Spring 2012 (Issue 26.1)

EIA 26.1 (Spring 2012)

TABLE OF CONTENTS

This issue features a special symposium, “In Search of a Global Ethic,” with a lead article from Michael Ignatieff and responses by Christian BarryNicholas RenggerDavid RodinCheyney Ryan, and Michael Joseph Smith; a roundtable on the political ethics of the ICC with contributions from Antonio FranceschetKenneth A. RodmanBenjamin Schiff, and Michael J. Struett; an essay by Ian Hurd on the International Whaling Commission; a feature by Scott Wisor on the Millenium Development Goals and citizen deliberation; a response by George Lopez on smart sanctions; and book reviews.

SYMPOSIUM: IN SEARCH OF A GLOBAL ETHIC [Full Text]

Editors’ Note

Reimagining a Global Ethic
Michael Ignatieff

Local Priorities, Universal Priorities, and Enabling Harm
Christian Barry

A Global Ethic and the Hybrid Character of the Moral World 
Nicholas Rengger

Toward a Global Ethic 
David Rodin

The Dialogue of Global Ethics 
Cheyney Ryan

A Brief Response to Michael Ignatieff
Michael Joseph Smith

ROUNDTABLE: THE POLITICAL ETHICS OF THE INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL COURT

Introduction
Antonio Franceschet

Why the ICC Should Operate Within Peace Processes
Kenneth A. Rodman

The ICC’s Potential for Doing Bad When Pursuing Good
Benjamin Schiff

Why the International Criminal Court Must Pretend to Ignore Politics
Michael J. Struett

The International Criminal Court’s Provisional Authority to Coerce
Antonio Franceschet

ESSAY

Almost Saving Whales: The Ambiguity of Success at the International Whaling Commission [Full Text]
Ian Hurd 

FEATURE

After the MDGs: Citizen Deliberation and the Post-2015 Development Framework
Scott Wisor

RESPONSE

In Defense of Smart Sanctions: A Response to Joy Gordon
George A. Lopez

REVIEWS

Morality and War: Can War Be Just in the Twenty-First Century?
David Fisher
Review by Michael L. Gross

Terror, Religion, and Liberal Thought
Richard B. Miller
Review by Andrew F. March

The Offensive Internet: Speech, Privacy, and Reputation
Edited by Saul Levmore and Martha Nussbaum
Review by Anita L. Allen

Dilemmas and Connections: Selected Essays
Charles Taylor
Review by William Schweiker