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Anahi Wiedenbrüg
London School of Economics
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    What Citizens Owe: Two Grounds for Challenging Debt Repayment.Anahí Wiedenbrüg - 2018 - Journal of Political Philosophy 26 (3):368-387.
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    Human Right, Sovereign Debt and Why States Should Not Keep Their Promises.Anahí Wiedenbrüg - 2018 - Revista Latinoamericana de Filosofía Política 7 (1).
    When should binding debt contracts not be repaid? This article argues that whenever the repayment of sovereign debt threatens the human rights of the citizenry, this provides a weighty normative reason to prioritize the fulfilment of the latter over the former. Since there are specific, non-coincidental reasons to fear that a high indebtedness of states may result in the undermining of the socio-economic and the collective human rights of a state’s citizenry, the more specific thesis defended in this article is (...)
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    What Creditors Owe.Anahí Wiedenbrüg - 2018 - Constellations 25 (1):101-116.
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    On the Responsibilities of Dominated States.Anahi Wiedenbrug - 2017 - Global Justice: Theory Practice Rhetoric 10 (2).
    While global justice theorists heatedly discuss the responsibilities of the affluent and powerful, those states which can legitimately be seen as victims of global injustice have seldom, if ever, been considered as duty bearers to whom responsibilities can be attached. However, recognising agents whose options are constrained not only as victims, but also as duty bearers is necessary as a proof of respect for their agency and indispensable to mobilise the type of action required to alter global injustices. In this (...)
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    On the Responsibilities of Dominated States.Anahi Wiedenbrug - 2018 - Global Justice : Theory Practice Rhetoric 10 (2).
    While global justice theorists heatedly discuss the responsibilities of the affluent and powerful, those states which can legitimately be seen as victims of global injustice have seldom, if ever, been considered as duty bearers to whom responsibilities can be attached. However, recognising agents whose options are constrained not only as victims, but also as duty bearers is necessary as a proof of respect for their agency and indispensable to mobilise the type of action required to alter global injustices. In this (...)
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