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The Politics of Justifying Force The Suez Crisis, the Iraq War, and International Law,9780199686957
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The Politics of Justifying Force The Suez Crisis, the Iraq War, and International Law

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ISBN13:

9780199686957

ISBN10:
0199686955
Format:
Hardcover
Pub. Date:
1/7/2014
Publisher(s):
Oxford University Press

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Author Biography


Charlotte Peevers, Lecturer in Law, University of Technology, Sydney

Dr Charlotte Peevers is a Lecturer at the Faculty of Law of the University of Technology in Sydney and a practising barrister (Middle Temple, England & Wales). Charlotte has lectured in international criminal law, public international law, human rights, and criminal law at a number of institutions, including the London School of Economics and King's College, London. She regularly consults for a number of international NGOs on human rights issues in the Middle East. She has also provided expert advice on public international law issues, particularly in relation to public law challenges seeking redress for atrocities which occurred during the slow collapse of the British Empire.


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