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Summer 2021 (35.2)

Summer 2021 (35.2)

| August 2021
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The editors of Ethics & International Affairs are pleased to present the Summer 2021 issue of the journal! The highlight of this issue is a roundtable organized by Adrian Gallagher on the responsibility to protect in a changing world order. The roundtable contains an introductory essay by Michael Ignatieff and contributions from Adrian Gallagher and Nicholas J. Wheeler; Cristina G. Stefan; Luke Glanville and James Pattison; and Jennifer M. Welsh. Additionally, the issue includes feature articles by Daniele Amoroso and Guglielmo Tamburrini on meaningful human control over weapons systems and Patricia Goff on inclusive trade. It also contains a review essay by Andrea C. Simonelli on climate displacement and justice and book reviews by Reed Bonadonna, Cian O’Driscoll, and Shelley Wilcox.

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Climate Displacement and the Legal Gymnastics of Justice: Is It All Political?

Climate Displacement and the Legal Gymnastics of Justice: Is It All Political?

| August 2021
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Climate Change, Disasters, and the Refugee Convention, Matthew Scott (Cambridge, U.K.: Cambridge University Press, 2020), 206 pp., cloth $110, paperback $34.99, eBook $28. Climate Change and People on the Move: International Law and Justice, Fanny Thornton (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2019), 256 pp., cloth $85, eBook $84.99. Climate displacement is not new, but it has […]

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On Obedience: Contrasting Philosophies for the Military, Citizenry, and Community

On Obedience: Contrasting Philosophies for the Military, Citizenry, and Community

| August 2021
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Pauline Shanks Kaurin has written an important, engaging, and timely book on obedience. As her book’s subtitle suggests, it is a work of military ethics that is also concerned with civil matters.

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The Laws of War in International Thought

The Laws of War in International Thought

| August 2021
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Essential reading for any scholar interested in the laws and ethics of war, The Laws of War in International Thought reopens the questions pertaining to the relation between the laws of war and the just war tradition

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No Refuge: Ethics and the Global Refugee Crisis

No Refuge: Ethics and the Global Refugee Crisis

| August 2021
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In No Refuge: Ethics and the Global Refugee Crisis, Serena Parekh masterfully accomplishes a goal that often eludes many publicly engaged philosophers: to advance an insightful, original argument on an important moral issue that is both accessible to a general audience and illuminating to theorists who are deeply immersed in the relevant academic debates.

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