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A library subject guide detailing handy resources for the study of international law.
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New books in the Library: International Law


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Advanced Introduction to International Conflict and Security Law - Nigel D. White
Call Number: Law 341.6 136
ISBN: 9781783473526
Publication Date: 2014-04-30

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Regional Approaches to the Protection of Asylum Seekers - Francesca Ippoloto; Ademola Abass
Call Number: Law 342.083 30
ISBN: 9781409442974
Publication Date: 2014-03-28

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Contemporary Challenges in Regulating Global Crises - Mark Findlay
Call Number: Law 327.172 211
ISBN: 9781137009104
Publication Date: 2013-02-21

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EU External Relations Law - Bart Van Vooren; Ramses Wessel
Call Number: Law 341.2422 403
ISBN: 9781107031128
Publication Date: 2014-04-24

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Non-Legality in International Law - Fleur Johns
Call Number: Law 341.1 204
ISBN: 9781107014015
Publication Date: 2013-01-03

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European Union Law - Damian Chalmers; Gareth Davies; Giorgio Monti
Call Number: Law 341.2422 309 B
ISBN: 9781107664340
Publication Date: 2014-06-19


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The International Court of Justice and the Judicial Function - Gleider Hernandez
Call Number: Law 341.552 49
ISBN: 9780199646630
Publication Date: 2014-07-29

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The International Rule of Law Movement - David Marshall (Editor); Naz Modirzadeh (Editor)
Call Number: Law 340.11 255
ISBN: 9780674365704
Publication Date: 2014-07-28


International Law Subject Guide

This guide provides an overview of resources available for the study of international law and the related field of human rights law. See tabs above for more information.

For information related to human rights generally, rather than from a law perspective, please see the Human Rights subject guide.

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    Justice at the Ends of the Earth: What Rebels and Terrorists Think of Law

    Distinguished Speakers Program: Professor Ben Saul

     

    20 October 2014

    This lecture explores the attitudes and practices of groups labelled as "terrorist" towards international and national law. Why do some groups violate humanitarian norms more than others? What factors pull terrorist groups closer towards respecting human rights, and what factors push them away? Are there ways that the international community can constructively engage with some groups to socialise them into behaving better? What are the limits of such engagement? Are some groups, such as the "Islamic State", so beyond the pale that all we can do is kill them?

     

    About the speaker:
    Dr Ben Saul is Professor of International Law and an Australian Research Council Future Fellow at the University of Sydney. Ben is internationally recognised as a leading expert on global counter-terrorism law, human rights, the law of war, and international crimes.

        

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