Susan Park, and Roland Paris; a feature by James Pattison on the ethics of arming rebels; and review essays by Michael Garcia Bochenek on children's rights and Deen Chatterjee on democracy in the global age.
- Table of Contents and Excerpt from Ethics & International Affairs Volume 29.3 (Fall 2015)
This issue includes an essay by Richard Goldstone on global ethical standards for international judges; a book symposium on Michael Blake's "Justice and Foreign Policy," featuring contributions from Anna Stilz, Pablo Gilabert, Simon Caney, and Richard Miller, with a reply from Blake; a feature by Holly Lawford-Smith on ethical consumption and individual obligations; a review essay by David Runciman on democracy in the age of the Internet; and book reviews by Mark Rigstad, Kenneth Rodman, and George Rupp.
- Table of Contents and Excerpt from Ethics & International Affairs Volume 29.2 (Summer 2015)
This issue includes essays by Jim Sleeper on liberal education in illiberal societies and by Rahul Sagar on the ethics of surveillance and disclosure; features by Alex Bellamy on the Responsibility to Protect at ten, Eamon Aloyo on just war theory and the unnecessary category of last resort, and Graham Long on universality and the Sustainable Development Goals; a review essay by Rowan Cruft on human rights law and moral rights; and book reviews by Jack Snyder, Michael Blake, and Dan Bodansky.
- Table of Contents and Excerpt from Ethics & International Affairs Volume 29.1 (Spring 2015)
March 6, 2015
It includes an essay by Shefa Siegel on Liberia, Ebola, and the "Cult of Bankable Projects"; a symposium on imagining a "Drone Accountability Regime," featuring a lead article by Allen Buchanan and Robert O. Keohane, and with responses from Neta C. Crawford, Janina Dill, and David Whetham; features by Richard Beardsworth on moral and political responsibility in world politics and by John Williams on space, drones, and just war; and book reviews.
- Table of Contents and Excerpt from Ethics & International Affairs Volume 28.4 (Winter 2014)
This issue includes an essay by Jacinta O'Hagan and Miwa Hirono on "cultures of humanitarianism" in East Asia; articles by Christopher Kutz on torture, American security policy, and norm death, and Ruben Reike on an international crimes approach to preventing mass atrocities; a book symposium on Mathias Risse's "On Global Justice," featuring contributions from Richard Arneson, Helena de Bres, Anna Stilz, and Risse; and a review essay by Nancy Birdsall on Thomas Piketty's "Capital."
- Table of Contents and Excerpt from Ethics & International Affairs Volume 28.3 (Fall 2014)
This issue features an essay by Mark Osiel on identifying the perpetrators of atrocity crimes; a centennial roundtable on climate change featuring Stephen M. Gardiner, Scott Russell Sanders, Paul Wapner, Clive Hamilton, Clare Palmer, Daniel Mittler, and Thomas E. Lovejoy; a feature article by Christian Enemark on "Drones, Risk, and Perpetual Force"; a review essay by Sir Richard Jolly on global governance; and book reviews.
- Table of Contents and Excerpt from Ethics & International Affairs Volume 28.2 (Summer 2014)
This issue features essays by Roger Berkowitz on "Drones and the Question of 'The Human'" and Alan Sussman on the philosophical foundations of human rights; a special Centennial roundtable on "The Future of Human Rights," featuring Beth A. Simmons, Philip Alston, James W. Nickel, Jack Donnelly, and Andrew Gilmour; a review essay by Jens Bartelson on empire and sovereignty; and book reviews by Dale Jamieson, Tom Bailey, and Simon Cotton.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- Table of Contents and Excerpt from Ethics & International Affairs Volume 27.1 (Spring 2013)
February 14, 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.
- Table of Contents and Excerpt from Ethics & International Affairs Volume 26.4 (Winter 2012)
January 7, 2013
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.
- Table of Contents and Excerpt from Ethics & International Affairs Volume 26.3 (Fall 2012)
January 7, 2013
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.
- Table of Contents and Excerpt from Ethics & International Affairs Volume 26.2 (Summer 2012)
January 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.
- Feature Article from Ethics & International Affairs Volume 26.1 (Spring 2012)
What status do we give a global ethic in a pluralistic world that, as a matter of fact, is composed, ethically speaking, of competing moral universes?
- Ethics & International Affairs Volume 25.4 (Winter 2011)
April 6, 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- Ethics & International Affairs Volume 25.1 (Spring 2011)
April 6, 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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."
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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?
- 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.
- Ethics & International Affairs, Volume 20.2 (Summer 2006)
In this issue, Robert Keohane, Bruce Jones, Ambassador Nirupam Sen, Ambassador Nancy Soderberg, and Steven Lee debate the most pressing threats that face our collective security system and the requisite principles for reform.
- 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.
- 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.
- Ethics & International Affairs, Volume 19.2 (Summer 2005)
Special issue on ethics and the use of force after Iraq.
- 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.
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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.
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