The New Books Panel features eight authors whose books are described in the attached. The format will include short descriptions of each book, followed by a curated conversation constructed around questions sent to the authors in advance. These questions will include:
The selected books comprise: Treasa Dunworth, Humanitarian Disarmament: An Historical Enquiry (CUP, 2019); Alison Duxbury and Hsien-Li Tan, Can ASEAN Take Human Rights Seriously? (CUP, 2019); Lucas Lixinski, International Heritage Law for Communities: Exclusion and Re-Imagination (OUP, 2019); Simon McKenzie, Disputed Territories and International Criminal Law (Routledge, 2019); Tamsin Phillipa Paige, Petulant and Contrary: Approaches by the Permanent Five Members of the UN Security Council to the Concept of ‘Threat To The Peace’ under Article 39 of the UN Charter (Brill/Nijhoff, 2019); Cait Storr, International Status in the Shadow of Empire: Nauru and the Histories of International Law (CUP, 2020) and Ntina Tzouvala, Capitalism As Civilisation: A History of International Law (CUP, 2020).
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