Nbr. 18, January 2011
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- The Asian Development Bank and the role of human rights in the pursuit of just and sustainable development in the Asia-Pacific region: an advocacy role for Australia?
- The last frontier of human rights protection: interrogating resistance to regional cooperation in the Asia-Pacific.
- From humanitarian discretion to complementary protection - reflections on the emergence of human rights-based refugee protection in Australia.
- The nature, status and future of amnesties under international criminal law.
- Victim participation at the International Criminal Court and its impact on procedural fairness.
- Novel treaty-based approaches to resolving International Investment and Tax Disputes in the Asia-Pacific region.
- Innovative mechanisms for resolving or avoiding inter-state trade disputes in an Asia-Pacific regional free trade agreement.
- Breaking in the 'unruly horse': the status of mandatory rules of law as a public policy basis for the non-enforcement of arbitral awards.
- The survival of head of state immunity at the International Criminal Court.
- Plaintiff M 70/2011 v Minister for Immigration and Citizenship: plaintiff M106/2011 v Minister for Immigration and Citizenship.
- Habib v. Commonwealth of Australia.
- Interlocutory Decision on the applicable law: terrorism, conspiracy, homicide, perpetration, Cumulative Charging (United Nations Special Tribunal for Lebanon, Appeals Chamber.
- Appellate Body Report, Australia - measures affecting the importation of apples from New Zealand, WTO Doc WT/DS367/AB/R (29 November 2010).
- Holder, Attorney general v Humanitarian Law Project 561 US (2010): does training in international humanitarian law and human rights law constitute 'material support to terrorism'?
- Morrison v. National Australia Bank Ltd.
- The International Law of the Sea.
- The Institutionalization of Torture by the Bush Administration.
- The Draft Civil Code of the People's Republic of China: English Translation.
- Corruption and Human Rights in India: Comparative Perspectives on Transparency and Good Governance.