Global Justice : Theory Practice Rhetoric

Global Justice: Theory Practice Rhetoric (GJTPR) is a peer-reviewed, open-access e-journal which publishes original research in international political theory, with special emphasis on global justice. We are particularly interested in bridging the gap between political theory, empirical research, and the study of political practices and communication. Read more...

Current Issue

Issue 7 (2014)


Editor’s Introduction pp. 1-2 PDF
Julian Culp


Rethinking the Post-2015 Development Agenda: Eight Ways to End Poverty Now pp. 3-11 PDF
Thomas Pogge, Mitu Sengupta
Institutional Theories and International Development pp. 12-27 PDF
Nicole Hassoun
Justice, Not Development: Sen and the Hegemonic Framework For Ameliorating Global Inequality pp. 28-38 PDF
Aram Ziai
Hooray for Global Justice? Emerging Democracies in a Multipolar World pp. 39-66 PDF
Julian Culp, Johannes Plagemann


Facts about Global Justice pp. 67-74 PDF
Bas Van Der Vossen