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1. Advanced introduction to global administrative law

2. An African Criminal Court : The African Union's rethinking of international criminal justice

3. British contributions to international law, 1915-2015 : anthology set

4. Changing actors in international law

5. Complying with genocide : the wolf you feed

6. Contemporary international law and China's peaceful development

7. Customary international law

8. Draft statute of the multilateral investment court

9. Eilschiedsrichterverfahren in der Investitionsschiedsgerichtsbarkeit aus rechtlicher und ökonomischer Perspektive

10. Emerging powers, global justice and international economic law : reformers of an unjust order?

11. Evil as a crime against humanity : confronting mass atrocities in a plural world

12. Handbuch der Beschwerde beim EGMR : Zulässigkeit und Verfahren

13. Human dignity and international law

14. Indigenous-industry agreements, natural resources, and the law

15. International law in disaster scenarios : applicable rules and principles

16. Irrational human rights? An examination of international human rights treaties

17. Knowledge for peace : transitional justice and the politics of knowledge in theory and practice

18. Legal Shape-shifting : on the protection of traditional cultural expressions and crossing the boundaries between copyright, cultural heritage and human rights law

19. Legal study on China's sovereignty over the Nansha Islands

20. Manuel de Leuven sur le droit international applicable aux opérations de paix

21. NS-Raubkunst vor amerikanischen Gerichten : aktuelle Entwicklungen der "restitution litigation" in den USA

22. New Frontiers in Asia-Pacific International Arbitration and Dispute Resolution

23. Public actors in international investment law

24. Reciprocity and China's transboundary waters : the law of international watercourses

25. Researching peacebuilding in Africa : reflections on theory, fieldwork and context