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1. Applicable law issues in international arbitration = Questions de droit applicable dans l’arbitrage international

2. Culture and international trade law : from conflict to coordination

3. Denationalisation and its discontents : citizenship revocation in the 21st century: legal, political and moral implications

4. Due diligence in international law

5. Encyclopedia of ocean law and policy in Asia-Pacific

6. Environmental human rights : new thinking from Latin America and the Caribbean

7. Individual criminal responsibility for autonomous weapons systems in international criminal law

8. Law of international trade in the region of the Caucasus : public international law, private law, dispute settlement

9. Maritime cooperation and security in the Indo-Pacific region : essays in honour of Sam Bateman

10. National space law in Poland

11. Prolonged occupation and international law : Israel and Palestine

12. Protecting financial consumers in Europe : comparative perspectives and policy choices

13. Religious diversity, state, and law : national, transnational and international challenges

14. Space law in a networked world

15. Switzerland and the EU : a challenging relationship

16. Trade in services

17. Transformative environmental constitutionalism

18. The Universal Declaration of Human Rights

19. Upholding the prohibition of torture : the contribution of the European court of human rights

20. A commentary on the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child, Optional Protocol 2 : on the sale of children, child prostitution and child pornography

21. The dilemma of consent to international arbitration in investment agreements without a forum

22. The state of Taiwan : from international law to geopolitics

23. Africa and the Universality of Human Rights

24. Beyond imperfect justice : legality and fair labelling in international criminal law

25. Capital, market and the state : reconciling free movement of capital with public interest objectives