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This article contributes to the field of transitional justice by considering the neglected topic of legal education. It begins by cataloguing the material, human and programmatic ways in which war impacts on legal education. Materially, educational infrastructure may have been destroyed or...
One of the myriad of questions confronting international law as a result of the invasion and occupation of Iraq has been whether and how the need to reconstruct Iraq economically and politically can be reconciled with the demands of the law of military occupation. Moreover, did the occupying...
In its recent judgments in Rumsfeld v Padilla, Hamdi v Rumsfeld and Rasul v Bush, the Supreme Court of the United States rejected the executive’s claim that it has the authority to incarcerate people suspected of terrorist connections without any judicial review. This article argues that,...
When the UN Security Council began authorising humanitarian interventions, its decisions were circumscribed by references to the unique and exceptional character of every situation dealt with. From the point of view of lawmaking, whether the Security Council claims that every situation is unique...
International criminal law is characterised by a multiplicity of legal regimes; those comprising the family of domestic law; international criminal tribunal regimes that are susceptible only to the law circumscribed by the Security Council and which can differ from general international law; and...
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