Public International Law

Dr Kama’s life-changing journey from PNG ‘village kid’ to award-winning PhD scholar

Winners and Losers in an Age of Economic Globalization

The world seems to be coming apart at the seams. Many of the apparent certainties of the post–Cold War era lie in tatters. In the West, what appeared to be a political consensus on the value of economic integration has given way to increasingly acrimonious debates about who wins and who loses in an age of economic globalization. Are Mexican workers stealing US and Canadian jobs? Has the global 1 percent rigged the game for its benefit? Is China engaged in a malevolent campaign for world domination? Or are we all bound to lose on a planet of untrammelled climate change?

Current issues in international law: A view from an Australian in the United Kingdom

Join Professor Robert McCorquodale for an informal Q&A chaired by Trina Malone of the Office of International Law focusing on recent happenings and future directions in international law from the perspective of an Australian practising public international law in the United Kingdom. Matters touched upon will include the Chagos Archipelago Proceedings before the International Court of Justice, challenges associated with Brexit and recent business and human rights initiatives involving governments, multilateral development banks, corporations and civil society.

ANU hosts 16 law schools for national round of Jessup Moot

Donald Rothwell’s expertise on international maritime boundaries features in Venice Biennale

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