Spring 2020 (34.1)

| March 24, 2020
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The editors of Ethics & International Affairs are pleased to present the Spring 2020 issue of the journal! The highlight of this issue is a roundtable organized by Alex J. Bellamy entitled “World Peace (And How We Can Achieve It).”  The collection considers how states and societies can build and sustain peace, with contributions from Alex J. Bellamy, Pamina Firchow, Nils Petter Gleditsch, A. C. Grayling, and Jacqui True. Additionally, the issue includes essays by Luke Glanville on the global refugee crisis and denial of hospitality; Mathias Risse on Pompeo’s Commission on Unalienable Rights and its framing of human rights; and Julia Gray on the life spans of international organizations. It also contains a review essay by Adam Henschke on whistleblowing, and book reviews by Clair Apodaca, Raslan Ibrahim, and John Mueller.




Hypocritical Inhospitality: The Global Refugee Crisis in the Light of History
Luke Glanville

On American Values, Unalienable Rights, and Human Rights: Some Reflections on the Pompeo Commission
Mathias Risse

Life, Death, Inertia, Change: The Hidden Lives of International Organizations
Julia Gray



Introduction: Taking World Peace Seriously
Alex J. Bellamy

Thinking About World Peace
Alex J. Bellamy

World Peace Is Local Peace
Pamina Firchow

Toward a Social-Democratic Peace?
Nils Petter Gleditsch

Toward Peace
A. C. Grayling

Continuums of Violence and Peace: A Feminist Perspective
Jacqui True



Why Would I Be a Whistleblower?
Adam Henschke



Rescuing Human Rights: A Radically Moderate Approach
Hurst Hannum
Review by Clair Apodaca

Towards a Westphalia for the Middle East
Patrick Milton, Michael Axworthy, and Brendan Simms
Review by Raslan Ibrahim

Clear and Present Safety: The World Has Never Been Better and Why That Matters to Americans
Michael A. Cohen and Micah Zenko
Review by John Mueller

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