International Law and Global Justice

Oxford University, 20-21 May 2009

The Global Justice Network, with the support of the Department of Politics and International Relations, the Centre for the Study of Social Justice and the Centre for International Studies at the University of Oxford hosted a two-day interdisciplinary workshop on ‘International Law and Global Justice’



Tiziana Torresi and Laura Valentini



David Armstrong, Exeter
“Changing Conceptions of International and Cosmopolitan Justice in International Law”

Allen Buchanan, Duke
“Global Justice and Egalitarianism”

Terry Nardin, National University of Singapore
“Justice and Authority in the Global Order”

Amanda Perreau-Saussine, Cambridge
“Natural Law, International Law and Political Reasoning”



Peter Dietsch, Montreal
“Rethinking Sovereignty in International Fiscal Policy”

Katrin Flikschuh, LSE
“The Problem of Sovereignty: A Kantian Perspective”

Christoph Humrich, University of Bremen
“Discursive International Law, Discursive International Justice”

Saladin Meckled-Garcia, University College London
“Statism and International Law: The International Limits of Global Justice” 

Elisa Orrù, Albert-Ludwigs Universität, Freiburg and Miriam Ronzoni, EUI
“Which Supranational Sovereignty? The Cases of International Criminal Law and Global Socio-economic Justice Compared”

Margot Salomon, LSE
“Affluence under International Human Rights Law” 

Peter Sutch, Cardiff
“Norms and Normativity: International Law and International Justice” 

Helga Varden, University of Illinois
“A Kantian Conception of Global Justice: Method and Institutions”



Review of International Studies, 37 no. 5, 2011; Special issue on International Law and Global Justice