This book helps readers identify feasible and morally plausible reforms of global institutional arrangements and international organizations.
A distinctive, practically oriented contribution to debates about global justice.
Helps readers to examine the fairness of global rules and institutions.
Integrates philosophical thinking about normative responsibility with discussion of practical dilemmas concerning organizations such as the WTO, and rules governing the use of force internationally.
Brings together original articles by political philosophers, legal theorists, and economists.
Considers the aims of global justice, the institutional arrangements that are required to realise them, and the allocation of responsibilities to promote the required institutional reforms.