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Toni Erskine
Toni Erskine
Professor of International Politics and Director of the Coral Bell School of Asia Pacific Studies
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International relations theory today
K Booth, T Erskine
John Wiley & Sons, 2016
5622016
Assigning responsibilities to institutional moral agents: the case of states and quasi-states
T Erskine
Ethics & International Affairs 15 (2), 67-85, 2001
2462001
Can institutions have responsibilities?: collective moral agency and international relations
T Erskine
Springer, 2003
1942003
Embedded Cosmopolitanism: Duties to Strangers and Enemies in a World of 'Dislocated Communities'
T Erskine
1832008
‘Citizen of nowhere’or ‘the point where circles intersect’? Impartialist and embedded cosmopolitanisms
T Erskine
Review of International Studies 28 (3), 457-478, 2002
1002002
Introduction: Making sense of ‘responsibility’in international relations—Key questions and concepts
T Erskine
Can Institutions Have Responsibilities?, 1-16, 2003
862003
Tragedy and International Relations
T Erskine, RN Lebow
Tragedy and International Relations, 2012
76*2012
Locating responsibility: The problem of moral agency in international relations
T Erskine
672008
'As Rays of Light to the Human Soul'? Moral Agents and Intelligence Gathering
T Erskine
Intelligence & National Security 19 (2), 359-381, 2004
632004
Normative international relations theory
T Erskine
International relations theory: discipline and diversity, 36-58, 2013
572013
Embedded cosmopolitanism and the case of war: restraint, discrimination and overlapping communities
T Erskine
Global Society 14 (4), 569-590, 2000
562000
"" Blood on the UN's Hands''? Assigning Duties and Apportioning Blame to an Intergovernmental Organisation
T Erskine
Global Society 18 (1), 21-42, 2004
552004
Coalitions of the willing and responsibilities to protect: Informal associations, enhanced capacities, and shared moral burdens
T Erskine
Ethics & International Affairs 28 (1), 115-145, 2014
472014
Whose progress, which morals? Constructivism, normative IR theory and the limits and possibilities of studying ethics in world politics
T Erskine
International Theory 4 (3), 449-468, 2012
412012
Kicking bodies and damning souls: The danger of harming “Innocent” individuals while punishing “Delinquent” States
T Erskine
Ethics & International Affairs 24 (3), 261-285, 2010
412010
Qualifying Cosmopolitanism? Solidarity, Criticism, and Michael Walzer's ‘View from the Cave’
T Erskine
International Politics 44 (1), 125-149, 2007
292007
Radiation therapy treatment optimization. Introduction.
TR Mackie
Seminars in radiation oncology 9 (1), 1-3, 1999
291999
Beyond 'Quasi-Norms': The Challenges and Potential of Engaging with Norms in Cyberspace
T Erskine, M Carr
International Cyber Norms: Legal, Policy & Industry Perspectives, 2016
27*2016
Coalitions of the Willing and the Shared Responsibility to Protect
T Erskine
The State and Cosmopolitan Responsibilities, 104, 2019
172019
Tragedy and International Relations
RN Lebow, T Erskine
Palgrave Macmillan, 2012
142012
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