RSSBook Symposium: The Thin Justice of International Law

Response to Critics of <i>The Thin Justice of International Law</i>

Response to Critics of The Thin Justice of International Law

| June 4, 2015
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In this, the final contribution to our online symposium, Ratner responds to critics of his book.

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Reflections on <i>The Thin Justice of International Law:</i> Peace, Justice, and Secession

Reflections on The Thin Justice of International Law: Peace, Justice, and Secession

| June 3, 2015
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I maintain contra Ratner that peace should not be characterized as a component (or, in his language, a pillar) of justice. This dispute over the relationship between peace and justice matters, I contend, even if it rarely leads to different prescriptions.

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The Role of Ideal Theory in Developing an Applied Ethics of International Law

The Role of Ideal Theory in Developing an Applied Ethics of International Law

| June 2, 2015
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In his book, Steven Ratner impressively integrates the concerns and perspectives of international lawyers with a philosophically compelling normative analysis, demonstrating by example the importance of such an integrated assessment.

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Introducing <i>The Thin Justice of International Law</i>

Introducing The Thin Justice of International Law

| June 1, 2015
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Ratner describes the major themes and arguments of his new book, The Thin Justice of International Law, the featured work in a new joint EJILTalk-EIA symposium.

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