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Global Justice: Bridging the Gap Between Theory and Practice

November 3, 202237:07

In this edition of Wilson Center NOW, we discuss the new book, “Mapping Global Justice: Perspectives, Cases and Practice,”with authors Arnaud Kurze, Wilson Global Fellow, and Christopher Lamont, Assistant Dean, Tokyo International University. Also joining us for the discussion are Franz Baumann, Former Assistant Secretary General of the United Nations, and Sarine Karajerjian, Program Director, Environmental Politics, Arab Reform Initiative. The book offers a “broad and multidisciplinary survey of global justice, bridging the gap between theory and practice while examining persistent international conflicts, increasing inequality in many regions or the world, and acute environmental and climate-related threats to humanity.”

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