Chris Armstrong (Southampton): Global Justice and Proposals for Distributive Institutions. Charles Blattberg (Montreal): We Are All Compatriots. Andy Lamey (Monash): A Liberal Theory of Asylum. Clara Sandelind (Sheffield): Territorial Rights and Open Borders. Susanna Mancini (Bologna): Secession and Self-Determination. Robert J. Delahunty (St. Thomas): Nationalism, Statism and Cosmopolitanism. Jefferey Sellers (USC) and Anders Lidstrom (Umea): The Localization of Territorial Identity: Citizen Attachment in an Era of Globalization. Andreas Follesdal (Oslo) and Eva Erman (Uppsala): Multiple Citizenship: Normative Ideals and Institutional Challenges. From NDPR, Susan Shell reviews Kant and Cosmopolitanism by Pauline Kleingeld; Javier Hidalgo reviews Globalization and Global Justice: Shrinking Distance, Expanding Obligations by Nicole Hassoun; and Stephen Nathanson reviews Ethics for a Broken World: Imagining Philosophy After Catastrophe by Tim Mulgan. Want to double living standards for the global poor? Simple — just repeal all immigration laws, in every single country, right now. A review of Humanitarian Reason: A Moral History of the Present by Didier Fassin.

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