Mark Amstutz

Mark R. Amstutz, a Providence contributing editor, is professor emeritus of political science at Wheaton College. He is the author of a number of works, including Evangelicals and American Foreign PolicyJust Immigration: American Policy in Christian Perspective; and International Ethics: Concepts, Theories, and Cases in Global Politics, now in its fifth edition.

THE ROLE OF MORALITY IN INTERNATIONAL POLITICS
The Role of Morality in International Politics

What is the role of moral values in the conduct of foreign relations? Although many answers have been given, three…

World Order and a Just Witness: Christianity and Immigration
World Order and a Just Witness: Christianity and Immigration Part 2

Little progress can be made toward improving the human condition of migrants without acknowledging the central role of the nation-state.

The Christian Faith and Immigration
The Christian Faith and Immigration

For the most part, church groups have been more interested in political advocacy than in seeking to illuminate how a biblical perspective might contribute to a more just immigration system.

MORAL VALUES IN AN ERA OF GLOBALIZATION: Review of Ignatieff’s The Ordinary Virtues: Moral Order in a Divided World
Moral Values in an Era of Globalization: Review of Ignatieff’s The Ordinary Virtues: Moral Order in a Divided World

Is globalization strengthening shared moral values and behaviors among nation-states? Michael Ignatieff, who has written many journalistic and scholarly books…

The Renewal of Global Order

If nation-states are important in securing global goods, the United States should make the renewal of nation-states a priority so that a more stable global order can be achieved.