Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles

  1. Aloyo, Eamon. (2016). “Reconciling Just Causes for Armed Humanitarian Intervention.” Ethical Theory and Moral Practice. 19 (2): 313-328 (Link)
  2. Aloyo, Eamon. (2015). “Just War Theory and The Last of Last Resort.” Ethics & International Affairs. 29 (2): 187-201. (Link, PDF copyright by Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs)
  3. Aloyo, Eamon. (2013a). “Just Assassinations.” International Theory. 5 (3): 347-381. (Link, PDF copyright by Cambridge University Press)
  4. Aloyo, Eamon. (2013b). “Democratizing Transitional Justice: Transitional Tradeoffs and Constituting the Demos.Global Society. 27 (4): 438-453. (Link)
  5. Aloyo, Eamon. (2013c). “Improving Global Accountability: The International Criminal Court and Nonviolent Crimes Against Humanity.” Global Constitutionalism.  2 (3): 498-530. (Link, PDF copyright by Cambridge University Press)

Book Chapters

  1. Newman, Edward and Eamon Aloyo. (Forthcoming, 2017 expected). “Preventing the Kinds of Conflicts that are Hardest to Resolve and Most Costly in Lives.” Oxford University Press. Eds. William Durch, Joris Larik, Richard Ponzio. (Updated version of Commission on Global Security, Justice & Governance Working Paper, PDF)
  2. Seyle, Conor and Eamon Aloyo. (2015). “The Role of Business in the Responsibility to Protect.” In Daniel Fiott and Joachim Koops (Eds.). The Responsibility to Protect and the Third Pillar: Legitimacy and Operationalization (Basingstoke/New York: Palgrave Macmillan). pp. 171-189 (Link)
  3. Aloyo, Eamon. (2014). “The Weak Persuading the Powerful: Norm Diffusion and Enforcement, Without Internalization.” In Reducing Armed Violence with NGO Governance. Rodney Bruce Hall (Ed.). Routledge Global Institutions Series. pp. 114-130 (Link)

Working Papers

  1. Aloyo, Eamon, Yvonne Dutton, and Lindsay Heger. (2013). “Does The International Criminal Court Deter Torture?” (One Earth Future Foundation Working Paper, PDF)