Ethics and International Relations: Two new articles published by Thomas Moore
16 October 2013
Thomas’ article in the October issue of Review of International Studies is concerned with the critical limits of humanitarian politics within international relations theory.
Another piece in Global Society is titled ‘International Relations as Juridical Life: Rethinking ‘the International’ in International Theory’. He explores how international relations theory has largely focused on legalistic understanding of international politics and neglected the violent impact of international politics on excluded subjects.
Thomas writes a regular blog, Ethics and International Relations, that examines the ethical dimensions of international life and political philosophies of education.
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