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1. Changing orders in international economic law : a japanese perspective

2. Constitutional law and politics of secession

3. Cosmopolitanism, state sovereignty and international law and politics : a theory

4. Critical approaches to genocide : history, politics and aesthetics of 1915

5. Decolonising restorative justice : a case of policy reform

6. Human rights and development

7. International law and the history of resource extraction in Africa : capital accumulation and underdevelopment, 1450-1918

8. Public interest litigation in international law

9. Public international law

10. Reflections on the future of human rights

11. Reimagining the international legal order

12. The Routledge handbook of heritage destruction

13. The Routledge handbook of polar law

14. Sovereignty and the limits of international law : regulating areas beyond national jurisdiction

15. The United Nations convention on the law of the sea : a system of regulation

16. Decolonizing constitutionalism : beyond false or impossible promises

17. The law of the sea and maritime boundary disputes in areas of hydrocarbon potential : a review of global hot spots

18. Atrocity crimes, children and international criminal courts : killing childhood

19. Biosafety measures, technology risks and the World Trade Organization : thriving and surviving in the age of biotech

20. China's foreign investment law in the new normal. : framing the trajectory and dynamics

21. Classifying genocide in international law : the substantiality requirement

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

23. Demystifying modern slavery

24. Domesticating international criminal law : reflections on the Italiand and German experiences

25. The European Convention of Human Rights regime : reform of immigration and minority policies from Afar