Winter 2013 (Issue 27.4)

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This issue features an essay by David Scheffer on curbing corporate tax avoidance; a roundtable on the ethics of rebellion, with contributions from James Turner Johnson, John Kelsay, Nigel Biggar, and Valerie Morkevicius; feature articles by Chris Armstrong on sovereign wealth funds and global justice and Margaret Moore on rights to land, expulsions, and corrective justice; a review essay by Edward Skidelsky on money, markets, and morality; and book reviews by Stephen M. Walt, Paul WapnerRichard Shapcott, and Hugo Slim.


ESSAY

The Ethical Imperative of Curbing Corporate Tax Avoidance
David Scheffer

ROUNDTABLE: THE ETHICS OF REBELLION

Ad Fontes: The Question of Rebellion and Moral Tradition on the Use of Force [Full text]
James Turner Johnson

Muslim Discourse on Rebellion
John Kelsay

Christian Just War Reasoning and Two Cases of Rebellion: Ireland 1916–1921 and Syria 2011–Present
Nigel Biggar

Why We Need a Just Rebellion Theory
Valerie Morkevicius

FEATURES

Sovereign Wealth Funds and Global Justice
Chris Armstrong

On Rights to Land, Expulsions, and Corrective Justice
Margaret Moore

REVIEW ESSAY

The Touch of Midas: Money, Markets, and Morality
Edward Skidelsky

REVIEWS [Full text]

Special Responsibilities: Global Problems and American Power
Mlada Bukovansky, Ian Clark, Robyn Eckersley, Richard Price, Christian
Reus-Smit, and Nicholas Wheeler
Review by Stephen M. Walt

A Perfect Moral Storm: The Ethical Tragedy of Climate Change
Stephen M. Gardiner
Review by Paul Wapner

Recovering International Relations: The Promise of Sustainable Critique
Daniel J. Levine
Review by Richard Shapcott

On Complicity and Compromise
Chiara Lepora and Robert E. Goodin
Review by Hugo Slim

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