Ethics & International Affairs volume 35, issue 2 has published and is available on Cambridge Core.
Links below provide free access to individual articles on the publisher's website.
Roundtable: The Responsibility to Protect in a Changing World Order
The Responsibility to Protect in a Changing World Order: Twenty Years since Its Inception
Trust or Perish? The Responsibility to Protect and Use of Force in a Changing World Order
Adrian Gallagher, Nicholas J. Wheeler
The Responsibility to Protect: Locating Norm Entrepreneurship
Cristina G. Stefan
Where to Protect? Prioritization and the Responsibility to Protect
Luke Glanville, James Pattison
The Security Council's Role in Fulfilling the Responsibility to Protect
Jennifer M. Welsh
Toward a Normative Model of Meaningful Human Control over Weapons Systems
Daniele Amoroso, Guglielmo Tamburrini
Inclusive Trade: Justice, Innovation, or More of the Same?
Climate Displacement and the Legal Gymnastics of Justice: Is It All Political?
Andrea C. Simonelli
And four book reviews