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The Saudi-led coalition justified its intervention in Yemen with reference to its “responsibility” to protect the people of Yemen, yet the intervention has put more civilians at risk. Drew Thompson argues that RwP, if it were an established norm, may have led to a different outcome.
Professor Jennifer C. Rubenstein discusses the promises and pitfalls of Effective Altruism, including what she calls the movement’s “hidden curriculum.” Rubenstein’s review essay on this topic appears in the Winter 2016 issue of Ethics & International Affairs.
We are pleased to announce the publication of the fourth issue in EIA’s 30th anniversary volume. The Winter 2016 issue of Ethics & International Affairs is out now and contains the first essay of a two-part series on ending global statelessness; a feature article on the expressivist potential of international courts; a book symposium on Allen Buchanan’s The Heart of Human Rights; a review essay on effective altruism; and a host of book reviews. Access the issue here.
We are pleased to announce the publication of the fourth issue in EIA’s 30th anniversary volume. This issue includes an essay by Kristy A. Belton on the UNHCR’s global #IBelong Campaign to eradicate statelessness, the first of a two-part series; a feature by Tim Meijers and Marlies Glasius on the expressivist potential of international criminal courts; a book symposium on Allen Buchanan‘s The Heart of Human Rights, featuring articles by Pietro Maffettone, David Miller, Andrea Sangiovanni, Jesse Tomalty, Lorenzo Zucca, and a response from Allen Buchanan; a review essay by Jennifer C. Rubenstein on the lessons of effective altruism; and book reviews.
The subject of belonging conjures up a realm of emotions. This essay explores statelessness through the prism of belonging, asking whether the United Nations Refugee Agency’s reframing of statelessness as an issue of belonging can be successful in eradicating statelessness globally.