Fall 2010 (Issue 24.3)

TABLE OF CONTENTS

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.

 

ESSAY

Just War, Jihad, and the Study of Comparative Ethics [Full Text]
John Kelsay

FEATURES

The Ethical Implications of Sea-Level Rise Due to Climate Change
Sujatha Byravan and Sudhir Chella Rajan

Kicking Bodies and Damning Souls: The Danger of Harming “Innocent” Individuals While Punishing “Delinquent” States
Toni Erskine

Reviving Nuclear Ethics: A Renewed Research Agenda for the Twenty-First Century
Thomas E. Doyle

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE

How to Punish Collective Agents: Non-Compliance with Moral Duties by States (Response to Toni Erskine)
Anne Schwenkenbecher

REVIEW ESSAYS

On Amartya Sen and “The Idea of Justice” [Full Text]
Chris Brown

The Commitments of Cosmopolitanism
Rekha Nath

BOOK REVIEWS [Full Text]

United Nations Justice: Legal and Judicial Reform in Governance Operations
Calin Trenkov-Wermuth
Scott N. Carlson

New Perspectives on Liberal Peacebuilding
Edited by Edward Newman, Roland Paris, and Oliver P. Richmond
Andrea Kathryn Taletnino

Carl Schmitt and the Politics of Hostility, Violence and Terror
Gabriella Slomp
Elizabeth Frazer

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