Ethics & International Affairs, Volume 22.1 (Spring 2008)

Ethics & International Affairs, Volume 22.1

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. 

It also includes book reviews and a new section, "Briefly Noted," which covers recent books in the field of international relations.        

Ethics & International Affairs, Volume 22.1 (Spring 2008)

Special Report (supported by a grant from the Alfred and Jane Ross Foundation)

Essays

Features (Peer-Reviewed)

Book Reviews

Briefly Noted