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Welcome to the FEBRUARY 2021 issue of ANZSIL Perspective. My editorial team and I are delighted to...
Legal Acts and Legal Facts: The Mauritius/ Maldives Maritime Boundary Dispute in the Chagos Archipelago
On 28 January 2021 a Special Chamber of the International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea (ITLOS)...
Leadership Liability for Torture: Complementarity and the age-old problem with complicity in the UK and Australia
Recently ANZSIL member Douglas Guilfoyle discussed the concern that the Brereton report into war...
BOOK REVIEW: Petulant and Contrary: Approaches by the Permanent Five Members of the UN Security Council to the Concept of “Threat to the Peace” Under Article 39 of the UN Charter by Dr Tamsin Paige
One of the key issues in the UN system that has bedevilled international lawyers since 1945 is how...
BOOK REVIEW: Neuroscience and the Problem of Dual Use: Neuroethics in the New Brain Research Projects
Malcolm Dando; Springer, 2020; PAGES 210; €155,99; ISBN 978-3-030- 53790-0 In many scientific...
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