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What kind of normative constraints do domestic political theories generate at the global level? Despite the remarkable growth of the global justice literature in recent years, there exists (to the best of my knowledge) no systematic treatment of this issue. While much attention has been given

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would seem to constitute a massive failure of justice on a global scale, and a literature focusing on global justice emerged in the late twentieth century to analyze the nature of the failure of justice and describe the obligations of the wealthier nations to alleviate this injustice. The early work of

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In recognising the significant role international law can play in supporting the objectives of justice and sustainable development, Global Justice and Sustainable Development provides a wide-ranging analysis of some of the most fundamental challenges facing global society. In particular, the volume seeks to consider the synergies between sustainable development and global justice – two notions that are simultaneously hugely important and, in equal measure, enormously contentious within both international law and international relations.

Organized in a three-part structure, Global Justice and Sustainable Development revisits some of the basic assumptions on which the general principles are built, considers the implications for differing aspects of international law, and focuses on national and regional approaches.
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, Andrew Mason, Cillian McBride, Dorota Mokrosinska, Peter Seglow, Saul Smilansky, David Stevens, two anonymous referees for this Journal, and Th om Brooks. Associative Duties and Global Justice * Jonathan Seglow Department of Politics and International Relations, Royal Holloway University of London

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Global justice and international affairs is perhaps the hottest topic in political philosophy today. This book brings together some of the most important essays in this area. The essays have all appeared recently in the Journal of Moral Philosophy, an internationally recognized leading philosophy journal. Topics include sovereignty and self-determination, cosmopolitanism and nationalism, global poverty and international distributive justice, and war and terrorism.