Peter Singer is professor of bioethics at Princeton University and laureate professor at the University of Melbourne.
"This is a valuable update to a book that excels at examining
competing solutions for some of the world's critical economic,
environmental, and political problems."-David A. Rezvani, Dartmouth
"One World is an instructive book, especially for American students wrestling with America's poor record as a global citizen. However unpleasant this may be, awareness of the reality is a necessary condition for young people to want to get involved to change things for the better."-David Hoinski, West Virginia University
"As someone who uses this book and some of its details for teaching, I greatly welcome the updated data and evidence. I am not aware of other books on this subject that are accessible to general readers."-Linda Dynan, Northern Kentucky University
"Peter Singer writes, as always, lucidly and with relentless logic. Getting states to behave ethically is a heroic aspiration, but this book will give even the most obdurate realist much to think about."-Gareth Evans, Past President, International Crisis Group, former Australian Foreign Minister
"Peter Singer may be the most controversial philosopher alive; he is certainly among the most influential."-New Yorker (on the earlier edition)