Nbr. 14, January 2007
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- The international law of climate change.
- International Law Ass'n (Australian Branch) annual general meeting.
- International law in Australia under the Rudd government: some initial impressions; address to the International Law Ass'n (Australian Branch), annual general meeting.
- Is peace possible through an international rule of law? Speech at the Sydney Centre for international law, faculty of law, the University of Sydney.
- Public address by the Australian Foreign Affairs Minister; address to the annual diplomatic corps Christmas party, Canberra.
- Is the crisis of climate change a crisis for international law: is international law too democratic, too capitalist and too fearful to cope with the crisis of climate change?
- Financing adaptation in Pacific Island countries: prospects for the post-2012 climate change regime.
- There's no place like home: human displacement and climate change.
- Preserving a balanced ocean: regulating climate change mitigation activities in marine areas beyond national jurisdiction.
- Protecting world heritage sites from the adverse impacts of climate change: obligations for states parties to the World Heritage Convention.
- The international legal issues relating to the facilitation of sub-seabed (CO.sub.2) sequestration projects in Australia.
- Human rights and climate change.
- Jurisdiction and choice of law rules for defamation actions in Australia following the Gutnick case and the Uniform Defamation Legislation.
- State responsibility and self-defence in international law post 9/11: has the scope of article 51 of the United Nations Charter been widened as a result of the US response to 9/11?
- Decision no. 2-3/PUU-V/2007 (2007) (Indonesian Constitutional Court).
- Faheem Khalid Lodhi v. Regina.
- The Genocide Convention case: confusion or clarity? Case Concerning the Application of the Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide (Bosnia and Herzegovina v. Serbia and Montenegro), judgment of 26 February 2007, General List No. 91.
- Case concerning the application of the Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide (Bosnia and Herzegovina v. Serbia and Montenegro), judgment of 26 February 2007, General List No. 91.
- Hicks v. Ruddock.
- Climate Law in Australia.
- Beyond Compliance: China, International Organizations, and Global Security.
- International Refugee Law and Socio-Economic Rights.
- Hate Speech and Freedom of Speech in Australia.
- The Institutional Veil in Public International Law: International Organisations and the Law of Treaties.
- Looking South: Australia's Antarctic Agenda.
- Shari'a and Constitutional Reform in Indonesia.