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1. An introduction to transitional justice

2. Legal and ethical complications of drone warfare

3. Silenced victims of wartime sexual violence

4. Space law : a treatise

5. Nationalization, natural resources and international investment law : contractual relationship as a dynamic bargaining process

6. Human rights-based change : the institutionalisation of economic and social rights

7. Negotiations in the World Trade Organization : design and performance

8. The IMF, the WTO & the politics of economic surveillance

9. Human rights and justice : philosophical, economic, and social perspectives

10. The use of force in UN peacekeeping

11. Human rights and conflict resolution : bridging the theoretical and practical divide

12. The League of Nations : enduring legacies of the first experiment at world organization

13. British media and the Rwandan genocide

14. Inside the United Nations : multilateral diplomacy up close

15. Human rights and drug control : a new perspective

16. The rule of law in developing countries : the case of Bangladesh

17. National law and international human rights law : cases of Botswana, Namibia and Zimbabwe

18. International law and the use of force : cases and materials

19. Disputed territories and international criminal law : israeli settlements and the international criminal court

20. Women and international human rights law : universal periodic review in practice

21. Dignity, degrading treatment and torture in human rights law : the ends of article 3 of tje European convention on human rights

22. International environmental law : a case study analysis

23. Propaganda and international criminal law : from cognition to criminality

24. Africa and international criminal justice : radical evils and the International Criminal Court

25. The state and the paradox of customary law in Africa

26. Texts and materials on international human rights

27. The responsibility to protect in Libya and Syria : mass atrocities, human protection, and international law

28. Fundamentals of international aviation law and policy

29. Between democracy and law : the amorality of secession

30. Anthropocene Antarctica : perspectives from the humanities, law and social sciences

31. South Africa and the UN human rights council : the fate of the liberal order

32. Criminal theory and international human rights law

33. The slave trade, abolition and the long history of international criminal law : the recaptive and the victims

34. Routledge handbook of state recognition

35. The effectiveness of the UN human rights system : reform and the judicialisation of human rights

36. The rule of law in crisis and conflict grey zones : regulating the use of force in a global information environment

37. Routledge handbook of water law and policy

38. Prosecuting juvenile piracy suspects : the international legal framework

39. Holocaust and genocide denial : a contextual perspective

40. International organizations and the rise of ISIL : global responses to human security threats

41. Transitional justice and memory in Cambodia : beyond the extraordinary Chambers

42. The rise and fall of the right of silence

43. Ecological restoration in international environmental law

44. Forging a socio-legal approach to environmental harms : global perspectives

45. Indigenous rights in modern landscapes : nordic conservation regimes in global context

46. Injustice, memory and faith in human rights

47. Propaganda and the genocide in Indonesia

48. International corporate governance : a comparative approach

49. Global challenges in the Arctic region : sovereignty, environment and geopolitical balance

50. Danger, development and legitimacy in East Asian maritime politics : securing the seas, securing the state