Now available: 2011 Australian International Law Journal

1 June 2012

The Australian International Law Journal is published by the Australian Branch of the International Law Association, in conjunction with the Sydney Centre for International Law (SCIL).

The 2011 issue contains a range of peer-refereed articles, case notes and book reviews of relevance to practitioners and students of international law.

In this issue, topics covered include:

  • the Asian Development Bank;
  • human rights protection in the Asia-Pacific;
  • refugee protection in Australia;
  • amnesties under international criminal law;
  • victim participation and head of state immunity at the International Criminal Court;
  • resolving international investment and tax disputes in the Asia-Pacific;
  • inter-state trade disputes in an Asia-Pacific regional free trade agreement;
  • the non-enforcement of arbitral awards.

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