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1. Big Data Analytics and Its Impact on Basin Water Agreements and International Water Law

3. EU Law and International Investment Arbitration

4. From exception to promotion: re-thinking the relationship between international trade and environmental law

5. A History of Civil Law in Early China : Cases, Statutes, Concepts and Beyond

6. Human Rights and International Criminal Law

7. The Human Rights of Children : Selected Essays on Children's Rights

8. Individual criminal responsibility for the financing of entities involved in core crimes

9. International law and chemical, biological, radio-nuclear (CBRN) events. : towards an all-hazards approach

10. Interstitial Law-Making in Public International Law: A Study of Environmental Impact Assessments

11. Justice and Society in the Highlands of Scotland

12. Land and Forest Rights of Amazonian Indigenous Peoples from a National and International Perspective

13. Navigating the Unknown: Navigating the Unknown Essays on Selected Case Studies about the Rights of Minorities

14. Rwanda revisited : genocide, civil war, and the transformation of international law

15. Sacred Polities, Natural Law and the Law of Nations in the 16th-17th Centuries

16. State Consent to Foreign Military Intervention during Civil Wars

17. The United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea, Part XI Regime and the International Seabed Authority : A Twenty-Five Year Journey

18. The civil code of the people's republic of China : English translation

19. A geo-legal approach to the english sharia courts : cases and conflicts

20. The law of the sea in the Caribbean

21. The law of whistleblowing : cross-disciplinary, contextual and comparative perspectives

22. The laws of yesterday’s wars : from indigenous australians to the american civil war

23. A new global economic order : new challenges to international trade law

24. Africa and the decolonisation of state-religion policies

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