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Truth, Justice, and Power: Why Victimization Continues After Conflict

Truth, Justice, and Power: Why Victimization Continues After Conflict

| November 2018

The cases of South Korea, Spain, and the Gambia show how political institutions can marginalize survivors in the aftermath of conflict.

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The Alternatives to War: From Sanctions to Nonviolence, with James Pattison

The Alternatives to War: From Sanctions to Nonviolence, with James Pattison

In this interview, James Pattison discusses his book, “The Alternatives to War.” His goal is to offer policymakers a pragmatic moral map of the main alternatives to war.

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The Importance of Memory: Unreliable, Precarious, and Crucial to Reconciliation

The Importance of Memory: Unreliable, Precarious, and Crucial to Reconciliation

| October 2018

Several recent cases involving the Gambia, Japan and Korea, and Spain highlight the tenuous relationship between memory, history, and state-building.

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What We’ve Been Reading

What We’ve Been Reading

| September 2018

Welcome to our roundup of monthly news and current events related to ethics and international affairs! Here’s what we’ve been reading in September.

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<i>EIA</i> Fall 2018 issue–Out Now!

EIA Fall 2018 issue–Out Now!

| September 2018

We are pleased to announce the publication of the Fall 2018 issue of Ethics & International Affairs. Access the Table of Contents here.

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The Empire of International Legalism

| September 2018

In this essay, Ian Hurd uses the provocative term “empire” to show how the international legal system is also a political system based on the dominance of law over politics for governments around the world.

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Fall 2018 (Issue 32.3)

Fall 2018 (Issue 32.3)

| September 2018

The editors of Ethics & International Affairs are pleased to present the Fall 2018 issue of the journal! The centerpiece of this issue is a roundtable guest edited by James Pattison on the ethics of overlooked alternatives to war, with contributions from Alex J. Bellamy, Corneliu Bjola, Cécile Fabre, Michael L. Gross, and James Pattison. Additionally, the issue contains an essay by Ian Hurd on the empire of international legalism; a feature by Alejandra Mancilla evaluating the moral standing of territorial claims in Antarctica; a review essay by George DeMartino on sensible globalization in an illiberal era; and book reviews by Eleanor Gordon, Marcus Carlsen Häggrot, Shadi Mokhtari, and Serena Parekh.

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Introduction: Alternatives to War

| September 2018

Some of the most controversial foreign policy issues in the first years of the Trump administration have involved alternatives to war. This roundtable seeks to improve our understanding of the ethics of some of these alternatives.

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