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Cameron, Litvinenko, and Ethical Dilemmas

Cameron, Litvinenko, and Ethical Dilemmas

| January 22, 2016
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NICK GVOSDEV

A British citizen was murdered by the agents of a foreign power at the probable behest of that country’s leader. What should British Prime Minister David Cameron do in response?

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Revisiting the Management of Pluralism

| January 12, 2016
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The recent migration surge into Europe and the United States raises profound questions of demographic and cultural pluralism.






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Global Governance and Keystone States

| January 6, 2016
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Critical challenges—environmental collapse, proliferation of weapons of mass destruction, terrorism and crime, and state collapse—pose existential questions to the continued existence of nation-states.






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The Ethics of Arming Rebels and U.S. Policy—A Clash?

| January 5, 2016
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Having encouraged rebels to continue to fight by providing weapons and financial support, do sponsors have the duty to ensure their side can actually win and take power?






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Duties Owed: Does the International Trump the National Community?

| December 30, 2015
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If particular states are asked to assume burdens “for the good of all,” what claim to be compensated does that state have in return?






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Is There an “International Community”?

| December 23, 2015
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We hear the term “international community” so often that it becomes part of the background noise of political statements, but it may help to revisit the term and what it implies.






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Upcoming Conferences of Interest 2015-2016

| December 16, 2015
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These are some upcoming conferences the editors believe readers of the journal may be interested in attending.






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Cosmopolitan Sentiment and Membership (Citizenship) in the Demos

| December 10, 2015
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Striking a sustainable balance between the needs of the demos and the desire to be cosmopolitan will be the defining political debate of the coming year.






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