Two new RegNet projects have received ARC funding through the Discovery Early Career Research Award scheme, announced October 31 2016.
New blog post on War•Crime•Regulation by John Braithwaite looks at why China’s rate of product safety alerts is comparatively so high.
Kyla Tienhaara’s research on inter-state dispute settlements (ISDS) has informed a new Get Up! report titled, The Canary in the Coalmine: a cautionary tale of trade: Canada’s experience of investor-state dispute settlement under NAFTA.
It is essential that a new international framework for managing displacement that is consistent with human dignity and with the rule of law within and between states be forged.
In this the first two parts of a seven part story on TRIPS and how intellectual property became linked to trade, Peter Drahos explains how multinationals from US, Europe, and Japan collaborated to create a global platform for multinationals to privatise knowledge.
Isolating and segregating terrorist offenders could compound the problem of prison radicalisation
Organ donation is a challenge. Numerous competing players and interests jostle over this highly valued and elusive life and death health resource.
In an era of increasingly polarised politics and populist anger, RegNet’s Conversations on Resistance seminar series in the month of November will focus on this concept and various manifestations of resistance across several contexts.
According to this 7.30 report featuring Clarke Jones, putting terror suspects in Goulbourn Supermax prison may lead to more harm - both for suspects and others incarcerated there.
A family destruction lens helps us see more clearly the magnitude of the suffering of male survivors of war and the wide ripples of suffering in their families.