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This article analyzes the concept of global justice. It discusses the grounds of justice, Rawlsian relationism, nonrelationism, statism and globalism, and pluralist internationalism. It then addresses the question of whether the global order wrongfully harms some people—presumably the weakest—the global poor. If so, we should think of global justice primarily in terms of moral obligations to rectify harms. It also considers the import of poverty and inequality statistics.
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