The Quarterly

Published quarterly by Carnegie Council and Cambridge University Press, the aim of Ethics & International Affairs (EIA) is to help close the gap between theory and practice (and between theorists and practitioners). The journal publishes original articles, essays, and book reviews that integrate rigorous thinking about principles of justice and morality into discussions of practical dilemmas related to current policy developments, global institutional arrangements, and the conduct of important international actors.

Scholarship in EIA connects discussions originating in philosophy, religion, and the social sciences with such interests and concerns as the function and design of international organizations and institutions of accountability; arrangements governing trade and the global economy; as well as issues of human rights, the environment, emerging technologies, global public health, and the use of force.

Online Exclusives

In addition to the quarterly journal, EIA publishes “Online Exclusives,” website-only (ethicsandinternationalaffairs.org) exclusive content, including essays, interviews, and roundtables that cover pressing global issues of the moment. These timely pieces allow the EIA community to engage with and explore global events as they unfold, centering ethics in conversations about evolving armed conflicts, emerging global health concerns, dynamic social movements, and more.


Joel Rosenthal, Editor in Chief
Adam Read-Brown, Editor
Priya Chokshi, Associate Editor
Drew Thompson, Editorial Fellow
Jana Weinstein, Copy Editor


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Editorial Board

  • Christian Barry
    Australian National University, Australia
  • Alex J. Bellamy
    University of Queensland, Australia
  • Daniel Brunstetter
    University of California, Irvine, USA
  • Allen Buchanan
    Duke University, USA
  • Deen K. Chatterjee
    University of Utah, USA
  • Robyn Eckersley
    University of Melbourne, Australia
  • Toni Erskine
    The Australian National University, Australia
  • Joy Gordon
    Loyola University of Chicago, USA
  • Nikolas Gvosdev
    U.S. Naval War College, USA
  • Ian Hurd
    Northwestern University, USA
  • Anthony F. Lang, Jr.
    University of St. Andrews, Scotland
  • David Luban
    Georgetown University Law Center, USA
  • Darrel Moellendorf
    Goethe University Frankfurt, Germany
  • Valerie Morkevičius
    Colgate University, USA
  • David Rodin
    Oxford University, UK
  • Jennifer Rubenstein
    University of Virginia, USA
  • Henry Shue
    Oxford University, UK
  • Anna Stilz
    Princeton University, USA
  • Jennifer Welsh
    Oxford University, UK
  • Leif Wenar
    King’s College London, UK