- Roland Pierik & Wouter Werner, Cosmopolitanism in context: an introduction
- Simon Caney, Human rights and global climate change
- Ellen Hey, Global environmental law and global institutions: a system lacking 'good process'
- Tomer Broude, The WTO/GATS Mode 4, international labour migration regimes and global justice
- Thomas Pogge, Incentives for pharmaceutical research: must they exclude the poor from advanced medicines?
- Nicholas Tsagourias, Cosmopolitan legitimacy and UN collective security
- Kok-Chor Tan, Enforcing global justice: the problem of intervention
- Steven Roach, Rawls's Law of the Peoples and the International Criminal Court
- Victor Peskin, An ideal becoming real? The International Criminal Court and the limits of the cosmopolitan vision of justice
- Jorge Valades, Is immigration a human right?
- Thomas Spijkerboer, A distributive approach to migration law. Or: the convergence of Communitarianism, Libertarianism and the status quo
- Roland Pierik & Wouter Werner, Can cosmopolitanism survive institutionalisation?
Monday, June 21, 2010
Pierik & Werner: Cosmopolitanism in Context: Perspectives from International Law and Political Theory
Roland Pierik (Universiteit van Amsterdam) & Wouter Werner (Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam) have published Cosmopolitanism in Context: Perspectives from International Law and Political Theory (Cambridge Univ. Press 2010). Contents include: