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Regional enforcement of international criminal law post-9/11

International law Australia
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In this second publication in the Melbourne Asia Policy Paper series, Professor Tim McCormack examines the potential role of the new International Criminal Court in The Hague for enforcing international criminal law in the Asia Pacific region in the new post-9/11 global climate. Professor McCormack is the Foundation Australian Red Cross Professor of International Humanitarian Law and Associate Dean (Research) in the Faculty of Law at the University of Melbourne. He is also the Foundation Director of the newly established Asia-Pacific Centre for Military Law - a collaborative initiative of the Melbourne Law School and the Australian Defence Force Legal Service.

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