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The Backlash against International Law: Australian Perspectives

The Backlash against International Law: Australian Perspectives Special Issue The Backlash against International Law: Australian Perspectives ∵ Introduction The Backlash against International Law: Australian Perspectives Jeremy Farrall, Jolyon Ford and Imogen Saunders We write this introduction working from our homes in Canberra while the COVID -19 pandemic escalates around the globe. This is already a very different world to the one in which the contributions to this volume of the Australian Year Book of International Law first took shape. Indeed, the articles in this special edition of the Year Book all began as papers presented to a June 2019 workshop at the Australian National University (ANU ) on the topic ‘Navigating the Backlash against Global Law and Institutions: Australian Perspectives’. The Canberra Backlash workshop launched a global research partner - ship project between scholars at ANU , Indiana University and the University of Maryland. It brought together a dynamic blend of international legal and interdisciplinary scholars from these three institutions, as well as Australian government practitioners, including from the Attorney General’s Department, the Department of Environment and Energy, and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade. A series of engaging panel discussions examined the scope and ramifications of the backlash against International Law in relation to http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png The Australian Year Book of International Law Online Brill

The Backlash against International Law: Australian Perspectives

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Brill
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Copyright © Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, The Netherlands
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2666-0229
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10.1163/26660229_03801003
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Special Issue The Backlash against International Law: Australian Perspectives ∵ Introduction The Backlash against International Law: Australian Perspectives Jeremy Farrall, Jolyon Ford and Imogen Saunders We write this introduction working from our homes in Canberra while the COVID -19 pandemic escalates around the globe. This is already a very different world to the one in which the contributions to this volume of the Australian Year Book of International Law first took shape. Indeed, the articles in this special edition of the Year Book all began as papers presented to a June 2019 workshop at the Australian National University (ANU ) on the topic ‘Navigating the Backlash against Global Law and Institutions: Australian Perspectives’. The Canberra Backlash workshop launched a global research partner - ship project between scholars at ANU , Indiana University and the University of Maryland. It brought together a dynamic blend of international legal and interdisciplinary scholars from these three institutions, as well as Australian government practitioners, including from the Attorney General’s Department, the Department of Environment and Energy, and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade. A series of engaging panel discussions examined the scope and ramifications of the backlash against International Law in relation to

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The Australian Year Book of International Law OnlineBrill

Published: Dec 12, 2021

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