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On the borders of solidarity: Ethics, power and immigration controls.Soundings, 63.
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At the borders of political theory: Carens and the ethics of immigration.European Journal of Political Theory, 14 (4).
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Taking moral equality seriously: Egalitarianism and immigration controls.Journal of International Political Theory, 8 (1-2).
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The body politic: Theorising disability and impairment.Journal of Applied Philosophy, 24 (2).
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Human rights and the national interest: Migrants, healthcare and social justice.Journal of Medical Ethics, 33 (5).
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Embracing the nation.Res Publica, 6 (3).
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Social liberty and the physically disabled.Journal of Applied Philosophy, 4 (1).
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