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Black Lives Matter: Taking Stock of An International Moment

Black Lives Matter: Taking Stock of An International Moment

| March 2021

Black Lives Matter is more than a statement. It is even more than a movement. It is a moment of great consequence in our history as a nation. How we choose to address it will help to define us for a generation and will be remembered for decades to come.

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EIA Winter 2020 issue–Out Now!

EIA Winter 2020 issue–Out Now!

| January 2021

The editors of Ethics & International Affairs are pleased to present the Winter 2020 issue of the journal! This issue looks at international institutions and peaceful change, labor visas for refugee resettlement, the United Nations and the COVID-19 pandemic, international political theory, and much more. Access the table of contents here.

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Finding Refuge through Employment: Worker Visas as a Complementary Pathway for Refugee Resettlement

Finding Refuge through Employment: Worker Visas as a Complementary Pathway for Refugee Resettlement

This essay aims to identify and explore an underappreciated win-win policy option that has the potential to address both the needs of refugees for resettlement and the labor demand of destination countries. Building upon provisions of the Model International Mobility Convention, we explore how to scale up valuable measures for identifying job opportunities that can resettle refugees from asylum countries to destination countries.

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Can Staying at Home be Saving Lives and Avoiding Killing? COVID-19, Lockdowns and the Doing/Allowing Distinction

Can Staying at Home be Saving Lives and Avoiding Killing? COVID-19, Lockdowns and the Doing/Allowing Distinction

| December 2020

Lockdown and its purpose have been summarized in five words that have echoed from the mouths of politicians, public health bodies, and social media accounts of large companies and private citizens: “Stay at home. Save Lives.” This essay argues that some lockdown measures are neither standard cases of saving nor standard cases of refraining from doing harm.

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Roundtable: Latin American Responses to COVID-19

Roundtable: Latin American Responses to COVID-19

| December 2020

The editors of Ethics & International Affairs are pleased to present an online exclusive roundtable on Latin American experiences of and responses to the COVID-19 pandemic. The roundtable contains engaging contributions by Ivette Vallejo and Marisol Rodríguez, Raúl Rodríguez, Raúl Salgado Espinoza, and Doreen Montag and Marco Barboza.

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Ecological Genocide in the Amazon: Raphael Lemkin and the Destruction of Human Groups

Ecological Genocide in the Amazon: Raphael Lemkin and the Destruction of Human Groups

| November 2020

For most people, the word “genocide” likely evokes mental images of concentration camps, killing fields, and mass graves. Deforestation, no matter how severe, would seem to be only tenuously related, if at all.

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EIA Fall 2020 issue–Out Now!

EIA Fall 2020 issue–Out Now!

| October 2020

The editors are pleased to present a Special Issue of Ethics & International Affairs: “The United Nations at Seventy-Five: Looking Back to Look Forward,” covering human rights, peacekeeping, gender, and much more. The Fall issue also includes new work on just war and privacy, universal values, and trade justice.
Full issue OPEN ACCESS for a limited time.

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Cyber Resilience in an Age of Climate Chaos

Cyber Resilience in an Age of Climate Chaos

| July 2020

Although both cybersecurity and climate change are increasingly seen as two of the most urgent threats of this century, seldom are they considered together. Yet, arguably, the true challenge of both is the ways in which they intertwine, in evermore unexpected ways.

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