Fall 2019 (Issue 33.3)

| September 2019
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The editors of Ethics & International Affairs are pleased to present the Fall 2019 issue of the journal! This issue features a roundtable on “Economic Sanctions and Their Consequences,” with contributions from Joy Gordon, Idriss Jazairy, and Dursun Peksen. The collection considers the ethics and impact of targeted sanctions, unilateral sanctions, and asset freezes. The issue also contains an essay by Claudia Fuentes-Julio and Raslan Ibrahim on a human rights approach to conflict resolution; peer-reviewed features by Janina Dill  and Neil Renic examining, respectively, Afghan attitudes toward civilian wartime harm and the role of supererogation on the battlefield; a review essay by William Smith on the ethics of not-so-civil resistance; and book reviews by Shuk Ying Chan, Larissa Fast, Antonio Franceschet, Robert Loftis, and Yongjin Zhang.

 

 

ESSAY

A Human Rights Approach to Conflict Resolution
Claudia Fuentes-Julio and Raslan Ibrahim

 

ROUNDTABLE: ECONOMIC SANCTIONS AND THEIR CONSEQUENCES

Introduction
Joy Gordon

Political Effectiveness, Negative Externalities, and the Ethics of Economic Sanctions
Dursun Peksen

Unilateral Economic Sanctions, International Law, and Human Rights
Idriss Jazairy

The Not So Targeted Instrument of Asset Freezes
Joy Gordon

 

FEATURES

Distinction, Necessity, and Proportionality: Afghan Civilians’ Attitudes toward Wartime Harm
Janina Dill

Battlefield Mercy: Unpacking the Nature and Significance of Supererogation in War
Neil Renic

 

REVIEW ESSAY

The Ethics of (Un)Civil Resistance
William Smith

 

REVIEWS

Worldmaking After Empire
Adom Getachew
Review by Shuk Ying Chan

Humanitarian Action and Ethics
Ayesha Ahmad and James Smith, eds.
Review by Larissa Fast

Injustice: Political Theory for the Real World
Michael Goodhart
Review by Antonio Franceshet

Negotiating Peace: A Guide to the Practice, Politics, and Law of International Mediation
Sven M. G. Koopmans
Review by Robert Loftis

China’s Global Identity: Considering the Responsibilities of Great Power
Hoo Tiang Boon
Review by Yongjin Zhang

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