Kalamazoo, MI (Special to Informed Comment) – Many are rightly celebrating a resurgence of liberalism as the Free World rallies against Putin’s war of choice. We honor brave Ukrainians fighting for freedom. Pride surges for democratic governments incurring great costs, with skillful and cooperative leadership countering immense and unjustified harm to innocents and arrogant violation […]
Paul Clements has been a political science professor at Western Michigan University since 1996. He received his bachelor's degree in social science from Harvard University. He also holds a public policy master's degree and doctorate from Princeton University. He has written on Gandhian development and has recently taken up the challenges of the climate emergency in "Contractualism and Climate Change," in Dale Miller and Ben Eggleston, eds., Moral Theory and Climate Change: Ethical Perspectives on a Warming Planet (London: Routledge, 2020) and "Rawlsian Ethics of Climate Change" (Critical Criminology, 2015).