Summer 2019 (Issue 33.2)

| June 2019
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The editors of Ethics & International Affairs are pleased to present the Summer 2019 issue of the journal! The highlight of this issue is a roundtable on “Artificial Intelligence and the Future of Global Affairs,” with contributions from Heather M. Roff, Steven Livingston and Mathias Risse, Jeffrey D. Sachs, Amandeep Singh Gill, Sara E. Davies, and Patrick Lin and Fritz Allhoff. The contributions consider how artificial intelligence will affect human rights, economic development, international security, global health, and the Arctic frontier in the coming decades. The issue also contains an essay by Kimberly Hutchings on the idea of the “pluriverse” and what it means for global ethics, a peer-reviewed feature by Sarah-Vaughan Brakman scrutinizing the ethical underpinnings of the Hague Convention on Intercountry Adoption, a review essay by Inderjeet Parmar on diversity and hierarchy in international politics, and book reviews by Megan BlomfieldRoss Mittiga, Tom Pegram, and Clare Wenham.

 

Access the full issue, compliments of Cambridge University Press, until the end of July 2019.

 

ESSAY

Decolonizing Global Ethics: Thinking with the Pluriverse
Kimberly Hutchings

 

ROUNDTABLE: ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE AND THE FUTURE OF GLOBAL AFFAIRS

Artificial Intelligence: Power to the People
Heather M. Roff

The Future Impact of Artificial Intelligence on Humans and Human Rights
Steven Livingston and Mathias Risse

Some Brief Reflections on Digital Technologies and Economic Development
Jeffrey D. Sachs

Artificial Intelligence and International Security: The Long View
Amandeep Singh Gill

Artificial Intelligence in Global Health
Sara E. Davies

Arctic 2.0: How Artificial Intelligence Can Help Develop a Frontier
Patrick Lin and Fritz Allhoff

 

FEATURE

The Principle of Subsidiarity in the Hague Convention on Intercountry Adoption: A Philosophical Analysis
Sarah-Vaughan Brakman

 

REVIEW ESSAY

Global Power Shifts, Diversity, and Hierarchy in International Politics
Inderjeet Parmar

 

REVIEWS

The Global Climate Regime and Transitional Justice
Sonja Klinsky and Jasmina Brankovic
Review by Megan Blomfield

Trade Justice
James Christensen
Review by Ross Mittiga

A Theory of Global Governance: Authority, Legitimacy, and Contestation
Michael Zürn
Review by Tom Pegram

Global Health Governance in International Society
Jeremy Youde
Review by Clare Wenham

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