Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles

  1. Aloyo, Eamon. (Forthcoming, 2023). “Why It Is Wrong to Use Student Evaluations of Professors as a Measure of Teaching Effectiveness in Personnel Assessments: An Excess Risk of Harm Account.” Public Affairs Quarterly. (PDF of Page Proofs)
  2. Aloyo, Eamon and Geoffrey Swenson. (online first). “Ethical Exit: When Should Peacekeepers Depart?” European Journal of International Security
  3. Gainsburg, Izzy, Shiva Pauer, Nawal Abboub, Eamon Aloyo, Jean-Christophe Mourrat, Alejandrina Cristia. (2023). “How Effective Altruism Can Help Psychologists Maximize Their Impact.” Perspectives on Psychological Science. 18(1): 239-253
  4. Aloyo, Eamon, Geoff Dancy, Yvonne Dutton. (2023). “Retributive or Reparative Justice? Explaining Post-Conflict Preferences in Kenya.” Journal of Peace Research. 60(2): 258–273
  5. Aloyo, Eamon and Eugenio Cusumano. (2021). “Morally Evaluating Human Smuggling: The Case of Migration to Europe.” Critical Review of International Social and Political Philosophy. 24(2): 133-156. (PDF)
  6. Dancy, Geoff, Yvonne Dutton, Tessa Alleblas, and Eamon Aloyo. (2020). “What Explains Perceptions of Bias Against the International Criminal Court?: Evidence from Kenya.” Journal of Conflict Resolution. 64 (7-8): 1443–1469. (PDF)
  7. Aloyo, Eamon. (2018). “Conceptualizing Mass Atrocity Prevention, Nonviolent Resistance, and Politically Feasible Alternatives.” Global Responsibility to Protect. 10 (4): 448-470. (PDF)
  8. Aloyo, Eamon. (2016). “Reconciling Just Causes for Armed Humanitarian Intervention.” Ethical Theory and Moral Practice. 19 (2): 313-328. (PDF)
  9. Aloyo, Eamon. (2015). “Just War Theory and The Last of Last Resort.” Ethics & International Affairs. 29 (2): 187-201. (PDF copyright by Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs)
  10. Aloyo, Eamon. (2013a). “Just Assassinations.” International Theory. 5 (3): 347-381. (PDF copyright by Cambridge University Press)
  11. Aloyo, Eamon. (2013b). “Democratizing Transitional Justice: Transitional Tradeoffs and Constituting the Demos.Global Society. 27 (4): 438-453.
  12. Aloyo, Eamon. (2013c). “Improving Global Accountability: The International Criminal Court and Nonviolent Crimes Against Humanity.” Global Constitutionalism2 (3): 498-530. (PDF copyright by Cambridge University Press)

Book Chapters

  1. Aloyo, Eamon. (2019). “The Responsibility to Protect and Uses of Force Short of War.” In Force Short of War in Modern Conflict: Jus Ad Vim. Jai Galliott (Ed.). Edinburgh University Press / Oxford University Press in the US. (Link to PDF)
  2. Newman, Edward and Eamon Aloyo. (2018). “Preventing the Kinds of Conflicts that are Hardest to Resolve and Most Costly in Lives.” In Just Security in an Undergoverned World. Oxford University Press. Eds. William Durch, Joris Larik, Richard Ponzio. (Updated version of Commission on Global Security, Justice & Governance Working Paper, PDF)
  3. 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
  4. 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

Policy Reports

  1. Alleblas, Tessa, Eamon Aloyo, Sarah Brockmeier, Philipp Rotmann, and Jon Western. (2017). “In The Shadow of Syria: Assessing the Obama Administration’s Efforts on Mass Atrocity Prevention.” Hague Institute for Global Justice Policy Report. (~95,000 words). (PDF)