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From a Judge’s Perspective: Interview with the Chancellor of the High Court
Edward Chin and Vincent Chao
The Empire’s Sentinels: The Privy Council’s Quest to Balance Idealism and Pragmatism
Marking Time: Temporality and the Imperial Cast of Occidental Law
From Theirs to Modernity: The Concept of State – Middle Age Interpretations from the 20th Century and Beyond
The Failed State and Failed State-Building: How Can a Move Away From the Failed State Discourse Inform Development in Somalia?
Sovereignty and the Question of Derogation: An Analysis of Article 15 of the ECHR and the Absence of a Derogation Clause in the ACHPR
Book Review: The Cambridge Companion to Human Rights Law