Ethics & Global Politics

(The TQCC of Ethics & Global Politics is 1. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-06-01 to 2024-06-01.)
Refugees, legitimacy and development5
‘Where you live should not determine whether you live’. Global justice and the distribution of COVID-19 vaccines5
Why citizenship tests are necessarily illiberal: a reply to Blake4
Cosmopolitan arrogance, epistemic modesty and the motivational prerequisites for solidarity4
Does Brock’s theory of migration justice adequately account for climate refugees?3
Upholding public institutions in the midst of conflicts: the threat of political corruption3
Complicity in democratic engagement with autocratic systems3
A defense of the moral and legal right to secede2
Are human rights enough? On human rights and inequality2
Travel bans and COVID-192
Should we open borders? Yes, but not in the name of global justice2
When the state doesn’t commit: a review essay of Julian Culp’s Democratic Education in a Globalized World1
Acting in solidarity with the poor? Some conceptual and practical challenges1
A vindication of transnational democratic education – replies to Michael Festl, Martin Beckstein and Michael Geiss1
Global education and the liberal project1
What can be achieved through education at all? A response to Julian Culp1
Effective altruism, tithing, and a principle of progressive giving1
Migrants by plane and migrants by stork: can we refuse citizenship to one, but not the other?1
Grounding the political theory of global injustice in the actions of poor-led movements: a comment on Poverty, Solidarity, and Poor-Led Social Movements, Monique Deveaux, Oxford University Pres1
Proportionality in cyberwar and just war theory1
Reality check: can impartial umpires solve the problem of political self-deception?1
Beyond lockdown? The ethics of global movement in a new era1