Sunday, May 9, 2021

New Issue: Ethics & International Affairs

The latest issue of Ethics & International Affairs (Vol. 35, no. 1, Spring 2021) is out. Contents include:
  • Essays
    • Yuna Han, Katharine M. Millar, & Martin J. Bayly, COVID-19 as a Mass Death Event
    • Sea Young Kim & Leif-Eric Easley, The Neglected North Korean Crisis: Women's Rights
  • Roundtable: Ethics and the Future of the Global Food System
    • Madison Powers, Introduction: Ethics and the Future of the Global Food System
    • Paul B. Thompson, Food System Transformation and the Role of Gene Technology: An Ethical Analysis
    • Yashar Saghai, Subversive Future Seeks Like-Minded Model: On the Mismatch between Visions of Food Sovereignty Futures and Quantified Scenarios of Global Food Futures
    • Anne Barnhill & Jessica Fanzo, Nourishing Humanity without Destroying the Planet
    • Mark Budolfson, Arguments for Well-Regulated Capitalism, and Implications for Global Ethics, Food, Environment, Climate Change, and Beyond
    • Madison Powers, Food and the Global Political Economy
  • Feature
    • Christopher Kutz, Resources for the People—but Who Are the People? Mistaken Nationalism in Resource Sovereignty
  • Review Essay
    • Adam Henschke, Rethinking the Nature of States and Political Violence