(Many of the articles are free to read or download. Just click the link)
Eugenio Cusumano and James Pattison (forthcoming) "The Non-governmental Provision of Search and Rescue in the Mediterranean and the Abdication of State Responsibility", Cambridge Review of International Affairs. [11,500 words]
James Pattison (2018) “The Responsibility to Protect and International Political Theory”, in Chris Brown and Robyn Eckersley (eds), Oxford Handbook of International Political Theory (Oxford: Oxford University Press), pp. 330-42.
James Pattison (2017) “Perilous Noninterventions? The Counterfactual Assessment of Libya and the Need to be a Responsible Power”, Global Responsibility to Protect, 9/2: 219–28.
James Pattison (2017) “Unarmed Bodyguards to the Rescue? The Ethics of Nonviolent Intervention”, in Michael Gross and Tamar Meisels (eds), Soft War: The Ethics of Unarmed Conflict (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press).
James Pattison (2014) “Bombing the Beneficiaries: The Distribution of the Costs of the Responsibility to Protect and Humanitarian Intervention”, in Don Scheid (ed), The Ethics of Armed Humanitarian Intervention (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press), pp. 113–30.
James Pattison (2010) Humanitarian Intervention and the Responsibility to Protect: Who Should Intervene? (Oxford: Oxford University Press). - Awarded 'Notable Book Award' by the International Studies Association (International Ethics Section), 2011. - Subject of Symposium in Global Discourse, with reviews by David Miller and Graham Long. -Subject of Review Essays by Jennifer Welsh, Eric Heinze, Steven Lee, Phil Orchard, Peter Hilpold, and Marc G. Doucet