Spring 2022 (36.1)

| March 10, 2022
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The editors of Ethics & International Affairs are pleased to present the Spring 2022 issue of the journal! The highlight of this issue is a roundtable organized by Jesse Kirkpatrick on moral injury, trauma, and war, featuring contributions by Jesse Kirkpatrick; Daniel Rothenberg; and David Wood. Additionally, the issue includes feature articles by Yuna Han on the normative questions raised by universal jurisdiction, and by Megan Price on Sri Lanka’s challenge to the standing of international humanitarian law. The issue also contains a review essay by Deen Chatterjee on Amartya Sen’s memoir Home in the World, and book reviews by Mary Dudziak, Michael Struett, and James Ketterer.

 

ROUNDTABLE: MORAL INJURY, TRAUMA, AND WAR

Introduction
Jesse Kirkpatrick and Daniel Rothenberg

The War Is Over but the Moral Pain Continues
David Wood

Moral Injury and the Lived Experience of Political Violence
Daniel Rothenberg

Moral Injury and Revisionist Just War Theory
Jesse Kirkpatrick

 

FEATURES

Should German Courts Prosecute Syrian International Crimes?  Revisiting the “ Dual Foundation” Thesis
Yuna Han

The End Days of the Fourth Eelam War: Sri Lanka’s Denialist Challenge to the Laws of War
Megan Price

 

REVIEW ESSAY

Identity and Shared Humanity: Reflections on Amartya Sen’s Memoir
Deen Chatterjee

 

REVIEWS

Humane: How the United States Abandoned Peace and Reinvented War
Samuel Moyn
Review by Mary L. Dudziak

The “ Third”  United Nations: How a Knowledge Ecology Helps the UN Think
Tatiana Carayannis and Thomas G. Weiss
Review by Michael J. Struett

Delta Democracy: Pathways to Incremental Civic Revolution in Egypt and Beyond
Catherine E. Herrold
Review by James Ketterer

Briefly Noted: Oil Powers: A History of the U.S.– Saudi Alliance
Victor McFarland
Review by Anushka Bose

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