Spring 2017 (31.1)

The Spring 2017 issue includes essays by Michael Ignatieff on human rights and the ordinary virtues; Kristy A. Belton on the prospect of ending statelessness in the Americas, the second of a two-part series; and Carmen Gómez Martín on the problematic nature of refugee camps as de facto long-term solutions. It also contains two features, one by Dan Bulley and the other by Alise Coen, presenting differing views on the relationship between the Responsibility to Protect (RtoP) and the refugee protection regime, with a brief introduction by Jason Ralph and James Souter; a review essay on immigration ethics by Linda Bosniak; and three book reviews.


Human Rights, Global Ethics, and the Ordinary Virtues
Michael Ignatieff

Heeding the Clarion Call in the Americas: The Quest to End Statelessness
Kristy A. Belton

Rethinking the Concept of a “Durable Solution”: Sahrawi Refugee Camps Four Decades On [Full text]
Carmen Gómez Martín


Introduction [Full text]
Jason Ralph and James Souter

Shame on EU? Europe, RtoP, and the Politics of Refugee Protection
Dan Bulley

Capable and Culpable? The United States, RtoP, and Refugee Responsibility-Sharing
Alise Coen


Immigration Ethics and the Context of Justice
Linda Bosniak

REVIEWS [Full text]

Targeted Killing: A Legal and Political History
Markus Gunneflo
Review by Andrew Altman

The Global Transformation: History, Modernity and the Making of International Relations
Barry Buzan and George Lawson
Review by Andrew Hurrell

Blood Oil: Tyrants, Violence, and the Rules that Run the World
Leif Wenar
Review by William Gochberg

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