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1. The "ecosystem approach" in international environmental law : genealogy and biopolitics

2. ASEAN and power in international relations : ASEAN, the EU, and the contestation of human rights

3. ASEAN law and regional integration : governance and the rule of law in southeast Asia’s single market

4. Aboriginal peoples, colonialism and international law

5. Accessing and implementing human rights and justice : edited by Kurt Mills and Melissa Labonte

6. Accountability, international business operations and the law : providing justice for corporate human rights violations in global value chains

7. Adding, stirring and inventing : making women matter in international law

8. Adjudicating global business in and with India : international commercial and investment disputes settlement

9. Affectedness and participation in international institutions

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

11. African Interventionist States

12. African Union law : the emergence of a sui generis legal order

13. African customary justice : living law, legal pluralism, and public ethics

14. Akehurst's modern introduction to international law

15. Akehurst's modern introduction to international law

16. Amnesty, serious crimes and international law : global perspectives in theory and practice

17. Ancient indigenous human remains and the law

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

19. Arbitration concerning the South China sea : Philippines versus China

20. Armed conflict and forcible displacement : individual rights under international law

21. Armed conflict and human rights law : protecting civilians and international humanitarian law

22. Armed drones and globalizations in the asymmetric war on terror : challenges for the law of armed conflict and global political economy

23. Asian approaches to international law and the legacy of colonialism and imperialism : the law of the sea, territorial disputes and international dispute settlement

24. Asian perspectives on international investment law

25. Assisted suicide and the European Convention on Human Rights

26. Autonomous policy making by international organizations

27. Backstage practices of transnational law

28. The Bakassi dispute and the International Court of Justice : continuing challenges

29. Between democracy and law : the amorality of secession

30. Beyond human rights and the war on terror

31. Beyond humanitarian intervention : the responsibility to protect

32. Beyond the responsibility to protect in international law : an ethics of irresponsibility

33. Beyond transitional justice : transformative justice and the state of the field (or non-field)

34. Bilateral trade agreements in the Asia-Pacific : origins, evolution, and implications

35. British media and the Rwandan genocide

36. Business and human rights : from principles to practice

37. Business and human rights : history, law and policy - bridging the accountability gap

38. Business, Human Rights and Transitional Justice

39. Business, compliance and human rights law : the effectiveness of transnational private regulations for vulnerable stakeholders

40. Cases and materials on the law of international organizations

41. Causes and consequences of international conflict : data, methods and theory

42. Child rights and international discrimination law : implementing Article 2 of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child

43. Children and international human rights law : the right of the child to be heard

44. Children's rights and refugee law : conceptualising children within the refugee convention

45. Children's rights and traditional values

46. Children's rights law in the global human rights landscape : isolation, inspiration, integration?

47. China's foreign investment legal regime : progress and limitations

48. China's maritime boundaries in the South China Sea : historical and international law perspectives

49. China's policy towards territorial disputes : the case of the South China Sea islands

50. China's policy towards the South China Sea : When geopolitics meets the law of the sea

51. China, cultural heritage, and international law

52. Christianity and global law

53. Civil society and international governance : the role of non-state actors in global and regional regulatory frameworks

54. Climate change finance and international law

55. Climate change law, technology transfer and sustainable development

56. Climate change negotiations : a guide to resolving disputes and faciliting multilateral cooperation

57. Collective punishment and human rights law : addressing gaps in international law

58. Colonial and post-colonial constitutionalism in the commonwealth : peace, order and good government

59. Colonial legacies and the rule of law in Africa : Ghana, Kenya, Nigeria, South Africa and Zimbabwe

60. Compensation for environmental damage under international law

61. Competing sovereignties

62. The Concept of Military Objectives in International Law and Targeting Practice

63. Conflict management, security and intervention in East Asia : third-party mediation in regional conflict

64. Conflict prevention and peace-building in post-war societies : sustaining the peace

65. Conflict, security and the reshaping of society : the civilization of war

66. Confronting cyberespionage under international law

67. Constituent power and the legitimacy of international organizations : the constitution of supranationalism

68. Constitution-making in Asia : decolonisation and state-building in the aftermath of the British Empire

69. Constitutionalizing transitional justice : how constitutions and constitutional courts deal with past atrocity

70. Constructing sovereignty between politics and law

71. Constructivism and international relations : Alexander Wendt and his critics

72. Contemporary human rights challenges : the Universal declaration of human rights and its continuing relevance

73. Contest for the South China Sea

74. Coordinating public and private sustainability : green energy policy, international trade law, and economic mechanisms

75. Corporate accountability under socio-economic rights

76. Corporate power and human rights

77. Cosmopolitan justice and its discontents

78. Counter-terrorism and the detention of suspected terrorists : preventive detention and international human rights law

79. Court delay and human rights remedies : enforcing the right to a fair hearing 'within a reasonable time'

80. Crimes of globalization

81. Criminal punishment and human rights : convenient morality

82. Criminal responsibility for the crime of aggression

83. Criminal theory and international human rights law

84. Critical approaches to international criminal law : an introduction

85. The Cuban embargo under international law : el bloqueo

86. Cultural defences at the International Criminal Court

87. Cultural diversity in international law : the effectiveness of the UNESCO Convention on the Protection and Promotion of the Diversity of Cultural Expressions

88. Cultural expertise and litigation

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

90. De facto states in Eurasia

91. Decolonizing law : indigenous, third world and settler perspectives

92. Defendants and victims in international criminal justice : ensuring and balancing their rights

93. Demilitarization and international law in context : the Åland islands

94. Democracy in international law-making : principles from Persian philosophy

95. Development-induced displacement and human rights in Africa : the Kampala convention

96. Differential Treatment in International Environmental Law

97. Dignity and international human rights law : an introduction to the Punta del Este declaration on human dignity for everyone everywhere

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

99. Disarmament law : reviving the field

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