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The increasing resonance of international humanitarian law in the domestic sphere, primarily through the implementation of treaty obligations in domestic legislation, gives international law a relevance to local communities never before seen. Whilst the effects of this phenomenon defy...
The paradigm of maternal citizenship has been variously understood by historians as enabling and restrictive of women's action in the public sphere. This paper considers the use to which the maternal paradigm was put by the founders of the Australian Women's National League, focussing in...
“The Federal Government does not have the most basic grasp of military matters”. Consul‐General Dr Georg Irmer, November 1909 An examination of how Australia's closest colonial neighbour in 1901 viewed the event of Federation and its implications for British Imperial unity and regional defence...
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