RegNet celebrated four graduations in the December graduation ceremonies. Our congratulations to David, Joyce, Sekti and Shelley.
The world is different following adoption of the Paris Agreement on 12 December. We now have a new orientation for the global economy set by the ambition of governments to put a limit to climate change.
ANU has celebrated the contribution of academics and staff who have helped raise the University profile in the media in 2015 at the ANU media awa
Concepts developed with particular meanings in a non-human rights context can enter into a dedicated human rights domain, with particular consequences.
The promises of increased effectiveness, inclusivity and fairness in a human rights based approach response to climate change is questioned.
Charlesworth and Chinkin revisit their ground-breaking feminist analysis of international law.
“You’ve got lawyers, political scientists, philosophers and anthropologists, and I think you need that breadth of expertise to come to grips with something as complicated as ‘why torture?’
Modelling suggests that we will become less food secure, with a substantially reduced capacity to export and that some of the foods which we take for granted, we will have to import in the future.