SOAS University of London

Colonialism, Empire and International Law

CCEIL Publications

Publications of CCEIL members can be found below on this page:

Authored Books

Craven, Matthew (2007) The Decolonization of International Law: State Succession and the Law of Treaties. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Craven, Matthew (1995) The International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights: A Perspective on its Development. Oxford: Clarendon Press.

Articles

Grady, Kate (2019) 'For whom the bell tolls: London’s Iraq and Afghanistan memorial 1990-2015'. London Review of International Law, (7) 3, pp 353-376.

Rao, Rahul (2017) 'Subalternity and International Law: In Appreciation of Di Otto'. Melbourne Journal of International Law, (18) 2, pp 135-137.

Hamzić, Vanja (2017) 'Affective Critique: Fear, Hope, Abandonment and Pleasure in Dianne Otto’s Living with International Law'. Melbourne Journal of International Law, (18) 2, pp 125-130.

Hamzić, Vanja (2017) 'Affective Critique: Fear, Hope, Abandonment and Pleasure in Dianne Otto's Living with International Law'. feminists@law, (7) 1, pp 1-6.

Grady, Kate (2016) 'Sex, Statistics, Peacekeepers and Power: UN Data on Sexual Exploitation and Abuse and the Quest For Legal Reform'. Modern Law Review, (79) 6, pp 931-960.

Grady, Kate (2016) 'Disciplinary Offences at the Court Martial'. Criminal Law Review, pp 714-742.

Bhandar, Brenna (2016) 'Status as Property: Identity, Land and the Dispossession of First Nations Women in Canada'. darkmatter Journal, (14).

Bhandar, Brenna and Bhandar, Davina (2016) 'Cultures of Dispossession: Critical Reflections on Rights, Status and Identities'. darkmatter Journal, (14).

Bhandar, Brenna (2016) 'Possession, Occupation and Registration: Recombinant Ownership in the Settler Colony'. Settler Colonial Studies, (6) 2, pp 119-132.

Bhandar, Brenna and Toscano, Alberto (2016) 'Representing Palestinian Dispossession: Land, Property and Photography in the Settler Colony'. Settler Colonial Studies, (7) 1, pp 1-18.

Bhandar, Brenna (2015) 'Title By Registration: instituting modern property law and creating racial value in the settler colony'. Journal of Law and Society, pp 253-282.

Bhandar, Brenna and Toscano, Alberto (2015) 'Race, Real Estate and Real Abstraction'. Radical Philosophy, (194), pp 8-17.

Craven, Matthew (2015) 'Between Law and History: the Berlin Conference of 1884-85 and the Logic of Free Trade'. London Review of International Law, (3) 1, pp 31-59.

Rao, Rahul (2015) 'Re-membering Mwanga: same-sex intimacy, memory and belonging in postcolonial Uganda'. Journal of Eastern African Studies, (9) 1, pp 1-19.

Bhandar, Brenna (2014) 'Critical Legal Studies and the Politics of Property'. Property Law Review, (3), pp 186-194.

Bhandar, Brenna (2014) 'Property, Law, and Race: modes of abstraction'. UC Irvine Law Review, (4) 1, pp 203-218.

Grady, Kate (2014) 'International Crimes in the Courts of England and Wales'. Criminal Law Review, (10), pp 693-722.

Grady, Kate (2014) 'International Crimes in the Courts of England and Wales'. 60th Anniversary Commemorative Edition of the Criminal Law Review, pp S142-S171.

Otomo, Yoriko (2014) 'Her proper name: a revisionist account of international law'. London Review of International Law, (2) 1, pp 149-154.

Craven, Matthew and Drew, Catriona and Humphreys, S. and Lang, A. and Marks, S. (2013) 'The London Review of International Law Begins'. London Review of International Law, (1) 1, pp 1-5.

Bhandar, Brenna (2012) 'Strategies of Legal Rupture: The Politics of Judgment'. Windsor Yearbook of Access to Justice, (30), pp 59-78.

Craven, Matt (2012) 'On Foucault and Wolff or from Law to Political Economy'. Leiden Journal of International Law, (25), pp 627-645.

Bhandar, Brenna (2011) 'Plasticity and Post-Colonial Recognition: Owning, Knowing and Being'. Law and Critique, (22) 3, pp 227-249.

Hamzić, Vanja (2011) 'The Case of “Queer Muslims”: Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity in International Human Rights Law and Muslim Legal and Social Ethos'. Human Rights Law Review, (11) 2, pp 237-274.

Grady, Kate (2010) 'Sexual Exploitation and Abuse by UN Peacekeepers: A Threat to Impartiality'. International Peacekeeping, (17) 2, pp 215-228.

Bhandar, Brenna (2009) 'Constituting Practices and Things: The Concept of the Network and Studies in Law, Gender and Sexuality'. Feminist Legal Studies, (17), pp 325-332.

Bhandar, Brenna (2009) 'The Ties That Bind: Multiculturalism and Secularism Reconsidered'. Journal of Law and Society, (36) 3, pp 301-326.

Gross, Aeyal (2008) 'Sex, Love, and Marriage: Questioning Gender and Sexuality Rights in International Law'. Leiden Journal of International Law, (21), pp 235-253.

Bhandar, Brenna (2007) 'Recovering the Limits of Recognition: The Politics of Difference and Decolonisation in John Borrows' Recovering Canada: The Resurgence of Indigenous Law'. Australian Feminist Law Journal, (27), pp 125-151.

Craven, Matthew (2005) 'What Happened to Unequal Treaties? The Continuities of Informal Empire'. Nordic Journal of International Law, (74), pp 335-382.

Bhandar, Brenna (2004) 'Anxious Reconciliation(s): unsettling foundations and spatialising history'. Environment and Planning D: Society and Space, (22), pp 831-845.

Craven, Matthew and Marks, Susan and Simpson, Gerry and Wilde, Ralph (2004) ''We are Teachers of International Law''. Leiden Journal of International Law, (17), pp 363-374.

Rao, Rahul (2004) 'The Empire Writes Back (to Michael Ignatieff)'. Millennium: Journal of International Studies, (33) 1, pp 145-166.

Craven, Matthew (2002) 'The Bosnia Case Revisited and the New Yugoslavia'. Leiden Journal of International Law, (15), pp 323-343.

Craven, Matthew (2002) 'Humanitarianism and the Quest for Smarter Sanctions'. European Journal of International Law, (vol. 1), pp 43-61.

Drew, Catriona (2001) 'The East Timor Story: International Law on Trial'. European Journal of International Law, (12(4)), pp 651-684.

Craven, Matthew (2000) 'Legal Differentiation and the Concept of the Human Rights Treaty in International Law'. European Journal of International Law, (11) 3, pp 489-519.

Craven, Matthew (1998) 'The Problem of State Succession and the Identity of States under International Law'. European Journal of International Law, (9), pp 142-162.

Craven, Matthew (1997) 'The Genocide Case, the Law of Treaties and State Succession'. British Yearbook of International Law, (68), pp 127-163.

Scobbie, Iain G.M. and Drew, Catriona (1996) 'Self-Determination Undetermined: The Case of East Timor'. Leiden Journal of International Law, (9) 1, pp 185-211.

Craven, Matthew (1996) 'The European Community Arbitration Commission on Yugoslavia'. British Yearbook of International Law, (66), pp 333-413.

Edited Books or Journals

Bhandar, Brenna and Bhandar, Davina, (eds.), (2016) Reflections on Dispossession: Critical Feminisms. London: Darkmatter Journal 14.

Bhandar, Brenna and Goldberg-Hiller, Jon, (eds.), (2015) Plastic Materialities: Politics, Legality, and Metamorphosis in the Work of Catherine Malabou. Durham, NC: Duke University Press.

Heathcote, Gina and Otto, Dianne, (eds.), (2014) Rethinking Peacekeeping, Gender Equality and Collective Security. London: Palgrave Macmillian. (Thinking Gender in Transnational Times).

Craven, Matthew and Fitzmaurice, Malgosia and Vogiatzi, Maria, (eds.), (2007) Time, History and International Law. Leiden; Boston: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers. (Developments in International Law; 58).

Craven, Matthew and Fitzmaurice, M., (eds.), (2005) Interrogating the treaty: essays in the contemporary law of treaties. The Netherlands: Wolf Legal Publishers.

Book Chapters

Kelsall, Michelle Staggs (2020) '‘Poisonous Flowers on the Dust-heap of a Dying Capitalism’: The United Nations Code of Conduct on Transnational Corporations, Contingency and Failure in International Law'. In: Heller, Kevin and Venzke, Ingo, (eds.), Contingency in International Law. Oxford University Press. [Forthcoming]

Grady, Kate (2020) 'Towards a Carceral Geography of International Law'. In: Pahuja, Sundhya and Chalmers, Shane, (eds.), The Routledge Handbook of International Law and the Humanities. Routledge. [Forthcoming]

Kelsall, Michelle (2020) 'In Search of the Individual in the ASEAN Human Rights Declaration'. In: Toniatti, Roberto, (ed.), Constitutional Protection of Minorities: Comparing Concepts, Models and Experiences in Asia and Europe. Brill. [Forthcoming]

Hamzić, Vanja (2019) 'Pakistan's Cold War(s) and International Law'. In: Craven, Matthew and Pahuja, Sundhya and Gerry, Simpson, (eds.), International Law and the Cold War. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp 447-466.

Craven, Matthew and Parfitt, Rose (2018) 'Statehood, Self-Determination and Recognition'. In: Evans, Malcolm, (ed.), International Law, 5th Edition. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp 177-226.

Craven, Matthew (2018) 'The Ends of Consent'. In: Bowman, Michael J. and Kritsiotis, Dino, (eds.), Conceptual and Contextual Perspectives on the Modern Law of Treaties. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp 103-135.

Bhandar, Brenna (2017) 'Registering Interests: Modern Methods of Valuing Labour, Land and Life'. In: Desautels-Stein, Justin and Tomlins, Christopher, (eds.), Searching For Contemporary Legal Thought. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp 290-311.

Hamzić, Vanja (2017) 'International Law as Violence: Competing Absences of the Other'. In: Otto, D., (ed.), Queering International Law: Possibilities, Alliances, Complicities, Risks. Abingdon; New York: Routledge, pp 77-90.

Drew, Catriona (2017) 'Remembering 1948: Who’s Afraid of International Law in the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict?'. In: Gaita, Raimond and Simpson, Gerry, (eds.), Who’s Afraid of International Law?. Melbourne: Monash University Press.

Hamzić, Vanja (2017) 'Selfhood and Archipelago in Indonesia: A Case for Human Polyversality'. In: Sircar, O. and Jain, P., (eds.), New Intimacies / Old Desires: Law, Culture and Queer Politics in Neoliberal Times. New Delhi: Zubaan Books; Chicago University Press, pp 235-252.

Chang, Bi-Yu (2016) '戰後初期 (1945-68年)臺灣小學地理知識傳授中的家國想像'. In: Mei, Chia-lin and Lin, Pei-yin, (eds.), 交界與游移:跨文史的文化傳譯與知識生產 [Cross-border and Migration: Cultural Translation and Knowledge Production]. Taipei: Rye Field 麥田, pp 335-366.

Craven, Matthew (2016) 'Theorising the Turn to History in International Law'. In: Orford, Anne and Hoffman, Florian, (eds.), The Oxford Handbook of the Theory of International Law. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Bhandar, Brenna and Goldberg-Hiller, Jon (2015) 'Law, Sovereignty and Recognition'. In: Bhandar, Brenna and Goldberg-Hiller, Jonathan, (eds.), Plastic Materialities: Politics, Legality and Metamorphosis in the Work of Catherine Malabou. Durham, NC: Duke University Press, pp 209-232.

Bhandar, Brenna and Goldberg-Hiller, Jonathan (2015) 'Introduction: Staging Encounters'. In: Bhandar, Brenna and Goldberg-Hiller, Jonathan, (eds.), Plastic Materialities: Politics, Legality and Metamorphosis in the Work of Catherine Malabou. Durham, NC: Duke University Press, pp 1-34.

Rao, Rahul (2015) 'Echoes of Imperialism in LGBT Activism'. In: Nicolaïdis, Kalypso and Sèbe, Berny and Maas, Gabrielle, (eds.), Echoes of Empire: Memory, Identity and Colonial Legacies. London: I. B. Tauris, pp 355-372.

Heathcote, Gina (2014) 'Participation, Gender and Security'. In: Heathcote, Gina and Otto, Dianne, (eds.), Rethinking Peacekeeping, Gender Equality and Collective Security. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

Bhandar, Brenna (2012) 'Dis-assembling legal form: ownership and the racial body'. New Critical Legal Thinking: law and the political. London: Routledge, pp 112-127.

Craven, Matthew (2012) 'Colonialism and Domination'. In: Fassbender, Bardo and Peters, Anne, (eds.), Oxford Handbook of the History of International Law. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp 862-889.

Craven, Matthew (2012) 'The Invention of a Tradition: Westlake, The Berlin Conference and the Historicisation of International Law'. In: Vec, M. and Nuzzo, L., (eds.), Constructing International Law: The Birth of a Discipline. Frankfurt am Main: Klosterman, pp 363-403.

Bhandar, Brenna (2011) 'The Conceit of Sovereignty: Toward Post-Colonial Technique'. Stories Communities: Narratives of Contact and Arrival in Constituting Political Community. Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press, pp 66-88.

Otomo, Yoriko (2011) 'Blind Spots and Hook Turns: Searching for Virtue in International Law'. In: Kuovo, Sari and Pearson, Zoe, (eds.), Between Resistance and Compliance? Feminist Perspectives on International Law in an Era of Anxiety and Terror. Oxford: Hart Publishing.

Craven, Matt (2010) 'Statehood, Self-Determination and Recognition'. In: Evans, Malcolm D., (ed.), International Law. (3rd ed.). Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp 203-251.

Gross, Aeyal (2008) 'After the Falls: International Law between Postmodernity and Anti-Modernity'. In: Jouannet, Emmanuelle and Ruiz Fabri, Hélène and Sorel, Jean-Marc, (eds.), Regards d'une génération sur le Droit International. Paris: Pedone, pp 183-208.

Bhandar, Brenna (2007) ''Spatialising History' and Opening Time: Resisting the Reproduction of the Proper Subject'. Law and the Politics of Reconciliation. Farnham: Ashgate, pp 93-110.

Craven, Matthew (2007) 'The Violence of Dispossession: Extraterritoriality and Economic, Social and Cultural Rights'. In: Baderin, Mashood and McCorquodale, Robert, (eds.), Economic, Social and Cultural Rights in Action. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp 71-88.

Drew, Catriona (2007) 'The Meaning of Self-determination: “The Stealing of the Sahara” Redux?'. In: Arts, K. and Leite, P., (eds.), International Law and the Question of Western Sahara. Leiden: International Platform of Jurists for East Timor (IPJET).

Craven, Matthew (2006) 'Some Thoughts on the Emergent Right to Water'. In: Riedel, Eibe and Rothen, Peter, (eds.), The Human Right to Water. Berlin: Berliner Wissenschafts-Verlag.

Craven, Matthew (2005) 'Unity, Diversity and the Fragmentation of International Law'. In: Klabbers, J. and Tuori, T., (eds.), Finnish Yearbook of International Law, Volume 14 (2003). Brill, pp 3-34.

Craven, Matthew (2005) 'What Happened to Unequal Treaties? The Continuities of Informal Empire'. In: Craven, M. and Fitzmaurice, M., (eds.), Interrogating the Treaty. Essays in the Contemporary Law of Treaties.. Wolf Legal Publishers, pp 43-80.

Craven, Matthew (2004) 'For the 'Common Good': Rights and Interests in the Law of State Responsibility'. In: Fitzmaurice, M. and Sarooshi, D., (eds.), Issues of State Responsibility before International Judicial Institutions. Hart Publishing, pp 105-127.

Gross, Aeyal (2001) 'Between the Homosocial and the Homoerotic: Gays/Military in Comparative and International Law - A Summary'. Hague Yearbook of International Law. The Hague: Kluwer Law International, pp 86-91.

Craven, Matthew (1998) 'The Protection of Economic, Social and Cultural Rights under the Inter-American System of Human Rights'. In: D, eds, (ed.), The Inter-American System of Human Rights. Oxford University Press, pp 289-321.

Drew, Catriona (1997) 'Self-determination, Population Transfer and the Middle East Peace Accords'. In: Bowen, Stephen, (ed.), Human Rights, Self-determination and Political Change in the Palestinian Occupied Territories. Kluwer Law International: The Hague, pp 119-168.

Monographs and Working Papers

Thompson, Alison and Staggs, Michelle (2007) The Defence Office at the Special Court for Sierra Leone: A Critical Perspective. Berkeley: University of California, Berkeley.

Conference Items

Hamzić, Vanja (2020) 'Worldings of "Us" and of Tumbleweeds: On Spillage and Matter in a Messy, Intersubjective Here (and Elsewhere)' In: Thinking Like Tumbleweeds: Bodily Genres and the Vitality of Beings at Large, RAI2020: Anthropology and Geography: Dialogues Past, Present and Future, June 2020, SOAS University of London. [Unpublished]

Hamzić, Vanja (2020) 'Worldings that Spill and that Matter' In: Feminism and Materialism in International Relations, International Studies Association Annual Convention, March 2020, Honolulu, HI, USA. [Unpublished]

Hamzić, Vanja and Thomas, Chantal (2019) 'Migration' In: Lunch Roundtable, IGLP Retreat, November 2019, Chatham, Cape Cod, MA, USA. [Unpublished]

Hamzić, Vanja (2019) 'On Triple Dispossession in Louisiana: Initial Thoughts' In: Beyond Inequality Workshop, October 2019, Cape Cod, MA, USA. [Unpublished]

Hamzić, Vanja (2019) 'Binaries, Intersected: The Trouble of Global Governance in Post-colonial Mali' In: discussion on Vasuki Nesiah’s ‘Trigger: Gender as Tool and Weapon’, Inaugural Annual Lecture on Gender Studies and Law, October 2019, SOAS University of London. [Unpublished]

Hamzić, Vanja (2019) 'The Wordsmiths of Time: Gender Variance, Social Status and Distemporalities in “Eighteenth-Century” Greater Senegambia' In: Panel on Distemporalities: Collisions, Insurrections and Reorientations in the Worlding of Time, On Time: The Biennial Conference of the Finnish Anthropological Society, August 2019, Helsinki, Finland. [Unpublished]

Hamzić, Vanja (2019) 'A Turn to Governance: Feminist Conundrums and Pakistan’s Neoliberal Future Past' In: Panel on Feminist Theories and Epistemologies from the Global South, Symposium on Critical Approaches to International Law, August 2019, Griffith College Dublin, Ireland. [Unpublished]

Hamzić, Vanja (2019) 'Interruption: Rethinking Circum-Atlantic Gender Variance of the Enslaved in Eighteenth-Century West Africa and Colonial Louisiana' In: Roundtable Session on Critical Directions: On Gender, Law and Intersectional Subjectivities, Law and Society Association Annual Conference, May 2019, Washington, DC, USA. [Unpublished]

Hamzić, Vanja (2019) 'Arendt in New Orleans: On Violence, Power and Insurrectionary Pasts' In: Panel on Hannah Arendt: On Violence, Power and Revolution, Law and Society Association Annual Conference, May 2019, Washington, DC, USA. [Unpublished]

Hamzić, Vanja (2019) 'On Freedom beyond the Liberal Paradigm: Reading Ratna Kapur’s Gender, Alterity and Human Rights' In: Author Meets Reader Session, Law and Society Association Annual Conference, May 2019, Washington, DC, USA. [Unpublished]

Hamzić, Vanja (2019) 'Re-Gendering the Ɲamakalaw: Empire, Personhood and Violence in Eighteenth-Century Greater Senegambia' In: GenderX: Transnational and Decolonial Perspectives on and beyond the Gender Binary, May 2019, Centre for Gender Studies, SOAS University of London. [Unpublished]

Hamzić, Vanja (2017) ''Pakistan’s Cold War(s) and International Law'' In: Cold War International Law IV, September 2017, Tbilisi, Georgia. [Unpublished]

Grady, Kate (2017) 'Non-Sexual Misconduct by United Nations Peacekeepers – Why the Silence?' In: Society of Legal Scholars Annual Conference, 7-8 September 2017, Dublin. [Unpublished]

Hamzić, Vanja (2017) ''International Law as Violence: The Catastrophic Other'' In: Critical Legal Conference, September 2017, University of Warwick, Coventry, UK. [Unpublished]

Hamzić, Vanja (2017) ''Archival Violence: An Ethnography of (Un)Archiving Enslaved Gender-Variant West Africans'' In: Biennial Conference, Society for the Anthropology of Religion, May 2017, Tulane University, New Orleans, Louisiana, USA. [Unpublished]

Hamzić, Vanja (2017) '‘Gender-Variance, Society and Law in Indonesia’' In: The IGLP Asian Regional Workshop, Institute for Global Law and Policy, Harvard Law School, January 2017, Bangkok, Thailand. [Unpublished]

Hamzić, Vanja (2016) '‘Affective Critique: Fear, Hope, Abandonment and Pleasure in Dianne Otto’s Living with International Law’' In: Symposium to Celebrate the Work of Professor Dianne Otto, September 2016, Centre for Gender Studies, SOAS, University of London. [Unpublished]

Hamzić, Vanja (2016) '‘International Law as Violence: Competing Absences of the Other’' In: Queer Perspectives on Law III: Queering the International: Internationalising the Queer, January 2016, Centre for Gender Studies, SOAS, University of London. [Unpublished]

Hamzić, Vanja (2015) 'International Law as Violence: Competing Absences of the Other' In: Queering International Law: Possibilities, Alliances, Complicities, Risks, December 2015, Institute for International Law and the Humanities, Melbourne Law School, Melbourne, Australia. [Unpublished]

Grady, Kate (2015) 'The Tyranny of Numbers: UN Statistics on Sexual Exploitation and Abuse by its Peacekeepers' In: Academic Council on the United Nations System Annual Meeting 2015, 11-13 June 2015, The Hague. [Unpublished]

Grady, Kate (2014) 'Sexual violence against women during and post-conflict: are UN peacekeepers part of the solution or part of the problem?' In: Women in and at War Conference, 18 - 19 September, 2014, University of Warwick. [Unpublished]

Hamzić, Vanja (2012) 'Re-Centring Periphery through Non-Co-Operation: Khwajasara Movement and Limits of Global Law in Pakistan' In: International Law and the Periphery Conference, February 2012, American University in Cairo. [Unpublished]

Hamzić, Vanja (2011) 'Dress to Impress: Phenomenology and Materiality of Liberal Human Rights Fashion in Global Law and in Indonesia' In: The Phenomenology of Global Order: Inquiries into the Materiality of International Law, 7 September 2011, Centre for the Study of Colonialism, Empire and International Law, SOAS, University of London.

Grady, Kate (2008) 'Sexual Exploitation and Abuse by United Nations Peacekeepers: A Threat to Impartiality' In: Society of Legal Scholars Annual Conference, 2008, London School of Economics. [Unpublished]

Book Reviews

Hamzić, Vanja (2016) 'Review of: Ethnicity and International Law: Histories, Politics and Practices by Mohammad Shahabuddin'. Melbourne Journal of International Law, (17) 2, pp 489-493.

Hamzić, Vanja (2016) 'Book Review: The Politics of Islamic Law: Local Elites, Colonial Authority and the Making of the Muslim State by Iza R. Hussin'. LSE Review of Books.

Bhandar, Brenna (2010) 'A Review of Zeina B. Ghandour's A Discourse on Domination in Mandate Palestine: Imperialism, Property and Insurgency'. Modern Law Review, (73) 6, pp 1079-1082.

Bhandar, Brenna (2009) 'Book Review: Hegel’s Laws: The Legitimacy of a Modern Legal Order: By William E. Conklin, Stanford: Stanford University Press, 2008. 400 pp. $65.00 (Cloth). ISBN 10-0804750300'. Law, Culture and the Humanities, (5), pp 452-456.

Bhandar, Brenna (2009) 'Joan Wallach Scott: The Politics of the Veil'. Feminist Legal Studies, (17), pp 345-351.

Grady, Kate (2006) 'A Review of Fareda Banda, Women, Law and Human Rights: An African Perspective'. African Journal of International and Comparative Law, (14) 2, pp 295-297.

Bhandar, Brenna (2004) 'Unmapping Myths and De-territorialising Knowledge(s)'. Canadian Journal of Women and the Law, (16) 1, pp 226-234.

Other

Rao, Rahul (2017) 'On Statues (III)' The Disorder of Things.

Grady, Kate (2017) 'Comment on Blackman [2017] EWCA Crim 190' Criminal Law Review, 2017.

Rao, Rahul (2016) 'On Statues (II)' The Disorder of Things [Online].

Rao, Rahul (2016) 'On Statues' The Disorder of Things [Online].

Drew, Catriona and Craven, Matthew (2014) 'Invoking the Language of ‘Savagery’ and ‘Barbarism’ in International Law Debates' OUPBlog.

Grady, Kate (2014) 'Comment on Gul [2013] UKSC 64' Criminal Law Review.

Grady, Kate (2014) 'Comment on Marines A, B, C, D and E [2014] EWCA Crim 2367' Criminal Law Review.

 

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