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Kirtsen Ainley, ‘Retreat or Retrenchment?
Kirsten Ainley, ‘The Implications and Imperfections of Practice’, Human Rights Review, 12(2) 2011: 241-246.
Kirsten Ainley, ‘From Atrocity Crimes to Human Rights: Expanding the Focus of the Responsibility to Protect’, Global Responsibility to Protect, 9(3) 2017: 243-266.
Michael Jacobsen, ‘Human Rights and Cultural Specificity: The Case of Papua New Guinea’, IR Working Paper 1994/8, Canberra: Department of International Relations, Research School o
Rosa Freedman and Nicolas Lemay-Hébert, ‘Between a Rock and a Hard Place – Immunities of the United Nations and Human Rights’, in Tom Ruys, Nicolas Angelet, and Luca Ferro, eds, The Cambridge H
Rosa Freedman and Nicolas Lemay-Hébert, ‘Towards an Alternative Interpretation of UN Immunity: A Human Rights-Based Approach to the Haiti Cholera Case’, Questions of International Law, 8(1
Cecilia Jacob, ed., Implementing the Responsibility to Protect: Domestic Processes and Foreign Assistance, Conference Report, Canberra: Department of International Relations, ANU, July 201
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