RegNet scholar Michelle Burgis-Kasthala has written an opinion piece in The Australian on US President Trump’s proposal to move the US Embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem and the possible consequences for the peace process in the region.
UNSW Law Professor and RegNet Honorary Professor Martin Krygier has been awarded the prestigious Dennis Leslie Mahoney Prize in Legal Theory.
In this interview with ABC news radio, RegNet PhD scholar Gary Lea discusses the rights and responsibilities of artificial intelligence (AI).
In this interview with Tony Circelli, CEO of the South Australian Environmental Protection Agency, Neil Gunningham considers whether his most influential work on smart regulation is still relevant today.
Three and a half years in the making, Jacqueline Parry has taken her RegNet PhD, ‘Transitional justice and displacement: lessons from Liberia and Afghanistan’ across the globe to assist displaced communities in Iraq.
How far will governments go to prevent scrutiny of their actions and how can civil society effectively resist anti-democratic government policies?
While some African states have clearly rejected the ICC, the majority remain members. How can we explain the fracturing of the Court’s support in Africa?
RegNet congratulates the six scholars who have graduated in the December 2016 ceremonies.
Jon Altman argues in Can Less Work Be More Fair?
Civil society push back against the Sri Lankan government’s consistently self-congratulatory narrative demonstrates that the UPR has the potential to facilitate truth telling and to promote transparency and objectivity.