- "Measuring Justice: Primary Goods and Capabilities," Harry Brighouse and Ingrid Robeyns, eds. [Full Text]
In this rich collection, Harry Brighouse and Ingrid Robeyns bring together distinguished philosophers and political theorists to debate the virtues and vices of competing metrics of justice.
- "Protectors of Privacy: Regulating Personal Data in the Global Economy" by Abraham L. Newman [Full Text]
Abraham Newman has written a thoughtful and provocative book about the protection of privacy and how it has evolved in two dramatically different ways in the European Union and the United States over the past 50 years.
- "Moral Dilemmas of Modern War: Torture, Assassination, and Blackmail in an Age of Asymmetric Conflict" by Michael L. Gross [Full Text]
Michael Gross believes that much contemporary warfare is so different from past armed conflicts that many of the old moral and legal prohibitions should no longer apply.
- "International Criminal Law and Philosophy," Larry May and Zachary Hoskins, eds. [Full Text]
"International Criminal Law and Philosophy" raises fundamental questions and examines novel issues in the emerging field of international criminal law. May and Hoskins have provided a valuable contribution to current multidisciplinary debates on the subject.
- "The Evolution of International Security Studies" by Barry Buzan and Lene Hansen [Full Text]
The book contains a recognizable mix of Copenhagen and English School viewpoints, which, according to Ken Booth, means that there is altogether too little about war, and altogether too much about the niceties within constructivist and poststructuralist discourses.