Is International Law International?

This book takes the reader on a sweeping tour of the international legal field to reveal some of the patterns of difference, dominance, and disruption that belie international law’s claim to universality.

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Connected world

The recidivism of homicide offenders in Western Australia

How likely is it that murderers will re-offend? The latest research from Rod Broadhurst has the answers.

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Prison fence

Global Governance for Nutrition and the role of UNSCN

Recommendations to the United Nations

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United Nations Head Quarters New York

Food sovereignty and the International Peasants’ Movement

This article considers the role played by the language of human rights in a global campaign for food sovereignty.

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Farmer's market

Selected publications

Selected publications from RegNet researchers, PhD scholars and visitors.

Paper series

Working papers, occasional papers and other research paper series produced by RegNet scholars.

Publications archive

Details of publications over 10 years old are stored in the archive.

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