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Griffith lends expertise to $329m marine research centre
23 Apr 2019
Seafood, marine renewable energy and offshore marine engineering experts unite for Blue Economy...
Winning the war against online hate
11 Apr 2019
Leading international expert in online hate and extremism to present lecture at South Bank.
International regime crisis or just a conflict of legal frameworks?
29 Mar 2019
By Pamela Finckenberg-Broman Law Futures Centre Research Candidate The international legal regime...
First Chance to Protect Most of the World’s Oceans
22 Mar 2019
By Dr Fran Humphries Senior Research Fellow The United Nations (UN) has a golden opportunity to...
Atrocity Crimes & Enabler Responsibility
15 Mar 2019
By Mr Shahram Dana Senior lecturer, Griffith Law School International Criminal Law (ICL)...
Reducing the gap between the promises and outcomes of UN deployment
01 Mar 2019
By Charuka Ekanayake PhD candidate, Griffith Law School UN Peace Support Operations (PSO)1 have...
Did the Royal Commission achieve its purpose?
22 Feb 2019
By Adrian Edwards The Royal Commission into Misconduct in the Banking, Superannuation and Financial...
Cyber attacks as a new form of violence against states?
22 Feb 2019
By Dr Samuli Haataja Griffith Law School In recent weeks there have been reports (here and here) of...