Antje Wiener (Hamburg): Towards Global Citizenship Practice? Richard Rose (Strathclyde): Can National Governments be Responsible in a World of Interdependence? Saladin Meckled-Garcia (UCL): Is There Really a Global Human Rights Deficit? Consequentialist Liability and Cosmopolitan Alternatives. Koldo Casla on interactions between international humanitarian law and international human rights law for the protection of economic, social and cultural rights. From the International Journal of Multicultural Education, a special issue on Challenging Anti-Immigration Discourses in School and Community Contexts. Chris Armstrong reviews Global Justice and Avant-Garde Political Agency by Lea Ypi. All negotiating is domestic: Is the idea of Westphalian sovereignty hindering the implementation of global solutions to global problems? Jennifer Rubenstein on the “Problem of Spattered Hands”, the ethical predicaments faced by international non-governmental organizations (INGOs) that provide basic services in conflict settings, and in so doing find themselves contributing, knowingly but unintentionally, to injustices perpetrated primarily by others. Christian Jarrett is in search of the super-humane (those who identify with all of humanity).