Summer 2009 (Issue 23.2)

TABLE OF CONTENTS

This issue features a special section on Postwar Justice and the Responsibility to Rebuild with guest editors Alexandra Gheciu and Jennifer Welsh and contributions from Alexandra Gheciu and Jennifer Welsh, Mark Evans, Stefano Recchia, and Dominik Zaum.

Also in this issue: Mervyn Frost discusses ethical competence in international relations and Amy Zalman and Jonathan Clarke argue that the “global war on terror” narrative needs a rewrite.

 

ESSAYS

Ethical Competence in International Relations [Full Text]
Mervyn Frost

The Global War on Terror: A Narrative in Need of a Rewrite
Amy Zalman and Jonathan Clarke

SPECIAL SECTION: POSTWAR JUSTICE AND THE RESPONSIBILITY TO REBUILD

Introduction [Full Text]
Alexandra Gheciu and Jennifer Welsh

The Imperative to Rebuild: Assessing the Normative Case for Postconflict Reconstruction
Alexandra Gheciu and Jennifer Welsh

Moral Responsibilities and the Conflicting Demands of Jus Post Bellum
Mark Evans

Just and Unjust Postwar Reconstruction: How Much External Interference Can Be Justified
Stefano Recchia

The Norms and Politics of Exit: Ending Postconflict Transitional Administrations
Dominik ZaumĀ 

BOOK REVIEWS [Full Text]

The Refugee in International Society: Between Sovereigns
Emma Haddad
Review by Adrian Favell

On Global Order: Power, Values, and the Constitution of International Society
Andrew Hurrell
Review by Samuel Makinda

Defending Humanity: When Force is Justified and Why
George Fletcher and Jens David Ohlin
Review by Endre Begby

Embedded Cosmopolitanism: Duties to Strangers and Enemies in a World of ‘Dislocated Communities’
Toni Erskine
Review by Richard Vernon

BRIEFLY NOTED

Briefly Noted