RSSBook Symposium: Justice and Foreign Policy

Michael Blake’s Border Controls

| September 2015
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Michael Blake’s rules for global justice are too rigid. They misinterpret the commitment to the moral equality of all humans everywhere, which is supposed to be their ultimate foundation.

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Justice and Foreign Policy: A Reply to My Critics

| September 2015
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Sustained debate on the ethical dimensions of foreign policy is no longer a rarity. I thank Caney, Gilabert, Miller, and Stilz for their arguments, and look forward to the debates to come.

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Coercion, Justification, and Inequality: Defending Global Egalitarianism

| September 2015
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I share Blake’s commitment to universal liberal values and also his commitment to autonomy. We part ways, however, over the question of when egalitarian ideals of distributive justice apply.

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Global Moral Egalitarianism and Global Distributive Egalitarianism

| September 2015
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A global egalitarian approach is better for characterizing the wrongs involved in international exploitation than a global sufficientarian approach.

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Against Democratic Interventionism

| September 2015
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While we should persuade foreigners to democratize, we have no right to forcibly impose a democratic political order on them so long as their current arrangements manifest reasonable reciprocity.

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