Global Institutions and Responsibilities
Achieving Global Justice

Thomas Pogge & Christian Barry (Eds)

This volume combines original essays by political philosophers, legal theorists, and economists into a spirited debate about the practical dilemmas of globalization. It integrates rigorous thinking about the principles of global justice with concrete discussions of the UN, the WTO, the World Bank, and the rules of war.

It thereby enriches moral theorizing by engaging it in real-world issues and also provides solid moral grounds for designing and assessing reforms of present international rules and organizations.

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Global Institutions and Responsibilities

Global Institutions and Responsibilities
Achieving Global Justice

Thomas Pogge & Christian Barry (Eds)

 

2006, Blackwell Publishing
ISBN: 9781405130103
349 pagina's, Paperback