Bender, F. (2024) "Climate Refugeehood: A Counterargument" In: European Journal of Political Theory (forthcoming)

Bender, F. (2024) "Morality in the Refugee Regime? Arguing for More (Political) Realism in Admitting Refugees" In: Perspectives on Politics (forthcoming)

Bender, F. and Silvermann, S. (2024) "Shining a Light in the Dark: The Urgency of Addressing Immigration Detention in Normative Political Theory", Routledge Handbook on the Ethics of Immigration. Akhtar, Sahar (ed.), Routledge (forthcoming)

Ulceluse, M. and Bender, F. (2023) "Still an East-West Divide? The Differential Treatment of Eastern European Migrants During Covid-19", Culture Wars in Europe (Kováts, E. (ed.)), The Institute for Russian, European and Eurasian Studies, The George Washington University: 221-226. 

Bender, F. (2023) "Noncitizenism: Recognising Noncitizen Capabilities in a World of Citizens, written by Tendayi Bloom" In: Journal of Moral Philosophy, 20 (3-4) DOI:

Bender, F. (2022) "What’s political about political refugeehood? A normative re-appraisal" In: Ethics & International Affairs, 36 (3). DOI: 

Ulceluse, M and Bender, F. (2021) "Two-tier EU citizenship: Disposable Eastern European workers during the COVID-19 pandemic" In: Organization, 29 (3). DOI: 

Bender, F. (2021) "Refugees, Development and Autocracies: On What Repairs the State System’s Legitimacy" In: Ethical Perspectives, 28 (3). DOI: 10.2143/EP.28.3.3289826 

Bender, F. (2021) “Should Refugees Govern Refugee Camps?” In: Critical Review of International Social and Political Philosophy (online first). DOI:

Bender, F. (2021)  "Enfranchising the Disenfranchised: Should Refugees Receive Political Rights in Liberal Democracies?" In: Citizenship Studies, 25 (1). DOI:

Bender, F. (2021) "Refugees: The Politically Oppressed" In: Philosophy & Social Criticism, 47 (5). DOI: 

Bender, F. (2020) "What Makes the Public Special? Political Philosophy, Methodology and Politically Motivated Research" In: Australasian Philosophical Review, 4 (1). DOI: 

Bender, F. (2020)  “Abolishing Asylum and Violating the Human Rights of Refugees: Why Is It Tolerated? The Case of Hungary in the EU”. In: “Europe and the Refugee Response: A Crisis of Values?” (Gozdziak, E., Izabella, M. and Suter, B. (ed)). Open Access and available here:

Bender, F. (2018) “Unilateral Decisions on Migration and Their Effects: Towards an International Status Quo on Refugees, Harm and Responsibility”. iASK Working Paper Series II.2018/WP1