Ethical questions are central to the study of international relations as it is a field of study concerned with war and peace trade and production and law and rights yet a persistent conventional wisdom suggests ethics are marginal to international relations this conventional wisdom has two . The editors of ethics international affairs are pleased to present the spring 2019 issue of the journal this issue features a roundtable organized by rafael biermann examining how states and other actors balance legal norms moral values and national interests in various policy areas. The core of ethics and international affairs can be accessed through three normative concepts pluralism rights and responsibilities and fairness a standard method of inquiry would begin with description of a normative issue and proceed through an analysis of the moral arguments and the justifications it engenders. Ethics international affairs volume 323 fall 2018 the centerpiece of this issue is a roundtable guest edited by james pattison on the ethics of overlooked alternatives to war with contributions from alex j bellamy corneliu bjola ccile fabre michael l gross and james pattison. Starting with an overview of different perspectives on the role of ethics and morality in international relations the course then explores the ethical dimensions of issues central to foreign policy and the study of world politics including the use of force human rights and global distributive justice
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