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Robert O. Keohane
Princeton University
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In my scholarly work, I have sought to understand institutionalized multilateral cooperation in world politics, and the context of such cooperation: extensive economic interdependence, or globaliza...
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We live in a world of climate injustice. People in wealthy countries emit large amounts of greenhouse gasses, whose effects will be particularly adverse to people in poor countries who have not received the benefits of past emissions. Although these injustices are deeply embedded in power asymmetries, they could be ameliorated if wealthy societies were to take broad views of their own self-interests. To do so would require, in some instances, changes in the default rules, embedded in sovereignty...
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In their article “Just War and Unjust Soldiers: American Public Opinion on the Moral Equality of Combatants,” Scott Sagan and Benjamin Valentino argue that the American public evaluates soldiers’ wartime actions more according to whether the war they are fighting was initiated justly, than on their actions during warfare. In this respect, their views are more similar to those of revisionist philosophers than to those of traditional just war theorists. Before leaping to broad conclusions from the...
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#1Robert O. KeohaneH-Index: 59
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#1Robert O. KeohaneH-Index: 59
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