Fall 2017 (Issue 31.3)

| September 8, 2017
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We are pleased to announce the publication of the Fall 2017 issue of Ethics & International Affairs! This issue contains essays by Amartya Sen on the foundations of global justice and Amitav Acharya on the multiplex world order; features by Jamie Gaskarth on rising powers and their conceptions of responsibility, Laura Hartman on the “playing God” critique of climate engineering, and Aidan Hehir on improving the responsibility to protect through legal reform; review essays by Chris Brown on global poverty alleviation and James Turner Johnson on the ethics of insurgency; and book reviews by Claire FinkelsteinJoão NunesCheryl O’Brien, and Michael Zürn.


Please access the abstracts, and full text where noted, below.



Ethics and the Foundation of Global Justice
Amartya Sen

After Liberal Hegemony: The Advent of a Multiplex World Order [Full-Text]
Amitav Acharya


Rising Powers, Responsibility, and International Society
Jamie Gaskarth

Climate Engineering and the Playing God Critique
Laura M. Hartman

“Utopian in the Right Sense”: The Responsibility to Protect and the Logical Necessity of Reform
Aidan Hehir


Poverty Alleviation, Global Justice, and the Real World
Chris Brown

The Ethics of Insurgency
James Turner Johnson

REVIEWS [All Full-Text]

Lawfare: Law as a Weapon of War
Orde F. Kittrie
Review by Claire Finkelstein

Disease Diplomacy: International Norms and Global Health Security
Sara E. Davies, Adam Kamradt-Scott, and Simon Rushton
Review by João Nunes

When Norms Collide: Local Responses to Activism against Female Genital Mutilation and Early Marriage
Karisa Cloward
Review by Cheryl O’Brien

Power Shift: On the New Global Order
Richard Falk
Review by Michael Zürn

Briefly Noted 

To access this Table of Contents on our publisher’s website, click here.

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