- Dr.mr. E.T. Aloyo
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Eamon Aloyo is an Assistant Professor at the Institute of Security and Global Affairs. He is interested in a range of issues at the intersection of international relations and political philosophy, such as the responsibility to protect (R2P), just war theory, human rights, environmental politics and ethics, and global justice. Extension number: 8177.
I am interested in a range of issues at the intersection of international relations and political philosophy, such as the responsibility to protect (R2P), just war theory, human rights, environmental political theory, and global justice. Articles of mine appear in Critical Review of International Social and Political Philosophy, Ethical Theory and Moral Practice, Ethics & International Affairs, Global Constitutionalism, Global Responsibility to Protect, Global Society, and International Theory. My work has received support from The Netherlands Organization for Scientific Research (NWO), George Washington University, and elsewhere. I am additionally affiliated with the European Center for the Responsibility to Protect and the Global Governance Institute.
- Faculty Governance and Global Affairs
- Institute of Security and Global Affairs
- War, Peace and Justice
2511 DP The Hague
Room number 4.02
- Gainsburg I., Pauer S., Abboub N., Aloyo E.T., Mourrat J. & Cristia A. (2023), How Effective Altruism Can Help Psychologists Maximize Their Impact , Perspectives on Psychological Science.
- Aloyo E.T. & Swenson G. (2022), Ethical exit: when should peacekeepers depart?, European Journal of International Security.
- Aloyo E.T., Dancy G. & Dutton Y. (2022), Retributive or reparative justice?: Explaining post-conflict preferences in Kenya, Journal of Peace Research.
- Dancy G., Dutton Y., Alleblas T. & Aloyo E. (2020), What Determines Perceptions of Bias toward the International Criminal Court? Evidence from Kenya, Journal of Conflict Resolution .
- Aloyo E.T. (2019), The Responsibility to Protect and Uses of Force Short of War. In: Galliott J. (Ed.) Force Short of War in Modern Conflict: Jus Ad Vim.: Edinburgh University Press / Oxford University Press in the US.. TBD.
- Aloyo E.T. (2018), Conceptualising Mass Atrocity Prevention, Nonviolent Resistance, and Politically Feasible Alternatives, Global responsibility to protect 10(4): 448-470.
- Aloyo E.T. & Cusumano E. (2021), Morally Evaluating Human Smuggling: The Case of Migration to Europe, Critical Review of International Social and Political Philosophy 24(2): 133-156.
- Newman E. & Aloyo E.T. (2018), Overcoming the Paradox of Conflict Prevention. In: William D., Larik J., Ponzio R. (Eds.) Just Security in an Undergoverned World. Oxford: Oxford University Press. 43-69.
- Aloyo E.T. (2016), Reconciling Just Causes for Armed Humanitarian Intervention, Ethical Theory and Moral Practice 19(2): 313-328.
- Aloyo E.T. (2015), Just War Theory and The Last of Last Resort, Ethics & International Affairs 29(2): 187-201.
- Seyle C. & Aloyo E.T. (2015), The Role of Business in the Responsibility to Protect. In: Daniel Fiott and Joachim Koops (Ed.) The Responsibility to Protect and the Third Pillar: Legitimacy and Operationalization. New York: Palgrave Macmillan. 171-189.
- Aloyo E.T. (2014), The Weak Persuading the Strong: Norm Diffusion and Enforcement Without Internalization. In: Rodney Bruce Hall (Ed.) Reducing Armed Violence with NGO Governance. New York: Routledge Global Institutions Series. 114-130.
- Aloyo E.T. (2013), Democratizing Transitional Justice: Transitional Tradeoffs and Constituting the Demos, Global Society 27(4): 438-453.
- Aloyo E.T. (2013), Improving Global Accountability: The ICC and Nonviolent Crimes Against Humanity, Global Constitutionalism 2(3): 498-530.
- Aloyo E.T. (2013), Just Assassinations, International Theory 5(3): 347-381.
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