Moral obligations nation-states should abide by in making decisions about the lives of these individuals

  1. Many authors now question the future of the modern nation-state system in an era in which globalization is the dominant global trend. What challenges do nation-states face now, and are these more powerful than the challenges nation-states faced during the imperial period? What do you believe will be the future of the nation-state system? \
  2. Involuntary flows of people: What roles should international organizations play in the management of these flows of people? What roles should sending and receiving nations play in the management of these flows of people? What moral obligations do you believe nation-states should abide by in making decisions about the lives of these individuals? Identify obligations that we have to either refugees fleeing war in Syria, or refugees escaping oppression and gang violence in Central America?
  3. How do you imagine that water rights and changing climate patterns will affect food security in the next ten years? How do you anticipate the issue of food insecurity and global conflict to change over this same time period? What role should the international community —if any- play in helping to address these issues, given that the costs will primarily be paid by those who are not responsible for the creation of the problems in the first place?

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