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COMPANY AND BUSINESS LAW

COMPARATIVE AND LEGAL SYSTEMS

A Guide to The Companies Act 2006

Transforming Corporate Governance in East Asia

Administrative Law and Governance in Asia

Saleem Sheikh

Edited by Curtis Milhaupt, Columbia University, USA, Kon-Sik Kim, Seoul National University, South Korea and Hideki Kanda, University of Tokyo, Japan

Comparative Perspectives

An easy to use guide to the Companies Act 2006 and packed full of helpful features, this book provides detailed commentary on the new Companies Act. Offering a chapter by chapter analysis of the legal and practical implications of the Act, the author traces the background to the act, considering the various Consultation Documents and White Papers issued by the Government, the proposals for company law reform and their culmination in the Company Law Reform Act.

This book examines the most important recent corporate governance changes in East Asia and the challenges still to be overcome with focused, indepth legal analysis on specific issues facing the separate systems in the wake of the voluminous reforms and market changes of the past decade.

Failures of Ethics in Leadership Edited by Serge Matulich and David M. Currie, both at Rollins College, Winter Park, Florida, USA

This is an invaluable and handy resource for undergraduate students and practitioners studying or working in business and company law. January 2008: 1432pp Pb: 978-0-415-42107-2: $99.95 eBook: 978-0-203-88587-1

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The Timing of Income Recognition in Tax Law and the Time Value of Money Moshe Shekel, Shekel & Co. Law Offices, Israel This book critically examines the various approaches of tax systems in the UK, the US, and Israel, in relation to the timing of the recognition of income and expense for tax purposes, and suggests an innovative new model of timing for tax purposes. May 2009: 480pp Hb: 978-0-415-47754-3: $150.00

Law for Foreign Business and Investment in China Vai Io Lo, Bond University, Australia and Xiaowen Tian, Bond University, Australia This book provides an up-to-date overview of the legal framework for doing business in China. It covers topics such as state structure, legislation, the court system, the legal profession, business entities, foreign investment enterprises, contracts, intellectual property, labour and employment law, consumer protection, taxation, securities, and dispute resolution.

This book examines administrative law throughout Asia, exploring the profound changes in many legal regimes that have occurred. It shows how many states have shifted towards a more market-oriented regulatory state model, involving a greater role for judges and law-like processes, and explores the profound implications of this for policy-making.

Handbook of Frauds, Scams, and Swindles

• helpful checklists for the busy practitioner • useful appendices of materials and extracts on an accompanying Companion Website.

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It contains: • section by section commentary

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Providing a unique account of frauds throughout modern history, Handbook of Frauds, Scams, and Swindles compiles narratives from around the world, including a number of highly-publicized cases. Leading financial and investigative experts have authored the individual chapters, yet the book maintains a reader-friendly style.

Selected Contents: Part 1: General Perspectives Part 2: Northeast Asia & Greater China Part 3: Southeast Asia October 2008: 384pp Hb: 978-0-415-77683-7: $180.00 Pb: 978-0-415-77731-5: $47.95 eBook: 978-0-203-88868-1

Judicial Law-Making in Post-Soviet Russia Alexander Vereshchagin A novel and incisive investigation of the role of judicial precedents and customs in Russian law, this book explores the trends in the development of judge-made law in Russian civil law since the demise of the Soviet Union.

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Evolution of a Revolution Forty Years of the Singapore Constitution Edited by Li-ann Thio, National University of Singapore and Kevin Y.L. Tan This book presents a timely assessment of the impact of history, politics and economics in shaping the Singapore Constitution and is the first collaborative effort by a group of Singapore constitutional law scholars. Going beyond the descriptive narrative, the authors cast a critical eye over the developments of the last forty years by situating them in the larger tapestry of Singapore’s historical, political and economic development.

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Introduction to Spanish Private Law

Commonwealth Caribbean Civil Procedure

Commonwealth Caribbean Law and Legal Systems

Gi l b e r t K o d i l i n y e , University of the West Indies, Barbados and Va n e s s a K o d i l i n y e , Attorney-at-law (Barbados)

R o s e -M a r i e B e l l e A n t o i n e , University of the West Indies

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Fully updated and revised to fit in with the new laws and structure in the Commonwealth Caribbean law and legal systems, this new edition examines the institutions, structures and processes of the law in the Commonwealth Caribbean. Effortlessy combining discussions of traditional subjects with those on more innovative subject areas, this book is an exciting exposition of Caribbean law and legal systems for those studying comparative law.

Teresa Rodriguez de las Heras Bellal and Jorge Feliu Rey, both at Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Spain Series: UT Austin Studies in Foreign and Transnational Law The topics addressed in this book have traditionally been covered in separate publications on private and commercial law. This dualism of regimes has made it difficult for students and professionals alike to comprehend Spanish private law as a whole. In the past this has led to inefficient duplication of explanations, gaps in key areas and an altogether fragmented picture. This book presents a consolidated, modern, and realistic image of today’s Spanish private legal system. It combines both private and commercial law and integrates them in the same book, making the overall subject far more accessible to readers. This united approach results in a more logical and efficient process of learning. May 2009: 224pp Hb: 978-0-415-44613-6: $130.00

New Courts in Asia Edited by Andrew Harding, University of Victoria, Canada and Pip Nicholson, University of Melbourne, Australia Series: Routledge Law in Asia This book examines the numerous new courts created throughout Asia during the last 20 years, covering important jurisdictions including human rights, intellectual property disputes, bankruptcy petitions, commercial contracts, public law adjudication, personal law, labour and industrial disputes. It evaluates their performances, and considers the broader economic, social and political implications.

This new edition of a well-established book is a timely response to the enactment during the past 3 to 5 years of new rules of civil procedure which are now in force, or are soon coming into force in the vast majority of Caribbean jurisdictions. The third edition has been substantially revised and augmented to take into account the revision of the rules and covers the new rules in detail. The book also provides coverage of the recent case-law coming out of Jamaica and the Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS), under the new rules of civil procedure. This book is essential reading for students of Commonwealth Caribbean law as well as anyone wishing to get to grips with the new rules of civil procedure. S e l e ct e d Co n t e n t s : 1. Introduction 2. Commencement of proceedings 3. Responding to a claim 4. Service out of the jurisdiction 5. Parties and joinder 6. Ancillary claims 7. Default judgments 8. Summary judgment 9. Case management 10. Amendments to statements of case 11. Applications for court orders 12. Interlocutary injunctions 13. Freezing ‘Mareva’ injunctions and orders 14. Dosclosure and inspection of documents 15. Requests for further information 16. Security for costs 17. Offers to settle and payments into court 18. Interim payments 19. Striking out and discontinuance 20. Expert witnesses 21. Affidavits 22. Witness statements 23. Pre-trial review 24. Trial, judgments and orders 25. Costs 26. Enforcement of judgments 27. Appeals 2008: 264pp Pb: 978-0-415-47231-9: $94.95 eBook: 978-0-203-89115-5

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S e l e ct e d Co n t e n t s : Part 1: The Nature of the Law and Legal Systems and its Historical Precepts Part 2: The Sources of Law in the Commonwealth Caribbean and Their Impact on the Legal System Part 3: The Administration of Justice in the Commonwealth Caribbean 2008: 488pp Pb: 978-1-85941-853-6: $94.95 eBook: 978-0-203-93039-7

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Commonwealth Caribbean Public Law P r o f e s s o r A l b e r t F i a d j o e , University of the West Indies, Barbados Series: Commonwealth Caribbean Law Taking a critical look at the major areas of constitutional and administrative law, Commonwealth Caribbean Public Law places a firm emphasis on the protection of citizens’ rights and good governance. The third edition of this book builds on the success of the previous two editions, setting-out the established legal principles through Caribbean cases, along with critique and commentary of the law where appropriate. Contemporary issues and changes in Caribbean public law are addressed including: the refining of the rules governing judicial review; recent cases dealing with the death penalty; and the likely impact on CARICOM initiatives on the rights of citizens. S e l e ct e d Co n t e n t s : 1. Public Law Defined 2. Judicial Review 3. Exclusion of Judicial Review, Public and Private Law 4. Administration of Justice Act of Barbados 5. The Rule of Law 6. Fundamental Rights and their Protection 7. Constitutional Fundamentals 8. The Public Service 9. Safeguards of Judicial Independence 10. The Ombudsman 11. Natural Justice and Doctrine of Legitimate Expectation 12. Remedies 13. Public Law Reform 2008: 376pp Pb: 978-1-85941-632-7: $83.95

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Recognition, Equality and Democracy

The Europeanisation of Contract Law

Commonwealth Caribbean Tort Law

Theoretical Perspectives on Irish Politics

Christian Twigg-Flesner, University of Hull, UK

Gi l b e r t K o d i l i n y e , University of the West Indies, Barbados

Edited by Jurgen De Wispelaere, University of Dublin Trinity College, Ireland, Cillian McBride and Shane O’Neill, both at Queen’s University Belfast, UK

Series: Current Controversies in Law

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Series: Commonwealth Caribbean Law Tort law is a subject of primary importance in the study and practice of common law in the Caribbean. This work is now well established as the leading text on tort law in the region, and the fourth edition incorporates developments in law and legal thinking, including recent case law concerning defamation, privacy and vicarious liability. The chapters on employer’s liability and damages have been extensively revised to take account of changes to the law, while throughout the book extracts of key cases have been more thoroughly integrated into the text in order to help students grasp the salient points. September 2009: 520pp Pb: 978-0-415-49277-5: $100.00

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Introduction to South Pacific Law J e n n i f e r Co r r i n , University of Queensland, Australia and D o n P a t e r s o n , University of the South Pacific, Vanatu Series: South Pacific Law 2007: 480pp Pb: 978-1-84568-039-8: $79.95 eBook: 978-0-203-92779-3 • AVAILABLE AS A COMPLIMENTARY COPY

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Critical yet accessible, this book provides an overview of the current debates about the ‘Europeanization’ of contract law. Charting the extent to which English contract law has been subject to this activity, it is the ideal volume for readers unfamiliar with the subject who wish to understand the main issues quickly.

Recently, the Republic of Ireland’s constitution has been shaped by liberal politics aimed at securing personal autonomy, whilst Northern Ireland’s politics have been dominated by the problem of political autonomy and democratic legitimacy. This volume presents a range of contemporary theoretical responses to issues in Irish politics in both jurisdictions. April 2008: 228pp Hb: 978-0-415-46440-6: $140.00

It examines a range of key developments, including:

2ND EDITION

• a string of directives adopted by the European Union that touch on various aspects of consumer law

Indigenous Australians and the Law Edited by Martin Hinton, Attorney General’s Office, Government of South Australia, Daryle Rigney, Flinders University, Australia and Elliott Johnston, QC Giving readers an incisive account of the resounding impact of social, political and legal conditions upon the Indigenous people of Australia and their interaction with and recourse to the law, this book is an excellent resource for those interested in the law of a coloniser or conqueror and its lasting impact upon first nations.

• recent plans for a European Common Frame of Reference on European Contract Law. Bringing together advanced legal scholarship, critically examining key developments in the field and considering the arguments for and against greater convergence in the area of contract law, this is an excellent read for postgraduate students studying contract and/or European law. Selected Contents: 1. The concept of ’Europeanisation’ 2. Framework of Europeanisation 3. Europeanisation of Contract Law - The Story so Far 4. Impact on National Law: A UK Perspective 5. The Way Forward 6. A European Contract Code. Conclusions April 2008: 232pp Hb: 978-0-415-46592-2: $120.00 Pb: 978-1-84568-050-3: $35.95 eBook: 978-0-203-92700-7

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Comparative Law in a Changing World

May 2008: 288pp Hb: 978-1-876905-39-2: $140.00 eBook: 978-0-203-92796-0

P e t e r D e Cr u z , Liverpool John Moores University, UK 2007: 544pp Pb: 978-1-85941-936-6: $65.95 • AVAILABLE AS A COMPLIMENTARY COPY

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CONTRACT AND TORT LAW

CRIMINAL LAW AND EVIDENCE

Interpretation of Contracts

Pure Economic Loss

Capital Punishment

Catherine Mitchell, University of Hull, UK

New Horizons in Comparative Law

Series: Current Controversies in Law

Vernon Valentine Palmer, Tulane University, USA and Mauro Bussani, University of Trieste, Italy

Adam Thurschwell, Cleveland State University, USA

In this volume Mitchell examines case law, academic debate and the resurgence of interest in formalist contract interpretation in the US to explore the meaning of contextual interpretation, arguments for and against it and suggestions on how parties may influence the interpretation methods applied to their agreement. Identifying controversial issues, arguments and analyzing possible future developments, this book addresses a range of questions, including: • How far should it be possible for courts, through the process of interpretation, to control the bargain made between parties? • Are judges applying the principles of interpretation in the same way? • What is the relevant context of an agreement? • Should contracting parties be able to opt out of a particular interpretative approach by use of mechanisms such as entire agreement clauses? Short and concise, this is a useful reference tool for those interested in contract and tort law. Selected Contents: 1. The Nature and Scope of Contractual Interpretation 2. The Rise of Contextualism 3. Contextual Interpretation: Methods, Problems and Disputes 4. Formalism in Interpretation 5. Controlling Interpretation 2007: 176pp Hb: 978-0-415-44777-5: $130.00 Pb: 978-1-84568-044-2: $33.95 eBook: 978-0-203-94520-9

Series: UT Austin Studies in Foreign and Transnational Law Pure economic loss is one of the most-discussed problems in the fields of tort and contract. How do we understand the various differences and similarities between these systems and what is the extent to which there is a common-core of agreement on this question? This book takes a comparative approach to the subject, exploring the principles, policies and rules governing tortious liability for pure economic loss in a number of countries and legal systems across the world. The countries covered are USA, Canada, Japan, Israel, South Africa, Japan, Romania, Croatia, Denmark and Poland, with the contributors taking a comparative fact-based approach through the use of hypothetical problems to analyze and then summarize the individual country’s tort approach. Using a fact-based questionnaire, a tested taxonomy, and a sophisticated comparative law methodology, the authors convincingly demonstrate that there are liberal, pragmatic and conservative regimes throughout the world. The recoverability of pure economic loss poses a generic question for these legal systems - it is not just a civil law versus common law issue. It will be of interest to students and academics studying tort law and comparative law in the different countries covered. October 2008: 344pp Hb: 978-0-415-77564-9: $150.00 eBook: 978-0-203-88883-4

Adam Thurshwell, a respected academic and death penalty lawyer, draws upon Continental theory and the Anglo-American jurisprudential tradition in order to deliver a critical survey of both the theoretical aspects of capital punishment and its actual administration. Pursuing an original political approach rather than taking a moral stance, his discussion compares the topics of sovereignty, power and legitimacy with moral desert or consequentialism and explores their impact on perceptions and practices of capital punishment. Covering micro-issues of legal doctrine and administrative practice, as well as arguments for and against abolition, this book is an invaluable resource for academics and students in law and political theory. Selected Contents: 1. Capital Punishment Today 2. Current Jurisprudential Approaches to Capital Punishment: A Critique 3. Political Sovereignty and the Death Penalty 4. The Ethics of Capital Punishment 5. Conclusion: Implications, Consequences and Potential Futures April 2009: 144pp Hb: 978-0-415-42423-3: $150.00 Pb: 978-1-84568-111-1: $37.95 A GlassHouse Book

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Criminal Law and Policy in the European Union Samuli Miettinen Series: Routledge Research in European Union Law This book takes stock of the development of criminal law in the context of the EC and the EU, and examines whether this has led to a European criminal policy, and interrogates the legal effects that European-level initiatives in the field have on national criminal law and on suspects. January 2010: 256pp Hb: 978-0-415-47426-9: $155.00

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Human Rights and the Protection of Privacy in Tort Law A Comparison between English and German Law Hans-Joachim Cremer Series: UT Austin Studies in Foreign and Transnational Law This book considers how English courts could use and adapt structures adopted by the German legal order in response to rulings from the European Court of Human Rights on Article 8 of the European Convention of Human Rights, to strengthen the protection of privacy in the private sphere. November 2009: 160pp Hb: 978-0-415-47704-8: $130.00

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CRIMINAL LAW AND EVIDENCE

Combating International Crime

Dealing with DNA Evidence

The Longer Arm of the Law

A Legal Guide

Edited by Steven David Brown, Independent Consultant

Andrei Semikhodskii Written specifically for students or practitioners of criminal law, this work gives readers an in-depth understanding of DNA evidence in criminal practice and clearly explains how it is obtained and how it can be successfully challenged in court.

This book maps the practicalities and challenges in making crossborder law enforcement work. Addressing the prevention, detection, investigation and prosecution of crime or criminality which is conducted in more than one country, it provides a professional assessment and describes the essential ingredients of international law enforcement cooperation. June 2008: 328pp Hb: 978-0-415-45828-3: $89.95

Criminal Justice in Hong Kong Carol Jones, University of Glamorgan, UK and Jon Vagg Containing a wealth of archival material and statistical data on crime and criminal justice, Criminal Justice in Hong Kong presents a detailed evaluation of Hong Kong’s criminal justice system, both past and present. Exploring the justice system and the perceptions of popular culture, this book demonstrates how the current criminal justice system has been influenced and shaped over time by Hong Kong’s historical position between ‘East’ and ‘West’. Careful and detailed, this analysis of one of the most economically successful, politically stable and safe yet frequently misrepresented cities, is a valuable addition to the bookshelves of all undergraduate and postgraduate students studying Asian law. Selected Contents: Crime in the Colonial Narratives of Hong Kong. Crime Data 1842-2002. Hong Kong Crime Figures and the Changing Perception of the ’Crime Problem’. The Formation of the Hong Kong Police, Prison Service, Prosecution, Courts and Judiciary. Shifts in Law and Order Policy. ’Native Policing’. Labour Unrest, Political Agitation and Public Order 1841-2001. The ’China’ Factor in the Nineteenth, Twentieth and Twenty-first Centuries. Crime, Corruption and the Hong Kong Identity 2007: 672pp Pb: 978-1-84568-038-1: $90.00

Contemporary Issues in Law Enforcement and Policing

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Border Security in the Al-Qaeda Era Edited by John Winterdyk and Kelly Sundberg, both at Mount Royal College, Calgary, Alberta, Canada The first reference to provide a comprehensive overview of how al-Qaeda and other terrorist groups have impacted the way nations protect their borders, this book examines border security organizations and discusses the goods and people that cross national perimeters. Each chapter provides a review of each nation’s border security, a discussion of the impact of changes in security, the steps taken to protect the country, and an assessment of whether or not the al-Qaeda threat has contributed to those changes. Countries covered in the text include the US, Canada, UK, France, Germany, Italy, Australia, Austria, and Iran. CRC Press June 2009: 350pp Hb: 978-1-4200-8544-0: $89.95

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Binding Men Nineteenth Century Criminal Cases and the Policing of Masculinity Lois Bibbings, Unversity of Bristol, UK Investigating nineteenth century notions of masculinity, this book examines a number of criminal cases, focusing upon theoretical themes relating to masculinity and the state. Drawing upon a variety of sources, it unpicks the narratives of masculinity the selected cases tell. August 2009: 208pp Hb: 978-1-904385-41-7: $140.00

Edited by Andrew Millie, Loughborough University, Leicestershire, UK and Dilip K. Das, International Police Executive Symposium, New York, USA Rising terrorism and advancing technology, as well as new strategies and investigative techniques, have stretched and stressed the traditional role of police officers. The new officer is under more and more pressure to be tough, compassionate, and understanding, as well as technologically savvy. Grouped under the themes of day-to-day policing, ethics and corruption, terrorism, strategy and investigations, and restorative policing, Contemporary Issues in Law Enforcement and Policing focuses on those issues that most affect today’s officers. The chapters are derived from those articles in the online journal, Police Practice and Research, that were the most viewed by practicing police officers and police scholars. CRC Press May 2008: 248pp Hb: 978-1-4200-7215-0: $79.95

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Cross Cultural Profiles of Policing Dilip K. Das, International Police Executive Symposium, Guilderland, New York, USA and Osman Dolu, Turkish National Police, Ankara Written by a world famous international police scholar and former police executive in India, this work provides an in-depth comparative view of the police in five different countries. It is a product of street observations, ridealongs, interviews, visits, and literature reviews conducted over several years and shows that policing all over the world is characterized by variety. Each country section covers organizational structure, selection and training, leadership and supervision, police role and functions, and police/public projects. The first-hand information provided about the various police cultures from all levels of the police organization is invaluable for those studying comparative policing. CRC Press November 2009: 512pp Hb: 978-1-4200-7014-9: $129.95

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International Perspectives

Thinking Locally, Acting Globally

Edited by James F. Albrecht, St. John’s University, New York, USA and Dilip K. Das, International Police Executive Symposium, Guilderland, New York, USA

Edited by Dilip K. Das, International Police Executive Symposium, Guilderland, New York, USA

Police worldwide are finding it increasingly difficult to prevent crime and maintain public safety and a sense of security while dealing with decreasing budgets and personnel. The exchange of effective crime fighting principles and proven best practices is crucial to helping them succeed. Drawn from the proceedings at the 2005 IPES meeting in the Czech Republic on effective crime prevention, this book addresses the impact of terrorism and transnational crime on law enforcement in the US and Europe, the effects of democratic reforms on policing, and the positive influence of the unionization of police forces. It also reviews counterterrorism, border control, transnational criminality, measurement of police effectiveness, and the investigation of juvenile crimes. CRC Press May 2009: 320pp Hb: 978-1-4200-7838-1: $99.95

Providing detailed case studies of contemporary initiatives in policing, law enforcement, public safety and crime prevention, this unique volume features selected models that were presented by police executives and scholars at the Thirteenth Annual Meeting of the International Police Executive Symposium held in Turkey in 2006. Each section in the text offers different perspectives from criminal justice administrators in one of a dozen countries, including Australia, England, Japan, India, and the United States. The first book of its kind, no other text offers such a panoramic and comprehensive view of global strategies to combat different types of crime. CRC Press September 2009: 420pp Hb: 978-1-4200-7669-1: $99.95

Legal Models. Common Law Model: The Courts. Policing and Corrections under the Common

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Law Model. Civil Law Model: The Courts.

Urbanization, Policing, and Security

Policing and Corrections under the Civil Law Model. The Islamic Law Model: The Courts. Policing and Corrections under the Islamic Legal Model.

Global Perspectives

Preventing Misconduct and Maintaining Integrity

Edited by Gary Cordner, Kutztown University, Pennsylvania, USA and Dilip K. Das, International Police Executive Symposium, Guilderland, New York, USA

Series: Advances in Police Theory and Practice Designed for administrators at all levels, this book presents proven strategies to prevent police corruption and to maintain an ethical culture in policing. Written by a leading international authority, this text describes diverse types of police misconduct, as well as their impact. It establishes ethical principles that police should follow, provides ways to identify misconduct, and discusses various strategies for managing integrity, including alternative strategies for dealing with misconduct. Bringing together four decades of research and work in the field, the author also addresses such key topics as ethical leadership, independent external oversight bodies, and early warning systems. Selected Contents: The Misconduct Problem in Policing. Setting Standards. Measuring Misconduct. Recruitment and Training. A State-of-the-Art Complaints and Discipline System. Alternative Dispute Resolution. System Controls and Risk Management. Advanced Techniques. External Oversight. Leadership for Integrity. CRC Press March 2009: 216pp Hb: 978-1-4200-7796-4: $79.95

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Examining different types of criminal justice systems and the legal models that shape them, this text uses specific examples to highlight five basic legal foundation models: continental, common law, Islamic, Marxist, and mixed. The book explains how these legal models dictate the roles of the police, courts, and corrections systems in various countries, how the roles differ from place to place, and how these differences are justified under respective national philosophies. Each chapter features a case study, includes tables delineating the action and rationalization of each system under each topic, and concludes with a summary and discussion questions. S e l e ct e d Co n t e n t s : An Introduction to the Study of Comparative

Police Corruption

Timothy Prenzler, Griffith University, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia

Cl i f f R o b e r s o n , (Retired) Criminal Justice Professor and Director of Justice Center -California State University-Fresno, USA and D i l i p K . D a s, International Police Executive Symposium,Guilderland, New York, USA

Through the lens of urbanization, this book examines crime, policing, and security issues around the world. International academic and police leaders contribute their perspectives on a diverse range of overlapping and complementary topics, from special problems to global challenges. Covering studies on major cities in more than 18 countries, this text explores a variety of areas, including the role of urbanization in security; and global concerns such as transnational crime, racial profiling, and information sharing. The book also explores responses to urban problems associated with police and security including human rights activism and police reform. The text is enhanced by over 100 photos and illustrations that further clarify the concepts.

The Socialist Law Model: The Courts. Policing and Corrections under the Socialist Law Model. Mixed Law Models. International Courts. International Criminal Justice Agencies and Associations. APPENDIX A: ICC Arrest Warrant for Thomas Lubanga Dyilo. APPENDIX B: First Appearance before the International Criminal Court in Case of Prosecutor v. Thomas Lubanga Dyilo. APPENDIX C: Excerpts from the United Nations Global Counter-Terrorism Strategy Resolution Sixtieth Session: Resolution Adopted by the General Assembly. 2008: 352pp Hb: 978-1-4200-6592-3: $89.95 • AVAILABLE AS A COMPLIMENTARY COPY

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May It Please the Court

Practical Guide to Evidence

7TH EDITION

Ch r i s t o p h e r A l l e n , Formerly at Inns of Court Law School, City University, London, UK

Criminal Procedure & Sentencing

Judicial Processes and Politics in America, Second Edition

A Practical Guide to Evidence provides a clear and readable account of the law of evidence, acknowledging the importance of arguments about facts and principles as well as rules. The fourth edition has been revised and updated to address the radical changes brought about by the Criminal Justice Act 2003, particularly in relation to hearsay, character evidence and opinion evidence and to expand coverage of the Human Rights Act 1998. Now including enhanced pedagogical support such as chapter summaries, further reading advice and boxed examples, this leading textbook can be used on both undergraduate and professional courses. It is also supported by a Companion Website offering twice annual updates to the cases and legislation discussed within the text. h t t p :/ / w w w .r o u t l e d g e ca v e n d i s h .co m / t e x t b o o k s / 9780415457194 S e l e ct e d Co n t e n t s : Development and Current Objectives. Documentary and Real Evidence. Facts not Requiring Proof. Competence and Compellability. The Course of Testimony. Burden and Standard of Proof and Presumptions. The Rule Against Hearsay. Hearsay Exceptions. Hazardous Evidence. Confessions and Ill-gotten Evidence. Character Evidence. Opinion Evidence. Judicial Findings as Evidence. Privilege and Public Interest Immunity. Estoppel 2008: 528pp Pb: 978-0-415-45719-4: $51.95 eBook: 978-0-203-88581-9 • AVAILABLE AS A COMPLIMENTARY COPY

Criminal Evidence in Context J o n a t h a n D o a k , Nottingham Trent University, UK and Cl a i r e M cGo u r l a y , University of Sheffield, UK Criminal Evidence in Context explains the key concepts of evidence law in England and Wales clearly and concisely, set against the backdrop of the broader political and theoretical contexts. It informs students of the major debates within the field, providing an explanation as to how and why the law has developed as it has. Previously published by Law Matters Publishing, this second edition has been thoroughly revised and updated to take into account recent developments in the law and the considerable amount of case law that has emerged since publication of the previous edition. It includes new chapters on the privilege of nonincrimination; improperly-obtained evidence; and expert evidence. S e l e ct e d Co n t e n t s : 1. Introduction to Criminal Evidence 2. The Principle of Orality 3. The Burden of Proof 4. The Privilege Against Self-incrimination 5. Examination and Cross-examination 6. Evidence of Character 7. Hearsay Evidence 8. Confessions 9. Improperly Obtained Evidence 10. Opinion Evidence 2008: 376pp Pb: 978-0-415-45849-8: $52.95 • AVAILABLE AS A COMPLIMENTARY COPY

P e t e r H u n g e r f o r d -We l ch , The City Law School, City University London UK Criminal Procedure and Sentencing provides a comprehensive, analytical and up-to-date guide to each step of the criminal process, from the arrest of the suspect through to trial, sentencing and appeals. Full account is taken of both statutory and case law developments and the book is supported by a Companion Website which provides regular updates on developments in this fast-moving area. Key aspects of criminal procedure and sentencing are analyzed in the light of sources such as Government consultation papers and academic commentary. This seventh edition: • has been completely re-written and includes new flowcharts and glossaries • highlights areas of particular controversy or debate • is supported by a Companion Website which will be updated at regular intervals. This book provides an excellent introduction to criminal procedure and sentencing for anyone studying the criminal process as part of an LLB or LLM degree, for students on the Bar Vocational Course or Legal Practice Course, and anyone who is involved in the operation of the criminal justice system or who is interested in how the system works. http://www.routledgecavendish.com/textbooks/ 9780415442923 S e l e ct e d Co n t e n t s : 1. Theoretical Perspectives in Criminal Litigation: Tools for Critical Analysis 2. Preliminaries 3. Bail 4. Classification and Allocation of Offences/Mode of Trial 5. Summary Trial 6. Juvenile Defendants: The Youth Court Trial of Young Defendants in Adult Courts 7. Appeals from Magistrates’ Courts and Youth Courts 8. Disclosure: The Criminal Procedure and Investigations Act 1996 9. Transferring Cases to the Crown Court for Trial 10. Indictments 11. Trial on Indictment: Preliminaries 12. Trial on Indictment: the Course of the Trial 13. Appeals from the Crown Court 14. Public Funding for Criminal Litigation 15. Costs 16. Sentencing: Procedure and Principles 17. Adult Offenders: Custodial Sentences 18. Adult Offenders: Community Orders 19. Fines, Discharges: Binding Over to Keep the Peace 20. Young Offenders: Custodial Sentences 21. Young Offenders: Non-custodial Sentences 22. Ancillary Orders 2008: 1048pp Pb: 978-0-415-44292-3: $74.95 • AVAILABLE AS A COMPLIMENTARY COPY

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B r i a n L . P o r t o, Vermont Law School, Windsor, USA Reflecting the author’s experience as a political scientist, law student, judicial clerk, practicing attorney, and law professor, M a y I t P l e a s e t h e Co u r t : J u d i ci a l P r o ce s s e s a n d P o l i t ics i n A me r i ca , S e co n d E d i t i o n gives welldeserved attention to legal influences on judicial decisions and to the human drama of litigation. Each chapter reflects the book’s premise that the judicial process operates at the intersection of law and politics, and this theme guides the discussions. The coverage in the book is far-reaching, exploring numerous topics, including the structure of federal and state courts, the selection and removal of judges, and the legal profession’s history and culture. S e l e ct e d Co nt e n t s : Courts and Judges in the Political Process. American Courts-Structures and Procedures. Lawyers and Lawyering. Judicial Selection and Removal. Norm Enforcement-The Criminal Justice Process. Dispute Resolution-The Civil Justice Process. Policy Making-The Appellate Process. Legal and Political Influences on Judicial Decision Making. The Limits of Judicial Policy Making. Summary and Conclusion. Appendix A: Researching the Law. Appendix B: Documents of Litigation. Index. 2008: 345pp Pb: 978-1-4200-6767-5: $79.95 • AVAILABLE AS A COMPLIMENTARY COPY

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Urban Crime Prevention, Surveillance, and Restorative Justice Effects of Social Technologies Edited by Paul Knepper, Jonathan Doak and Joanna Shapland, all at University of Sheffied, UK Using three major topics in criminology, this book describes how to reduce and respond to crime without reliance on the conventional criminal justice practices of police and prisons. These topics are analyzed within the broader framework of what the editors call ‘social technologies’. The editors ask ‘What is the interaction between knowledge, planning, and social repercussions?’ The answer forms a basis from which they evaluate proposals for social improvements related to crime. The volume highlights the diffusion of knowledge about crime through media and criminological research; examination of surveillance technologies and the effect on crime; and restorative justice and its relationship to social regulations in general. CRC Press January 2009: 240pp Pb: 978-1-4200-8437-5: $89.95

Crime Prevention Theory and Practice S t e p h e n S ch n e i d e r , Saint Mary’s University, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada July 2009: 350pp Hb: 978-1-4200-6214-4: $69.95 • AVAILABLE AS A COMPLIMENTARY COPY

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A History of Drugs Drugs and Freedom in the Liberal Age Toby Seddon, University of Manchester, UK A History of Drugs provides a history of the relationship between drugs and freedom over the last two hundred years. It is often argued that drug use should be seen as a matter of personal freedom in which the state should not interfere. It has also been maintained that drug ’addiction’ represents the complete abnegation of individual freedom: a form of enslavement. This book is about the relationship between drugs and freedom, a relationship which has been central to long-running debates about drugs. In this book, Toby Seddon argues that, since the emergence of liberalism in the late eighteenth century, drugs and freedom have existed in a mutually constitutive relation. Whilst changing conceptions of freedom have shaped the ways in which the ’drug question’ has been viewed and dealt with, at the same time changing perspectives on drugs have helped to constitute our ideas of what it means to be a ’free subject’. A History of Drugs thus disturbs and unravels the ’naturalness’ of the ’drug question’, as it traces the multiple and heterogeneous lines of development out of which it has been assembled. July 2009: 224pp Hb: 978-0-415-48027-7: $140.00 A GlassHouse Book

Captive Images Race, Crime, Photography Katherine Biber, University of Technology, Sydney, Australia Captive Images examines the law’s treatment of photographic evidence and uses it to investigate the relationship between law, image and fantasy. Based around the scholarly examination of a bank robbery, in which a surveillance camera captures the robbery in progress, Katherine Biber draws upon critical writing from psychoanalysis, postcolonialism, art, law, literature and feminism to ’read’ this crime, its texts and its images. The result is an interdisciplinary study of crime that unfolds a compelling narrative about race relations, national identity and fear. This book is an essential read for all levels of law students studying, or interested in, law, criminology and cultural studies. Selected Contents: 1. The Hooded Bandit 2. The National Bank 3. The Epidermal Examination 4. The Mother’s Trouble 5. The Danger Zone 6. The Spectre 7. Your Fantasy, My Crime 2007: 160pp Hb: 978-1-904385-72-1: $150.00 Pb: 978-0-415-42039-6: $41.95 eBook: 978-0-203-94512-4

Essays on Law, Men and Masculinities

Human Genes and Neoliberal Governance

Richard Collier, University of Newcastle upon Tyne, UK

A Foucauldian Critique Antoinette Rouvroy, University of Namur, Belgium

This book presents the first published comprehensive overview and critical assessment of the relationship between law and masculinities. It provides a general introduction to the subject whilst engaging with the difficult question of what it means to speak of the masculinity of law in the first place.

Original and interdisciplinary, this is the first book to explore the relationship between a neoliberal mode of governance and the so-called genetic revolution.

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Colonial Criminology Mark Brown, University of Melbourne, Australia Colonial Criminology provides an account of the distinctive way in which criminology developed outside the metropolitan centre. Proposing a radical revision of the Foucauldian thesis that criminological knowledge emerged in the service of a new form of power – discipline – that had inserted itself into the very centre of punishment, it argues that Foucault’s alignment of sovereign, disciplinary and governmental power will, necessarily, need to be reread and re-balanced to account for its operation in the colonial sphere. Drawing on postcolonial theory to ask whether we can speak of ’colonial modernity’ or ’the colonial state’ in the singular, it is, moreover, through the critical engagement of this analysis with Foucault’s theoretical and historical account of the development of criminology that Colonial Criminology opens up a new, and unduly neglected area of research. June 2009: 208pp Hb: 978-0-415-45213-7: $140.00

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Existentialist Criminology Edited by Don Crewe, Roehampton University and Ronnie Lippens, Univeristy of Keele, UK Existentialist Criminology captures an emerging interest in the value of existentialist thought and concepts for criminological work on crime, deviance, crime control, and criminal justice. Covering a range of topics that lend themselves quite naturally to existentialist analysis - crime and deviance as becoming and will, the existential openness of symbolic exchange, the internal conversations that take place within criminal justice practices, and the contingent and finite character of resistance - the contributions to this volume set out to explore a largely untapped reservoir of critical potential.

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Eco Crime and Genetically Modified Food

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Reece Walters, The Open University, UK The GM debate has been ongoing for over a decade, yet it has been contained in the scientific world and presented in technical terms. This book brings the debates about GM food into the social and criminological arena. This book highlights the criminal actions of state and corporate officials, including the illegal use of genetic technologies, the illegal production and sale of GM products, the economic exploitation of trade in third world countries, the monopolization of seeds and economic disaster for GM farmers, biopiracy and the manipulation of science. April 2009: 200pp Hb: 978-1-904385-22-6: $140.00 A GlassHouse Book

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Fear of Crime

COMING SOON

COMING SOON

Critical Voices in an Age of Anxiety

Framing Crime

Foucault and Criminology

Edited by Murray Lee, University of Sydney, Australia and Stephen Farrall, University of Keele, UK

Cultural Criminology and the Image

An Introduction

Edited by Keith Hayward, University of Kent, UK and Mike Presdee, University of Kent, UK

Veronique Voruz, University of Leicester, UK

An attention to the ’fear of crime’ has found its way into governmental interventions in crime prevention and into popular discourse with many newspapers, local government and the like conducting their own fear of crime surveys. As a concept, ’fear of crime’ has also produced considerable academic debate since it entered the criminological vocabulary in the 1960s. Bringing together a collection of new and cutting edge articles from key scholars in criminology, Fear of Crime challenges many assumptions which remain submerged in attempts to measure and attribute cause to crime fear. But, in questioning the orthodoxy of ’fear of crime’ models, along with inquiries that have supposed that fear is objectively quantifiable and measurable, the articles collected here also offer new paradigms and methods of inquiry for approaching ’fear of crime’. Selected Contents: 1. Critical Voices in an Age of Anxiety: A Re-Introduction to the Fear of Crime Stephen Farrall & Murray Lee 2. The “Moral Panic” That Wasn’t: the Sixties Crime Issue in the U.S Dennis Loo 3. The Enumeration Of Anxiety: Power, Knowledge & Fear Of Crime Murray Lee 4. Critical Geopolitics and Everyday Fears Susan Smith & Rachel Pain 5. Preventing Indeterminate Threats: Fear, Terror, and the Politics of Pre-emption Leanne Weber & Murray Lee 6. Being Feared: Masculinity and Race in Public Space Kris Day 7. Untangling the Web: Deceptive Responding in Fear of Crime Research Robbie Sutton & Stephen Farrall 8. Anxiety, Defensiveness and the Fear of Crime David Gadd & Tony Jefferson 9. Bridging the Social and the Psychological in the Fear of Crime Jonathan Jackson 10. State-trait Anxiety and Fear of crime: A Social Psychological Perspective Derek Chadee, Nikiesha J. Virgil & Jason Ditton 11. Revisiting Fear of Crime in Bondi and Marrickville: Sense of Community and Perceptions of Safety Mike Enders & Christine Jennett with Marian Tulloch 12. Critical Voices in an Age of Anxiety: Ending with the identification of where to begin... Murray Lee & Stephen Farrall July 2008: 232pp Hb: 978-0-415-43691-5: $170.00 Pb: 978-0-415-43692-2: $55.95 eBook: 978-0-203-89440-8 A GlassHouse Book

In a world in which media images of crime and deviance proliferate, where every facet of offending is reflected in a ‘vast hall of mirrors’, Framing Crime: Cultural Criminology and the Image makes sense of the increasingly blurred line between the real and the virtual. Images of crime and crime control have now become almost as ‘real’ as crime and criminal justice itself; such that the meaning of both crime and crime control resides, not solely in the essential - and essentially false - factuality of crime rates or arrest records; but also in a contested process of symbolic display, cultural interpretation, and representational negotiation. It is essential, then, that criminologists are closely attuned to the various ways in which crime is imagined, constructed and framed within modern society. Framing Crime: Cultural Criminology and the Image responds to this demand with a collection of papers aimed towards helping the reader better understand the ways in which the contemporary ‘story of crime’ is constructed and promulgated through the image, as well as providing the relevant analytical/research tools to unearth the hidden social and ideological concerns that frequently underpin images of crime, violence and transgression. Selected Contents: 1. Opening the Lens: Framing Crime Keith Hayward and Mike Presdee 2. The Punitive Photograph: Cultural Criminology and the Force of the Image Phil Carney 3. The Decisive Moment: Cultural Criminology and Documentary Photography Cécile Van de Voorde and Jeff Ferrell 4. Staging an Execution: The Media at McVeigh: Cultural Criminology and Documentary Filmmaking Bruce Hoffman and Michelle Brown 5. Shooting Reality: Visual Ethnographic Techniques in Drug-using Locations Daniel Briggs 6. The Seductions of Crime Movies: Cultural Criminology and Hollywood Film Majid Yar 7. Underwriting the ‘War on Terror’: Fiction, Film, and Framing Alexandria Campbell 8. A Reflected Gaze of Humanity: Cultural Criminology and Images of Genocide Wayne Morrison 9. Aboriginal Art as a Critique of Colonial Law and Practice: Artwork, Cultural Criminology and the Law Chris Cuneen 10. Virtual Combats: Othering, Fun and Violence among Argentinean and Dutch Football Supporters on the Internet Damián Zaitch and Tom de Leeuw 11. Sticking it to the Advertising Man: A Cultural Criminology of Transgressive TV Commercials Stephen L. Muzzati 12. Concluision: Futures of Crime and the Image Keith Hayward and Mike Presdee May 2009: 208pp Hb: 978-0-415-45903-7: $170.00 Pb: 978-0-415-45904-4: $47.95 A GlassHouse Book

Foucault and Criminology: An Introduction provides an introduction to Michel Foucault, written from the perspective of criminology’s engagement with his work. Foucault’s writing has become a central reference in theoretical and sociological criminology generally and, more specifically, in what Jock Young has called ’control theory’. The main purpose of this book is to offer a better, clearer and deeper understanding of ongoing criminological debates to both undergraduate and research students in criminology by outlining the theoretical framework which criminologists have taken from Foucault. Its second purpose is to trace the evolution of Foucault’s political project and to counterpose the thrust of his elaborations to the more pedestrian applications of his critical analyses of the present in the field of criminology. In these respects, Foucault and Criminology offers a ’map’ to guide students and practitioners of criminology: both through Foucault’s own writings and those of contemporary criminologists whose work may be characterised as Foucauldian. In so doing, it also pursues the argument that Foucault’s historical and theoretical analyses of discipline, power and governance must be understood in the context of his overall project if criminologists are to avoid reducing Foucault’s radicality, and to reclaim the critical, and resistive, potential of his work. August 2009: 208pp Hb: 978-0-415-46040-8: $150.00 Pb: 978-0-415-46041-5: $45.95 eBook: 978-0-203-09005-3 A GlassHouse Book

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Radicalization The Life Narratives of Political Prisoners Melissa Dearey, Department of Criminology, University of Hull, UK Expanding the influence of auto/biography studies into cultural criminology, this book addresses the origins, processes and cultures of terrorist criminality and political resistance in a globalized world. Criminologists and penologists have long been aware of the sheer volume of autobiography emerging from our prisons. Political prisoners, POWs, freedom fighters and terrorists have been consistently and strongly represented in this corpus of work, including such authors as Bobby Sands, Wole Soyinka, Nelson Mandela, Moazzam Begg, Ngugi wa Thiong’o, Angela Davis, George Jackson, and Aung San Suu Kyi among others. For many of those who have been detained for ostensibly politically motivated crimes, life writing has proven to be indispensable in explaining the causes and processes which account for their situation. Embedded with these life writings are narratives of radicalization or resistance. And this book undertakes an international and comparative analysis of such narratives, where the ’life story’ is considered as a mode of expressing and transmitting ’radical’ cultural values. November 2009: 240pp Hb: 978-0-415-46772-8: $140.00 A GlassHouse Book

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Crime, Inequality and the State

Hypercrime

Sex, Violence and Crime

Edited by Mary Vogel, King’s College London, UK

The New Geometry of Harm

Foucault and the ’Man’ Question

Michael McGuire, London Metropolitan University, UK

Adrian Howe, RMIT, Australia

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’This is an excellent book written in a very lively and engaging manner that immediately grabs the reader’s attention from the outset. [Hypercrime] provides a rich addition to the social control literature that will shape the contours of our understanding of control for decades to come.’ – Dr Laura Piacentini, University of Strathclyde, UK Hypercrime offers a radical critique of the narrow conceptions of cybercrime offered by current justice systems and challenges the governing presumptions about the nature of the threat posed by it.

Written in a theoreticallyinformed yet accessible style, Sex, Violence and Crime provides a novel and highly original approach to questions of sex and violence in contemporary western society. Directed at criminologists, students and, more widely, at anyone interested in these issues, it challenges readers to come to grips with postmodern feminist reconceptualisations of the fraught relationship between sex, violence and crime in order to better combat men’s violence against women and children.

Selected Contents: Introduction. The Historical Rise of Cyber-Crime. Cyberspaces: Identity and Location. First Space Cyber-Harms: Harms to the Self and Other Objects. SecondSpace Cyber-Harms: Harms to the Things Possessed by the Self and Other Objects. Third-space Cyber-Harms: Harms within the Immediate Lifeworld. Fourth-Space Cyber-Harms: The Governing Order – Regulating Cyberspace. A New Criminality? 2007: 400pp Hb: 978-1-904385-93-6: $190.00 Pb: 978-1-904385-53-0: $56.95 eBook: 978-0-203-93952-9

Selected Contents: On the Popularity of Sex and the Topicality of Violence. Sex, Violence and Method. Sex, Violence and Criminology. Pierre Riviere: A Postmodern Case Study (or For and Against Foucault). ’Strange’ Men: From Sex to Sex Killers in the ’Age of Sex Crime’. Putting Men on the Agenda: Racializing Sexual Violence. Naming and Un-Naming Men’s Violence: ’Domestic Violence’ and other Discursive Strategies. The ’Discovery’ and ’Rediscovery’ of Child (Sexual) Assault. The ’Woman Question’ in Sexed Crime: Woman as Victim/Killer/Agent October 2008: Hb: 978-1-904385-92-9: $170.00 Pb: 978-1-904385-10-3: $59.95 eBook: 978-0-203-89127-8

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Informal Reckonings

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Conflict Resolution in Mediation, Restorative Justice, and Reparations

Surveillance and Democracy

Andrew Woolford, University of Manitoba, Canada and R.S. Ratner, University of British Columbia, Canada Informal Reckonings is a critical examination of mediation, restorative justice and reparations and how they reinforce yet potentially transform the formal justice system. Selected Contents: Part 1: Formal and Informal Justice: What is ’Formal’ Justice? Part 2: Resolving Conflict in a Changing World: Understanding Transformations in the Juridical Field Part 3: Mediation as ’Informal Justice’: What is Mediation? Part 4: Restorative Justice as ’Informal’ Justice: What is Restorative Justice? Part 5: Reparations As Informal Justice: What Are Reparations? Part 6: Conclusions 2007: 160pp Hb: 978-0-415-42934-4: $150.00 Pb: 978-1-904385-86-8: $39.95 eBook: 978-0-203-93873-7

Edited by Kevin Haggerty, University of Alberta, Canada and Minas Samatas, University of Crete, Greece This book represents the first sustained attempt to grapple with the relationship between surveillance and democracy. Ultimately directed towards a variety of interventions, such as control, regulation, care, governance, scientific advancement, profit, and so on, surveillance has become central to human organizational and epistemological endeavours and a cornerstone of governmental practices in assorted institutional realms. This social transformation towards expanded, intensified and integrated surveillance has produced many consequences. Most prominently, however it has given rise to an increased anxiety about the implications of surveillance for democratic processes; thus raising a series of questions - about what surveillance means, and might mean, for civil liberties, political processes, public discourse, state coercion and public consent - that the leading surveillance scholars gathered here take up.

This thoughtful and well-edited collection of readings focuses on explaining changing patterns of crime and criminal careers as well as state response through criminal justice policy. Selected Contents: 1. Bringing Inequality Back in to Crime, Law and Authority 2. Crime, Violence and Expanding Imprisonment 3. Criminal Careers 4. Social and Spatial Structure of Community 5. Race, Class and Gender in a Deindustrializing Society 6. Sentencing Discretion and Inequality Under the Common Law 7. Autocolonialism: Governing Through Coercion or Consent? 8. Paths Holding Promise 2007: 656pp Pb: 978-0-415-38268-7: $48.95

The Origins of Criminology A Reader Edited by Nicole H. Rafter, Northeastern University, USA The Origins of Criminology: A Reader contains a collection of nineteenth century texts from the key originators of the practice of criminology - selected, introduced, and with commentaries by the leading scholar in this area, Nicole Hahn Rafter. This book presents criminology as a unique field of study that took root in a context in which urbanization, immigration and industrialization changed the class structure of western nations. As relatively homogenous communities became more sharply divided and aware of a bottom-most group, the ’dangerous classes’, a new segment of the middle class emerged: professionals involved in the work of social control. Tracing the intellectual origins of criminology to physiognomy, phrenology, and evolutionary theories, this book demonstrates criminology’s background in new attitudes toward science and the development of scientific methodologies applicable to social and mental phenomena. Through an expert selection of original texts, it traces the emergence of ‘criminology’ as a new field purporting to produce scientific knowledge about crime and criminals. Selected Contents: 1. Physiognomy 2. Phrenology 3. Moral Insanity Theory 4. Degeneration Theory 5. The Rise of Criminal Statistics 6. The Habitual Offender 7. Criminal Anthropology 8. Late 19th Century Moral Imbecility Theory 9. Galton and New Approaches to Criminality 10. Emergence of the Sociological Approach to the Study of Crime March 2009: 368pp Hb: 978-0-415-45111-6: $190.00 Pb: 978-0-415-45112-3: $53.95

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Debates in Criminal Justice Learning from Key Debates Edited by Tom Ellis, University of Portsmouth, UK This innovative new book recognises that, while criminal justice studies is a core component of all criminology/criminal justice undergraduate degrees, it can be a confusing, overwhelming and a relatively dry topic despite its importance. This helpful book takes an original approach, setting out a series of ten key dilemmas, presented as debates, designed to provide students with a clear framework with which to develop their knowledge and analysis in a way that is both effective and an enjoyable learning experience. This book is also designed for lecturers to structure a core unit of their courses around. Debates in Criminal Justice provides a new and very original type of framework for learning, making considerable use of the other already available academic key texts, press articles, web sources and more. April 2009: 224pp Pb: 978-0-415-44591-7: $43.95

Technologies of InSecurity The Surveillance of Everyday Life Edited by Katja Franko Aas, University of Oslo, Norway, Helene Oppen Gundhus and Heidi Mork Lomell, Institute of Criminology, University of Oslo, Norway Technologies of In Security examines how general social and political concerns about terrorism, crime, migration and globalization are translated into concrete practices of securitisation of everyday life.

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The Currency of Justice Fines and Damages in Consumer Societies Pat O’Malley, University of Sydney, Australia The Currency of Justice examines the broad implications of the ‘monetization of justice’ as more and more of life is regulated through this single medium. Money not only links together legal sanctions, but links legal sanctions to the much broader array of techniques for governing everyday life.

Support for Victims of Crime in Asia

International Criminology

Edited by Wing-Cheong Chan, National University of Singapore

Rob Watts and Judith Bessant, both at Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, Australia and Richard Hil, Southern Cross University, Australia

A Critical Introduction

Series: Routledge Law in Asia

’Blending historical inquiry with critical analysis, this highly engaging introduction to criminology should be on the reading list of everyone who is interested in crime and how we think about it.’ – Dorothy Denning, Professor of Defence Analysis, Naval Postgraduate School, USA

This book examines developments in support for victims of crime in Asia. It shows how, contrary to the widely-held belief that Asian jurisdictions shy away from a rights based approach, there has been considerable progress in support for victims of crime. Selected Contents: Section 1: International Norms and Policy Perspectives Section 2: Victims of Crime in the Criminal Justice System Section 3: Specific Victims of Crime Section 4: Support Services for Victims of Crime Section 5: Compensation and Restorative Justice 2007: 432pp Hb: 978-0-415-43585-7: $240.00 Pb: 978-0-415-43954-1: $69.95 eBook: 978-0-203-94493-6

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Criminology A Sociological Introduction Pam Cox, Eamonn Carrabine, Maggy Lee, Nigel South and Ken Plummer, all at University of Exeter, UK This fully revised textbook, ground in original research, is a clear and insightful introduction to the key topics studied in undergraduate criminology courses. Accessible and userfriendly, it is essential reading for all criminology students. Selected Contents: Part 1: The Criminological Imagination 1. Introduction 2. Histories of Crime 3. Researching Crime Part 2: Thinking About Crime 4. Enlightenment and Early Traditions 5. Early Sociologies of Crime 6. Radicalizing Traditions: Marxism, Feminism and Foucault 7. Crime, Social Theory and Social Change 8. Crime, Place and Space Part 3: Doing Crime 9. Victims and Victimization 10. Crime and Property 11. Crime, Sexuality and Gender 12. Crime, Emotion and Social Psychology 13. Organizational and Professional Forms of Crime Part 4: Controlling Crime 14. Drugs, Alcohol, Health and Crime 15. Thinking about Punishment 16. The Criminal Justice Process 17. Police and Policing 18. Prisons and Imprisonment Part 5: Globalizing Crime 19. Green Criminology 20. Crime and Media 21. Terrorism, State Crime and Human Rights 22. Futures of Crime, Control and Criminology December 2008: 568pp Pb: 978-0-415-46451-2: $49.95

Selected Contents: 1. Money and Monetary Sanctions 2. Penal Fines 3. Regulatory Fines 4. Monetary Damages 5. The Currency of Justice February 2009: 224pp Hb: 978-0-415-42567-4: $160.00 Pb: 978-1-84568-112-8: $42.95

International Criminology is an easy access critical introduction to how conventional criminologists in the international arena think about, and research crime. By using examples from the US, UK and Australia, the authors outline key ideas, vocabulary, assumptions and findings of the discipline while opening up a set of critical underlying issues and problems. From theoretical traditions to historical perspectives; contemporary criminology to reflexive criminology; this all encompassing text covers it all. This is the most valuable introduction to international criminology available for undergraduates and works as a superb refresher for more experienced students. Selected Contents: Introduction: Theoretical Traditions and Historical Perspectives 1. What is Crime?: How Criminologists Think about Crime 2. The Origins of Modern Criminology 3. The Consolidation of Modern Criminology 4. Dissenting Criminology: Issues in Contemporary Criminology 5. A Guide to Reading and Thinking about Criminology 6. Explaining Crime: Unemployment and Crime 7. Explaining Crime: Crime and the Family 8. Criminology and the Lure of Crime Prevention 9. Criminal Justice: Victimology and the Victim 10. Criminology and Corporate Crime 11. Criminology and State Crime. Conclusion: Towards a Reflexive Criminology February 2008: 280pp Pb: 978-0-415-43179-8: $47.95

Handbook of Restorative Justice A Global Perspective Edited by Dennis Sullivan, Institute for Economic and Restorative Justice, New York, USA and Larry Tifft, Central Michigan University, USA A comprehensive collection of original articles by renowned international scholars, this Handbook is a vade mecum for all students and scholars. It surveys the entire landscape of restorative justice from its origins, philosophical and spiritual foundations, to ways in which its principles can be structured into social institutions to effect social change. 2007: 592pp Pb: 978-0-415-44724-9: $51.95

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COMING SOON

Playing the Identity Card

FORTHCOMING

International Handbook of Criminology

Surveillance, Security and Identification in Global Perspective

Transnational Organized Crime

Edited by Colin J Bennett, University of Victoria, Canada and David Lyon, Queen’s University, Canada

Series: Global Institutions

Edited by Shlomo Giora Shoham, Tel Aviv University, Israel, Paul Knepper and Martin Kett, both at University of Sheffield, UK The second Handbook in the Shoham trilogy, which includes the esteemed International Handbook of Penology and Criminal Justice and the upcoming International Handbook of Victimology, this volume is a comprehensive treatment of criminology theory. This text contains contributions from 25 of the top international scholars in the field across a wide range of disciplines. Topics include social deviance, research methods, biological and physiological explanations, personality types, and family socialization processes. The book also explores ecological and economic factors, differential association and situational crime prevention, cultural conflicts and immigration, as well as stigmas, group delinquency and juvenile delinquency. Keeping pace with the changing theoretical framework of criminology in the past several years, the new theories Dr. Shoham presents in this handbook urge a re-evaluation of current practices in criminology. CRC Press October 2009: 700pp Hb: 978-1-4200-8551-8: $139.95

This book analyzes the origins and consequences of new ID systems in several countries, highlighting urgent ethical and political questions. Selected Contents: Part 1: Setting the Scene 1. Playing the ID Card: Understanding the Significance of Identity Card Systems David Lyon and Colin Bennett 2. Governing by Identity Louise Amoore Part 2: Colonial Legacies 3. The Elusive Panopticon: The HANIS Project and the Politics of Standards in South Africa Keith Breckenridge 4. China’s Second Generation National Identity Card: Merging Culture, Industry, and Technology for Authentication, Classification, and Surveillance Cheryl L. Brown 5. Hong Kong’s ‘smart’ ID card: Designed to be Out of Control Graham Greenleaf 6. A Tale of the Colonial Age, or the Banner of New Tyranny? National Identification CARD Systems in Japan Midori Ogasawara 7. India’s new ID card: Fuzzy Logics, Double Meanings and Ethnic Ambiguities Taha Mehmood 8. Population ID Card Systems in the Middle East: The Case of the UAE Zeinab Karake Shalhoub Part 3: Encountering Democratic Opposition 9. Separating the Sheep from the Goats: The United Kingdom’s National Registration Program and Social Sorting in the Pre-Electronic Era Scott Thompson 10. The United Kingdom Identity Card Scheme: Shifting Motivations, Static Technologies David Wills 11. The Politics of Australia’s ’Access Card’ Dean Wilson 12. The INES biometric card and the politics of National Identity Assignment in France Laurent Laniel and Pierre Piazza 13. The US Real ID Act and the Securitization of Identity Kelly Gates 14. Toward a National ID Card for Canada? External Drivers and Internal Complexities Andrew Clement, Krista Boa, Simon Davis and Gus Hosein Part 4: Transnational Regimes 15. ICAO and the Biometric RFID Passport: History and Analysis Jeffrey Stanton 16. Another Piece of Europe in Your Pocket: The European Health Insurance Card Willem Maas July 2008: 304pp Pb: 978-0-415-46564-9: $29.95

Visions of Violence Cinema, Crime, Affect Alison Young, Melbourne University, Australia A crucial question in the analysis of legal practices concerns the processes of identification with, in and as law – a question of how and by what route law achieves its ends. While it is conventional to interpret the practices of law through the institutional sources of the legal tradition, Visions of Violence considers how law and legal practices figure in the cultural field; and, specifically, in film. August 2009: 224pp Hb: 978-0-415-49071-9: $140.00 eBook: 978-0-203-88079-1 A GlassHouse Book

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In this book former police officer Frank Madsen provides a much needed, short and accessible introduction to transnational organized crime, explaining its history and the key current issues and clearly examining the economics and practices of crime in the era of globalization. Illustrated by a series of researched case studies from around the world, Transnational Organized Crime is essential reading for all students and researchers in International Relations, International Law and Criminology. S e l e ct e d Co n t e n t s : 1. Taxonomy 2. History and Development of Concept of Organized Crime 3. The Transnational Crimes 4. Transnational Crime and Terrorism 5. The Economics of Transnational Organized Crime 6. Initiatives Against Transnational Crime 7. Critical Issues and Future Trends 8. Conclusion May 2009: 144pp Hb: 978-0-415-46498-7: $110.00 Pb: 978-0-415-46499-4: $28.95

Victimology Victimisation and Victims’ Rights L o r r a i n e W o l h u t e r , Stellenbosch University, South Africa, N e i l O l l e y , University of Wolverhampton, UK. and D a v i d D e n h a m , University of Wolverhampton, UK This new book examines the theoretical arguments concerning victimization before examining who victims actually are and the measures taken by the criminal justice system to enhance their position. Particular attention is paid to the victimization of women, LGBT persons, minority ethnic persons and the elderly. The text engages in a detailed exposition of the law’s response to such victimization, focusing on the measures adopted in international human rights law, by the Council of Europe, and in English law and policy. It also assesses alternative models of victim participation in criminal proceedings in European jurisdictions such as Germany, Sweden and the Netherlands. Adopting an interdisciplinary approach which encompasses law, criminology and social policy, the book is ideal for undergraduates taking an option in victimology, race and crime, or gender and crime, whatever their disciplinary background. S e l e ct e d Co n t e n t s : 1. Introduction P a r t 1: V i ct i m o l o g y a n d V i ct i m i z a t i o n 2. Theories of Victimology 3. Victimization 4. Women Victims - Domestic Terror and Female Victimization 5. Victims from Minority Ethnic Groups 6. LGBT and Elderly Victims P a r t 2: L e g a l R e s p on s e s t o V i ct i m i z a t i o n 7. The Development of a Legal Right’s Discourse 8. Support and Assistance 9. Information, Respect and Recognition, and Protection 10. Victim Participation 11. Victim Compensation 12. Victims and Restorative Justice 13. Rights of Victims from Socially Disadvantaged Groups 14. Conclusion - A Victims’ Rights Model for the Criminal Process 2008: 320pp Pb: 978-1-84568-045-9: $64.95 • AVAILABLE AS A COMPLIMENTARY COPY

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EUROPEAN LAW

COMING SOON

COMING SOON

The Fragility of Law

International Handbook of Victimology

Global Environment of Policing

Constitutional Patriotism and the Jews of Belgium, 1940-1945

Edited by Shlomo Giora Shoham, Tel Aviv University, Israel Paul Knepper and Martin Kett, both at University of Sheffield, UK The third and final instalment of the Shoham Handbook trilogy, this work follows in the tradition of the International Handbook of Penology and Criminal Justice and the International Handbook of Criminology by providing state-of the-art information contributed by the leading experts in the field. The comparative nature of the cultural information presented provides a theoretical framework from which to rethink the field of victimology. The book covers such topics as the victim’s revolution, radical and positivist victimology, and victimology research. It also examines victim involvement in rape and other crimes and discusses battered women, female prisoners, and date rape. Written for a wide-ranging audience, the text also explores media coverage and public perceptions of victims.

Edited by Dilip K. Das, International Police Executive Symposium, Guilderland, New York, USA, Darren Palmer, Deakin University at Waurn Ponds, Victoria, Australia and Clifford D. Shearing, University of Cape Town, Rondebosch, South Africa Focusing on major changes in policing across the globe, this book examines the effects of pressures within a society, terrorism and transnational crime, social and political transformations within countries, and funding constraints. The book consists of case studies from contributors that include high level police executives, practitioners, and academics from universities in North and South America, Europe, Africa, Asia, Australia. The contributors address issues such as policing in developing countries, transitioning from war to peace time policing, the effects of terrorism and national security, problem oriented policing, private policing, police accountability, gender issues, and democratic influences.

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COMING SOON

European Union Non-Discrimination Law

Security in Post Conflict Africa The Role of Non-State Policing Bruce Baker, Coventry University, UK Series: Advances in Police Theory and Practice Based upon six years of field work, Dr. Baker presents his findings on eight post-conflict African countries. His research, gathered through interviews, observations, and focus groups, examines the complex types of law enforcement and crime prevention systems that have developed during times of political and social instability. He explores the concept of non-state policing, explains why it dominates African security services, describes the services provided, and discusses issues of accountability. He suggests ways to enhance these systems and presents solutions for ensuring law, order, and safety so that life can improve and democracy can develop. CRC Press August 2009: 250pp Hb: 978-1-4200-9193-9: $129.95

The Death Penalty Today Edited by R o b e r t M . B o h m , University of Central Florida, Orlando, USA Respected for his evenhanded contributions to the death penalty debate, editor Robert Bohm calls upon experts to address legal, empirical, political, and philosophical aspects of capital punishment. The first of two sections focuses on miscarriages of justice, including errors in conviction and possible remedies. It reviews potential causes of wrongful conviction, considers the responsibility of the state for reintegration of the wrongfully convicted, and debates the humanity of lethal injections. The next section considers the first amendment and governmental accountability, reveals the phenomenon of consensual executions as assisted suicide, and evaluates the curious dichotomy in logic between the reviled practice of lynching and government-sanctioned executions.

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David Fraser, University of Nottingham, UK The Fragility of Law examines the ways in which, during the Second World War, the Belgian government and judicial structure became implicated in the identification, exclusion and killing of its Jewish residents, and in the theft - through Aryanization - of Jewish property. David Fraser demonstrates how a series of political and legal compromises meant that the infrastructure for antisemitic persecutions and ultimately the deaths of thousands of Belgian Jews was Belgian. Based on extensive archival research in Belgium, France, the United States and Israel, The Fragility of Law offers the first detailed exploration in English of this intriguing and virtually unexplored episode of Holocaust history. November 2008: 288pp Hb: 978-0-415-47761-1: $140.00 eBook: 978-0-203-88500-0 A GlassHouse Book

Feminist Perspectives on Family Law

Comparative Perspectives on Multidimensional Equality Law Edited by Dagmar Schiek, University of Leeds, UK and Victoria Chege, University of Oldenburg, Germany This edited collection addresses the increasing complexity of European Equality Law from jurisprudential, sociological and political science perspectives. Internationally renowned researchers from Scandinavian, Continental and Central European countries and Britain analyse consequences of multiplying discrimination grounds within EU equality law, considering its multidimensionality and intersectionality. The contributors to the volume theorise the move from formal to substantive equality law and its interrelation to new forms of governance, demonstrating the specific combination of non-discrimination law with welfare state models which reveal the global implications of the European Union. The book will be of interest to academics and policy makers all over the world, in particular to those researching and studying law, political sciences and sociology with an interest in human rights, non discrimination law, contract and employment law or European studies. Selected Contents: Introduction Part 1: Assessing Legal Responses to Multidimensional Equality Part 2: Theorising Intersectionality from Different Disciplinary Angles Part 3: Comparative Approaches to Multidimensional Equality Law in Europe Part 4: A Symbol of Intersectionality in Legal Discourse – The Headscarf Enigma August 2008: 448pp Hb: 978-0-415-45722-4: $170.00 Pb: 978-0-415-47115-2: $160.00 eBook: 978-0-203-89262-6

Edited by Alison Diduck, University College London, UK and Katherine O’Donovan, Queen Mary, University of London, UK Series: Feminist Perspectives This book assesses the impact that feminism has had upon family law and examines specific areas of family law from a feminist perspective. It is broad in scope and looks at issues of current legal and political preoccupation. Selected Contents: 1. Introduction: Feminism and Families Plus Ca Change? 2. Family Friendly?: Rights, Responsibilities and Relationship Recognition 3. Shared Households: A New Paradigm for Thinking about the Reform of Domestic Property Relations 4. What is a Parent? 5. Parents in Law: Subjective Impacts and Status Implications Around the Use of Licensed Donor Insemination 6. After Birth: Decisions about Becoming a Mother 7. The Ethic of Justice Strikes Back: Changing Narratives of Fatherhood 8. Domestic Violence, Men’s Groups and the Equivalence Argument 9. Feminist Perspectives on Youth Justice 10. Working Towards Credit for Parenting: A Consideration of Tax Credits as a Feminist Enterprise 11. ’The Branch on Which We Sit’: Multiculturalism, Minority Women and Family Law 12. Feminist Legal Studies and the Subject(s) of Men: Questions of Text, Terrain and Context in the Politics of Family Law and Gender 2007: 288pp Hb: 978-1-904385-42-4: $200.00 Pb: 978-0-415-42036-5: $43.95 eBook: 978-0-203-94538-4

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EUROPEAN LAW

Law, Democracy and Solidarity in a Post-national Union The Unsettled Political Order of Europe Edited by Erik Oddvar Eriksen, University of Oslo, Norway, Christian Joerges and Florian Rรถdl, both at University of Bremen, Germany Series: Routledge Studies on Democratising Europe This book investigates how the values of the rule of law, solidarity and democracy can be understood in the European Union in order to ensure the sustainability of the European political order. July 2008: 272pp Hb: 978-0-415-46227-3: $140.00 eBook: 978-0-203-89255-8

COMING SOON

Religion, Politics and Law in the European Union Edited by Lucien Leustean, Aston University, UK and John Madeley, London School of Economics and Political Science, University of London, UK This edited volume examines the activities of religious actors in the context of supranational European institutions, and the ways in which they have responded to the idea of Europe at local and international levels. It considers changing religious identities; the role of political/religious leaders; and EU legislation on religion. October 2009: 256pp Hb: 978-0-415-46627-1: $140.00

FAMILY LAW

European Union Law

NEW

A l i n a K a cz o r o w s k a, University of the West Indies, Barbados

10TH EDITION

This new textbook has been specifically written to give law students detailed and up-to-date knowledge of all the main areas of EU law, while leading them to examination success. The book provides an in-depth and detailed examination of, and commentary on the areas of institutional and of substantive EU law forming the syllabus of standard academic courses on EU law. It is an essential resource for those studying EU law on both undergraduate and postgraduate courses and will also be of interest to students of political science, social science and business studies. www.routledgecavendish.com/textbooks/ 9780415447980 S e l e ct e d Co n t e n t s : 1. The History of European Integration. 2. The Treaty of Lisbon. 3. The Expanding Membership of the European Union. 4. Competences of the EU. 5. The Institutional Framework of the European Communities and the European Union. 6. Legislative Procedures in the Community. 7. Sources of Community Law. 8. Preliminary Rulings: Article 234 EC.9. Direct Applicability of Community Law. 10. Direct Effect of Community Law. 11. Supremacy of Community Law. 12. Liability of a Member State for Damage Caused to Individuals by an Infringement of Community Law. 13. Enforcement of Community Law Actions against Member States. 14. Direct Actions against Community Institutions. 15. An Introduction to the Internal Market of the EU. 16. The Customs Union. 17. The Prohibition of Customs Duties and all Charges Having Equivalent Effect to Custom Duties (CEE). 18. Discriminatory Internal Taxation. 19. Quantitative Restrictions (QRs) and Measures Having Equivalent Effect on Imports (MEQRs) Article 28 EC 20. Quantitative Restrictions (QR) and Measures Having Equivalent Effect on Exports (MEQRs) Article 29 EC. 21. Article 30 EC. 22. Citizenship of the EU. 23. Free Movement of Workers. 24. The right of establishment (Articles 43-48 EC) and the right to supply and receive services (Articles 43-55 EC). 25. Exceptions to the free movement of persons. 26. Introduction to EC Competition Law. 27. Article 81 EC. 28. Article 82 EC. 29. Merger Control. 30. Enforcement of Articles 81 and 82 EC. 31. Intellectual Property Rights 2008: 1152pp Hb: 978-0-415-44797-3: $180.00 Pb: 978-0-415-44798-0: $49.95 eBook: 978-0-203-88647-2

The English Legal System 2009-2010 D a v i d K e l l y , Staffordshire University, UK and Ga r y S l a p p e r , The Open University, UK S e l e ct e d Co n t e n t s : 1. Law and Legal Study 2. Rule of Law and Human Rights. 3. Sources of Law. 4. The Civil Courts. 5. The Criminal Courts 6. The Judiciary 7. Judicial Reasoning. 8. The Jury. 9. The Civil Process. 10. Arbitration, Tribunal Adjudication and Alternative Dispute Resolution. 11. The Criminal Process: (1) The Investigation of Crime 12. The Criminal Process: (2) The Prosecution. 13. Legal Services 14. The Funding of Legal Services 15. The European Context April 2009: 640pp Hb: 978-0-415-48578-4: $160.00 Pb: 978-0-415-48096-3: $59.95 โ€ข AVAILABLE AS A COMPLIMENTARY COPY

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Centralized Enforcement, Legitimacy and Good Governance in the EU The Role of the Centralised Enforcement Action Melanie Smith, University of Cardiff, UK Series: Routledge Research in European Union Law Article 226 EC is the central mechanism of enforcement in the EC Treaty, and remains unchanged since the original Treaty of Rome. This book examines Article 226 in the light of contemporary debates including concepts such as democracy, legitimacy, good administration and good governance in the EU. August 2009: 256pp Hb: 978-0-415-46784-1: $130.00

OMING SOON

Ratifying European Union Treaties Processes and Actors Carlos Closa Montero, Centre for Political and Constitutional Studies, Madrid, Spain Series: Routledge Advances in European Politics Focuses on the politics of ratification of EU Treaties and reviews the processes of ratification of EU primary legislation. The cases explored include, amongst others, the Treaties of Rome and Paris and the so far, failed EU constitution. September 2009: 208pp Hb: 978-0-415-45489-6: $140.00

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Rights, Gender and Family Law Edited by Julie Wallbank, School of Law, University of Leeds, Shazia Choudhry and Jonathan Herring, University of Oxford, UK The contributors to Rights, Gender and Family Law explore the tensions between rights based approaches and welfare based approaches in family law: explaining their differences and connections; considering whether, if at all, they are reconcilable; and addressing the extent to which they can advantage or disadvantage the interests of women, children and men. It may be the case that rights-based discourses will come to dominate family law, at least in respect of the way that social policy and legislation responds to calls of equality of rights between mothers and fathers. This book, however, argues that rights cannot be given centre-stage without thinking through the ramifications for gendered power-relations, and the welfare of children. June 2009: 240pp Hb: 978-0-415-48267-7: $150.00 A GlassHouse Book

Criminal Abuse of Women and Children

GENDER AND SEXUALITY

Legal Responses to Domestic Violence

Intimacy and Responsibility

Mandy Burton, University of Leicester, UK

Matthew Weait, Birkbeck, University of London, UK

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The Criminalisation of HIV Transmission

This book aims to examine legal responses to domestic violence in a holistic way. In England and Wales, as in other jurisdictions, much attention has been paid to the criminal justice response to domestic violence. The response of the civil justice system has not been ignored, but has been somewhat marginalized. Legal Responses to Domestic Violence takes a systematic approach to examining legal responses, encompassing the full range of decision makers within the legal system to analyze developments in substantive law and practice, in particular the movement towards an integrated justice approach. Selected Contents: 1. The Role of Law 2. The Evolving Civil Law 3. Using the Civil Law 4. Where Next for Civil Law?: The Evolving Criminal Law 5. Using the Criminal Law 6. Where next for Criminal Law? May 2008: 168pp Hb: 978-0-415-45423-0: $160.00 Pb: 978-1-84472-026-2: $80.00 eBook: 978-0-203-92775-5

An International Perspective Edited by Obi N.I. Ebbe, University of Tennessee, Chattanooga, USA and Dilip K. Das, International Police Executive Symposium, Guilderland, New York, USA

Gender, State and Social Power in Contemporary Indonesiah

Written by international leaders with firsthand knowledge of the issues, this book investigates criminal and noncriminal abuses of women and children. Following an introduction to the historical antecedents and theoretical explanations of criminal abuse, the text presents case studies from Europe, Asia, Africa, the Middle East, and the Americas. The final chapters conclude with applied perspectives of these case studies. By providing data on criminal exploitation, presenting the international nature of the crime, and highlighting domestic and international organizations devoted to this cause, Criminal Abuse of Women and Children elevates this topic to a subject worthy of academic discourse.

Kate O’Shaughnessy, Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Canberra, Australia

Divorce and Marriage Law

Series: ASAA Women in Asia Series

In what circumstances and on what basis, should those who transmit serious diseases to their sexual partners be criminalised? In this new book Matthew Weait uses English case law as the basis of a more general and critical analysis of the response of the criminal courts to those who have been convicted of transmitting HIV during sex. Taking into account the sociocultural issues surrounding HIV/AIDS and their interaction with the law, Weait has written an excellent book for postgraduate and undergraduate law and criminology students studying criminal law theory, the trial process, offences against the person, and the politics of criminalisation. The book will also be of interest to health professionals working in the field of HIV/AIDS genito-urinary medicine who want to understand the issues that may face their clients and patients. Selected Contents: Introduction. Overview of the English Case Law. The International and Historical Context. HIV/AIDS and its Meanings. R v Konzani: A Case Study. Harm. Causation. Fault. Consent. Conclusion 2007 Hb: 978-1-904385-71-4: $170.00 Pb: 978-1-904385-70-7: $51.95 eBook: 978-0-203-93793-8 A GlassHouse Book

Sexuality and the Law

This book examines gender, state and social power in Indonesia, focusing especially on state regulation of divorce from 1965 to 2005. It shows how regulation was an important tool of social control by the New Order regime, and explores how state power was contested and co-opted by men and women.

Feminist Engagements Edited by Vanessa Munro, King’s College London, University of London, UK and Carl Stychin, University of Reading, UK ‘Rediscovering’ the peculiarity of feminist perspectives, rather than the range of genderoriented analyses, in legal regulation and sexuality, this edited collection avoids the reductionist and essentialist shortcomings of ‘feminism unmodified’.

December 2008: 256pp Hb: 978-0-415-47650-8: $150.00 eBook: 978-0-203-88398-3

CRC Press April 2009: 245pp Hb: 978-1-4200-8803-8: $119.95

Selected Contents: Introduction 1. Devil-in Disguise?: Harm, Privacy and the Sexual Offences Act 2003 2. On being Responsible 3. ’Freedom and the Capacity to Make a Choice’: A Feminist Analysis of Consent in the Criminal Law of Rape 4. De-meaning of Contract 5. Out of the Shadows: Feminist Silence and Liberal Law 6. Transgender: Destabilising Feminism? 7. Beyond Unity 8. Speaking beyond Thinking: Citizenship, Governance and Lesbian and Gay Politics 9. Teenage Pregnancies and Sex Education: Constructing the Girl/Woman Concept 10. ’Faith’ and the ’Good’ Liberal: The Construction of Female Sexual Subjectivity in Anti-trafficking Legal Discourse 11. Making Sense of Zero Tolerance Policies in Peacekeeping Sexual Economies 12. Wives and Whores: Prospects for a Feminist Theory of Redistribution 2007: 336pp Hb: 978-1-904385-67-7: $200.00 Pb: 978-1-904385-66-0: $59.95 eBook: 978-0-203-94509-4 A GlassHouse Book

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HUMAN RIGHTS

COMING SOON

Freedom of Expression

Human Rights Controversies

Sexuality and the Politics of Rights in Southern Africa

A Critical and Comparative Analysis

The Impact of Legal Form

Vincenzo Zeno-Zencovich, University Roma Tre, Italy

Luke McNamara, University of Wollongong, Australia

The Legacy of Venus Monstrosa Oliver Phillips, University of Westminster, London, UK

This book takes a multidisciplinary approach to the issues surrounding freedom of expression, looking at the current legal position in a number of European countries and the EU as well as engaging with the wider debates on the topic amongst sociologists, political scientists and economists.

Exploring sexuality and what constitutes appropriate sexual behaviours in South Africa and Zimbabwe, this book views sexuality as an instrument of social regulation and traces the historical continuities between colonialism and current debates. The distinctly contrary ways that both countries have approached sexuality epitomize either the intransigence of the ‘traditional’ or the promise of ‘liberation’. Phillips analyzes their differences and similarities, including the contrasting role of the constitution as a platform for rights in each country, their different engagement with customary law and legal subjectivity within the context of a range of concerns, including: • gender equality • expressions of cultural authenticity • rights in local attempts to define the post-colonial nation. A powerful look at the key elements of gender relations, post-colonial nationhood and sexual rights, this book is an invaluable legal reference resource for all those interested in the interface between sexuality, gender and the law.

Selected Contents: 1. Freedom to print or freedom of the press? 2. Broadcasting 3. Journalistic activity 4. Freedom of expression as an alienable right 5. Advertising 6. Freedom of expression and economic regulation 7. The main areas of conflict: pornography, peaceful coexistence, national security 8. Towards a European framework? 9. Freedom of expression in the Internet age 10. From information, to communication, to knowledge 11. Conclusive remarks June 2008: 160pp Hb: 978-0-415-46670-7: $150.00 Pb: 978-0-415-47155-8: $38.95 eBook: 978-0-203-89308-1

July 2009: 250pp Hb: 978-1-904385-18-9: $140.00

Human Rights and Empire

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The Political Philosophy of Cosmopolitanism Costas Douzinas, Birkbeck College, UK ’A key contribution to the renewal of not only radical theory, but also radical politics’ – Slavoj Zizek

Children and International Human Rights Law The Right of the Child to be Heard

’A truly compelling argument ... one of the most original contributions to the question of the moral and legal statof human rights’ – Drucilla Cornell

Aisling Parkes, University College, Cork, Ireland The United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child 1989 is one of the most highly ratified human rights treaties in the world, with 192 states currently signed up to it. Article Twelve is fundamental to the Convention and states that all children capable of forming views have the right to express those views, and recognises that all children have the right to be heard in any judicial and administrative proceedings affecting them. This book explores the extent to which Article Twelve has been implemented under international law, and in domestic law, as well as setting-out recommendations for the most effective ways of implementing Article Twelve in all areas of children’s lives. Selected Contents: 1. Article 12 and Child Participation 2. The Nature and Scope of Article 12 of the CRC 3. Implementing Article 12 in Practice 4. The Family 5. Family Law Proceedings 6. Education 7. Children in Conflict with the Law 8. Child Participation at Community, National and International Level 9. National Human Rights Institutions 10. International Enforcement of the CRC 11. Conclusion April 2009: 320pp Hb: 978-0-415-45836-8: $140.00

Many countries confront similar human rights controversies, but, despite the claimed universality of human rights values they are not always resolved in the same way. Why? What role do local legal conditions play? Is human rights discourse more potent where rights are constitutionally entrenched, rather than where there is a tradition of respect for underlying human rights values but no bill of rights?

Series: UT Austin Studies in Foreign and Transnational Law

’beautiful and clearly written... the author’s combination of erudition, passion and lively style makes the work a constantly fascinating read. ...a worthwhile introduction to the history of political philosophy.’ – Cardozo Law Review, March 2008 Exploring the legacy and the contemporary role of human rights, this topical and incisive book is a must for all those interested in human rights law, jurisprudence and philosophy of law, political philosophy and political theory. Selected Contents: Part 1: The Paradoxes of Human Rights 1. The End of Human Rights? 2. Identity, Desire, Rights 3. The Many Faces of Humanitarianism 4. The Politics of Human Rights 5. Freedom in a Biopolitical Setting Part 2: The Normative Sources of the New World Order 6. Empire or Cosmopolitanism? 7. Cosmopolitanism Ancient, Modern, Postmodern 8. Human Rights: Values in a Valueless World 9. The Brief Glory and the Long Crisis of International Law 10. War, Violence, Law 11. Bare, Theological and Cosmopolitan Sovereignty 12. Postscript: The Cosmopolitanism to Come 2007: 336pp Hb: 978-0-415-42758-6: $180.00 Pb: 978-0-415-42759-3: $53.95 eBook: 978-0-203-94511-7

Comparative socio-legal examination of three recent controversies - double jeopardy reform, recognition of same-sex relationships and the operation of hate speech laws - in four countries - Australia, Canada, New Zealand and the United Kingdom provides answers to these questions. Examination of these controversies suggests that differences in the design of domestic legal institutions and procedures for the injection of human rights values into legal decision-making processes can have a powerful effect on the manner in which human rights issues are constructed, handled and resolved. Selected Contents: Introduction: Universal Human Rights in a World of Localities. The Legal Protection of Human Rights: Rolling Back an Established Human Right: ’Reforming’ the Rule Against Double Jeopardy. Pushing the Boundaries of Human Rights Protection: Equality and the Recognition of Same Sex Relationships. Balancing ’Competing’ Human Rights: Drawing the Free Speech/Hate Speech Line. Conclusions: Does Legal Form Matter? 2007: 320pp Hb: 978-1-904385-32-5: $200.00 Pb: 978-0-415-42038-9: $57.95 eBook: 978-0-203-94514-8 A GlassHouse Book

Human Rights in the South Pacific Challenges and Changes Sue Farran, University of Dundee, UK This book looks at the challenges and contemporary issues raised by human rights in the island countries of the South West Pacific which have come under the influence of common law. The main topic interacts with a range of others such as constitutions, legal institutions and structures, social organization, culture and custom, tradition and change, especially in the Pacific region where the legal systems are complex and perceptions of what rights are or should be varies widely. January 2009: 320pp Hb: 978-1-84472-109-2: $170.00 eBook: 978-0-203-88268-9

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R i ch a r d F a l k, University of California, Santa Barbara, USA

War, Conflict and Human Rights

The Genocide Studies Reader

Ch a n d r a L e k h a S r i r a m, University of East London, London, UK, O l g a M a r t i n -O r t e g a , University of East London, London, UK and J o h a n n a H e r m a n, University of East London, London, UK

Edited by S a m u e l To t t e n , University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, USA and P a u l R . B a r t r o p , Deakin University, Australia

This book addresses similar questions as Falk’s earlier Human Rights Horizons, extending the exploration of human rights discourse and practice to focus on matters of post-9/11 security issues, developments in international criminal law, the role of citizenship and democracy, and approaches from the humanities. S e l e ct e d Co n t e n t s : Introduction P a r t O n e : O v e r v i e w 1. Toward a Necessary Utopianism: Democratic Global Governance 2. The Power of Rights and The Rights of Power: What Future for Human Rights 3. Orientalism and International Law P a r t Tw o Nu r t ur i n g Gl o b a l D e m o cr a cy 4. Toward Global Democracy 5. Citizenship and Globalization P a r t T h r e e : I n t e r n a t i o na l Cr i m i n a l L a w 6. The Holocaust and the Emergence of International Human Rights 7. The Pinochet Moment: Whither Universal Jurisdiction 8. Genocide at the World Court: The Case Against Serbia P a r t F o u r : Hu m a n Ri g ht s A f t e r 9/ 11 9. A Descending Spiral 10. Encroaching on the Rule of Law: Counter-Terrorist Justifications 11. Humanitarian Intervention P a r t F i v e : B e y o n d P o l i t i cs 12. Crimes, Lies, and Law: Human Rights in Adversity 13. Humanity in Question 14. The Ideal of the Citizen Pilgrim 2008: 256pp Pb: 978-0-415-99016-5: $29.95 eBook: 978-0-203-88910-7 • AVAILABLE AS A COMPLIMENTARY COPY

This book addresses the relationship of human rights to armed conflict in three distinct sections. • Section 1 examines the tensions and complementarities between protection of human rights and resolution of conflict. This involves consideration of the competing political demands in play and of the challenges posed by internal armed conflict and nonstate armed groups, where international law has little direct effect • Section 2 considers the scope and effects of human rights violations in a number of contemporary armed conflicts, such as the “Global War on Terror”, and the conflicts in Sierra Leone, Sudan, the Democratic Republic of Congo, and Uganda • Section 3 examines the legal and institutional accountability mechanisms that have been developed in the wake of armed conflict to punish violations of human rights law and international humanitarian law. It concludes with a discussion of continuing and emergent trends and challenges.

War, Conflict and Human Rights will be essential reading for advanced students of war, armed conflict and human rights, and international humanitarian law, and highly recommended for students of conflict analysis, prevention, resolution, post-conflict peacebuilding, international humanitarian law and international security. S e l e ct e d Co n t e n t s : How to use this text S E CT I O N I : Wa r a n d h um a n r i g h t s : cr i t i ca l i s s u e s 1. Interplay between War and Human Rights 2. Conflict: fundamentals and debates 3. Human Rights: History and debates 4. Humanitarian and human rights law in Armed Conflict S E CT I O N I I : Co n t e m p o r a r y co n f l i ct : cr i t i ca l ca s e s 6. The Former Yugoslavia 7. Sierra Leone 8. The Democratic Republic of the Congo 9. Sudan 10. The “Global War on Terror” PAR T I I I : B u i l d i n g p e a ce a n d s e e k i n g a cco u n t a b i l i t y : re ce n t m e ch a n i s m s a n d i n s t i t ut i o n s 11. Ad hoc tribunals 12. Enforcing human rights transnationally 13. Hybrid tribunals 14. The International Criminal Court 15. Enduring and emergent challenges and opportunities July 2009: 240pp Hb: 978-0-415-45205-2: $150.00 Pb: 978-0-415-45206-9: $42.95

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This thorough overview of all aspects of the field of genocide studies brings together for the first time classic and contemporary writings from some of the most noted scholars writing on genocide in the fields of genocide studies, political science, history, and sociology. The Reader covers key aspects of a host of complex and thorny issues, such as the definition of genocide, theories of genocide, prevention and intervention, and its denial. This collection of writings is essential reading for anyone who wants to understand this most atrocious form of political violence that has plagued human history. S e l e ct e d Co nt e n t s : P a r t I : D e f i n i t i o n s o f Ge no ci d e 1. The Origin of the Term Genocide and the Definition Used in the UN Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of Genocide 2. Alternative Definitions 3. Related Terms PA RT I I : T h e o r i e s a n d Ca u s e s o f Ge n o ci d e 4. Theories of Genocide PA RT I I I Ge n o ci d a l Cr i m e s 5. Cases of Genocide 6. Comparative Studies of Various Cases of Genocide PA R T I V : T h e Co m p l e x i t i e s o f t h e P r e v e n t i o n a nd I n t e r v e n t i o n o f Ge n o ci d e 7. The Issues of Sovereignty and Political Will 8. The Prevention of Genocide 9. Intervention PA RT V: P ro s e cu t i o n o f Cr i m e s A g a i n s t Hu m a n i t y a n d Ge n o ci d e 10. Setting a Precedent: The Nuremberg Trials 11. The International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia 12. The International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda 13. Trials in National Courts 14. The International Criminal Court (ICC) PA RT V I : D e n i a l o f Ge n o ci d e 15. Denial of Genocide March 2009: 576pp Hb: 978-0-415-95394-8: $135.00 Pb: 978-0-415-95395-5: $39.95

FORTHCOMING TEXTBOOK 2ND EDITION

Texts and Materials on International Human Rights R h o n a S m i t h , Northumbria University, UK International Human Rights, now more than ever, is at the forefront of global politics and encompasses a broad and diverse range of subjects, issues and geographical jurisdictions. This book takes a thematic approach to the subject by collecting material around concepts and frameworks rather than specific rights making it the ideal companion for most courses in International Human Rights. The second edition has been fully updated to take into account key developments since the publication of the previous edition in 2006 including the reform of the UN mechanisms. S e l e ct e d Co nt e n t s : Sources of International Human Rights; Key Concepts: Universality, Interdependence, Positive obligations and Categories of Rights; States and Treaty Obligations; The Organisational Structures and Key Institutions; Monitoring and Enforcing Human Rights : Extraconventional mechanisms; Treaty Monitoring Bodies: Committees and Courts; National Institutions and International Human Rights; Extending the duties to protect and respect human rights (non-State actors); Reforming the human rights system; Protecting Children; Detainees, prisoners and Convictees; Indigenous Peoples and their Rights; The Protection of Refugees, Stateless Persons and Internally Displaced People; Protecting and Promoting the Rights of Women October 2009: 600pp Hb: 978-0-415-49107-5: $180.00 Pb: 978-0-415-49115-0: $70.00

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HUMAN RIGHTS

INTERNATIONAL ECONOMIC AND COMMERCIAL LAW

International Human Rights

FORTHCOMING

COMING SOON

A Comprehensive Introduction

Measuring Human Rights

M i ch a e l H a a s

To d d L a n d m a n , University of Essex, UK and E d z i a Ca r v a l h o , University of Essex, UK

International Economic Actors and Human Rights

“This is probably the most informative, extensive, and detailed study of the international human rights problematique yet published. Michael Haas has cast an extraordinarily wide net and covered the material in an insightful and a provocative analysis.” - J .D a v i d S i n g e r, P ro f e s s o r E m e r i t u s o f P o l i ti ca l S ci e n ce , U n i v e r s i t y o f M i ch i g a n , U S A S e l e ct e d Co n t e n t s : 1. Introduction 2. The Philosophical Basis for Human Rights 3. The Historical Basis for Human Rights 4. The Contemporary Basis for Human Rights 5. Civil and Political Rights 6. Economic, Social, and Cultural Rights 7. Crimes Against Humanity, Crimes Against Peace, & War Crimes 8. Quantitative Dimensions 9. United Nations Charter-Based Organizations 10. Other Treaty-Based Global International Organizations 11. American Approaches to International Human Rights 12. European Approaches to International Human Rights 13. Third World Approaches to International Human Rights 14. New Dimensions & Challenges 2008: 464pp Hb: 978-0-415-77454-3: $155.00 Pb: 978-0-415-77455-0: $44.95

Written by leading experts in the field, this is the most up-to-date and comprehensive book on how to measure human rights. It offers a wonderful new addition to this important area of work in the field of human rights, and will be of interest to academics and NGOs, INGOs, international governmental organizations, international financial institutions, and national governments themselves. S e l e ct e d Co n t e n t s : 1. Introduction 2. The Content of Human Rights 3. Measuring Human Rights 4. Events-Based Measures 5. Standards-Based Measures 6. Survey-Based Measures 7. Socio-Economic and Administrative Statistics 8. Conclusion June 2009: 192pp Hb: 978-0-415-44649-5: $125.00 Pb: 978-0-415-44650-1: $43.95

Contemporary Human Rights Ideas

3RD EDITION

Bertrand G. Ramcharan, Geneva Graduate Institute of International Studies, Switzerland

Century of Genocide

Series: Global Institutions This book provides an accessible introduction to the key human rights concepts, the current debates about human rights, strategies and institutions for taking forward the global implementation of human rights, and the core messages that need to be imparted to students and the public at large.

Critical Essays and Eyewitness Accounts Edited by S a m u e l To t t e n, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, USA and W i l l i a m S . P a r s o n s , United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Through powerful first-person accounts, scholarly analysis, and compelling narrative, Century of Genocide details the causes and ramifications of the genocides perpetrated in the twentieth century and into the twenty-first. Historical context provides the necessary background on the actors and victims to help us better understand these episodes of atrocious political violence. The Third Edition has been carefully updated and features new chapters on the genocides in Darfur, in Guatemala, and against indigenous peoples the world over. The volume concludes with a consideration of the methods of prevention and intervention of future genocides. S e l e ct e d Co n t e n t s : Introduction 1. Genocide of the Hereros 2. The Armenian Genocide 3. Soviet Man-made Famine in Ukraine 4. Holocaust: The Genocide of the Jews 5. Holocaust: The Gypsies 6. Holocaust: The Genocide of Disabled Peoples 7. The Indonesian Massacres 8. Genocide in East Timor 9. Genocide in Bangladesh 10. The Burundi Genocide 11. The Cambodian Genocide 1975-1979 12. Guatemala: Acts of Genocide and Scorched Earth Counterinsurgency War 13. Physical and Cultural Genocide of Indigenous Peoples 14. The Anfal Operations in Iraqi Kurdistan 15. The Rwanda Genocide 16. Genocide in Bosnia and Herzegovina 17. Genocide in Darfur, Sudan 18. Easier Said Than Done: The Challenges of Preventing and Responding to Genocide 2008: 672pp Hb: 978-0-415-99084-4: $135.00 Pb: 978-0-415-99085-1: $39.95

Selected Contents: Introduction 1. History: Shared Heritage, Common Struggle 2. Human Rights in the World Community 3. International Obligation 4. Universality 5. Equality 6. Democracy 7. Development 8. International Cooperation and Dialogue 9. Protection 10. Justice, Remedy, and Reparation 11. Conclusion April 2008: 224pp Hb: 978-0-415-77456-7: $130.00 Pb: 978-0-415-77457-4: $28.95 eBook: 978-0-203-92840-0

Global Rules for Global Players Adam McBeth, Monash University, Australia Series: Routledge Research in International Law This book looks at the application of human rights to non-state actors in international economic law. Focusing on the World Bank, the International Monetary Fund, the World Trade Organization and multinational enterprises the book examines the existing and potential legal obligations of these actors and evaluates proposals for reform. August 2009: 320pp Hb: 978-0-415-48670-5: $140.00

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The Development of Intellectual Property Regimes in the Arabian Gulf David Price, Charles Darwin University, Australia Series: Routledge Research in Intellectual Property This book looks at the development of intellectual property rights in Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, and the United Arab Emirates, in the context of their WTO memberships and consequent compliance with the TRIPS Agreement. April 2009: 256pp Hb: 978-0-415-47576-1: $130.00

International Trade and the Protection of the Environment Simon Baughen, University of Bristol, UK Analyzing globalization and the increasing tension it has caused between the goals of free trade and environmental protection, International Trade and the Protection of the Environment provides a comprehensive and detailed legal analysis, both at the national and international level of what looks set to become the new legal order of the twenty-first century.

Human Rights Social Science Perspectives Edited by Rhiannon Morgan and Bryan S. Turner, Wellesley College, USA

2007: 400pp Hb: 978-1-84568-009-1: $190.00 Pb: 978-0-415-44810-9: $69 .95

Series: Routledge Advances in Sociology IThis volume gathers together original social-scientific research on human rights, and in doing so situates them in an open intellectual terrain, thereby responding to the complexity and scope of meanings, practices, and institutions associated with such rights. Chapters in the book examine diverse theoretical perspectives and examine such issues as health, indigenous peoples’ rights, cultural politics, the United Nations, women and violence, the role of corporations and labour law. Written by leading scholars in the field and from a range of disciplines across the social sciences, this volume combines new empirical research with both established and innovative social theory. February 2009: 256pp Hb: 978-0-415-48615-6: $150.00

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International Trade and Business Law Review: Volume XI Edited by Gabriel Moens, Murdoch University, Perth, Australia and Roger Jones, Partner, Latham & Watkins LLP, Chicago The International Trade and Business Law Review publishes leading articles, comments and case notes, as well as book reviews dealing with international trade and business law, arbitration law, foreign law and comparative law. It provides the legal and business communities with information, knowledge and understanding of recent developments in international trade, business and international commercial arbitration. March 2008: 464pp Pb: 978-0-415-44245-9: $99.00

Commercial and Business Organizations Law in Papua New Guinea John Mugambwa, Murdoch University, Australia, Harrison Amankwah, Retired Associate Professor, James Cook University, Australia and C.E.P. (Val) Haynes, Formerly at University of Tasmania, Australia A timely and apposite treatise on Papua New Guinea’s economic environment, this book explores the business organizations law and various aspects of commercial law in Papua New Guinea in a readable and informative style.

COMING SOON

Serving Whose Interests?

The Internationalisation of Competition Rules

The Political Economy of Trade in Services Agreements

Brendan J. Sweeney, Monash University, Australia Series: Routledge Research in Competition Law The widespread move towards more market-driven models of political economy combined with the expanding internationalization of commerce has led to a series of proposals for global competition rules. This book investigates whether there is a rational foundation for pursuing international competition rules, and what form these laws should take. August 2009: 400pp Hb: 978-0-415-46079-8: $135.00

Re-thinking Intellectual Property The Political Economy of Copyright Protection in the Digital Era YiJun Tian, University of Technology Sydney, Australia Foreword by Jane Winn Series: Routledge Research in Intellectual Property This book examines the problems in the current Intellectual Property Rights regime, in the context of digitization, knowledge economy, and globalization. The volume also provides specific theoretical, policy and legislative suggestions for changes which would contribute to the establishment of an international knowledge equilibrium society. August 2008: 360pp Hb: 978-0-415-46534-2: $130.00 eBook: 978-0-203-88979-4

International Commercial and Marine Arbitration Georgios I. Zekos Series: Routledge Research in International Commercial Law

2007: 784pp Hb: 978-0-415-42532-2: $190.00 Pb: 978-1-84568-048-0: $109.95 eBook: 978-0-203-94517-9

International Commercial and Marine Arbitration analyses and compares commercial-maritime arbitration, and the role of the courts in arbitration in several different legal systems including the US, the UK, Greece and Belgium, and also sets out how the process of arbitration should be developed in order to make it more effective.

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Public Procurement in China

The Evolving Role of Law in Russia’s Transition to Capitalism

A Long March Towards Integration into the Global Trading System

Ioannis Glinavos, Kingston University, UK

Ping Wang, University of Nottingham, UK

This work examines ideas about the role of law and legal reform in the creation of market capitalist economies, focusing on post communist transition in Russia. Looking at the example of Russia, an enquiry is made into the wider relationship between democracy, regulation and the market in modern capitalism.

Series: China Policy Series

May 2009: 256pp Hb: 978-0-415-48654-5: $130.00

Jane Kelsey, University of Auckland, New Zealand Serving Whose Interests? explores the political economy of trade in services agreements from a critical legal perspective. The controversy surrounding the General Agreement on Trade in Services (GATS) and its variants at the regional and bilateral levels can, it is argued, be seen as a clash between two paradigms. For most of the twentieth century, under welfare states and state socialism, these services were viewed from a local and national perspective as embodying a mix of economic, social and cultural dimensions and were managed by the state through strong regulation and direct ownership and delivery. That socially based and state-centred approach has been progressively displaced since the 1980s through neoliberal policies of privatisation, deregulation and liberalisation, the transnationalisation of finance and production, and new technologies. The internationalisation of services markets has thus become a driver of contemporary capitalism. The explicit aim of ‘trade in services’ agreements is to lock in national regulations and policies that enhance the profitability of international services markets. They are exclusively the tools of contemporary global capitalism, yet are represented as the new pathway for development. It is argued here, however, that there is a fundamental contradiction between the global market model and the intrinsically social nature of services, whether they are social services like education, media and midwifery, or inputs to capitalist production such as finance, transport, energy, and telecommunications. This book examines and draws out these tensions and contradictions through a combination of theoretical analysis and a series of truly global case studies that include the market in internet gambling, education, pensions, electricity privatisation, supermarkets, tourism, oil, culture, temporary migrants, private finance initiatives and call centres. Selected Contents: Introduction: Taking Services to Market 1. Reading the GATS as Ideology 2. How the GATS was Won (and Lost?) 3. Trade-related Development 4. The Illusion of Public Services 5. Ruling the Services Infrastructure 6. Trade in People 7. Minds and Markets 8. Dominion Over the Earth 9. Energy Wars; 10. Serving Whose Interests? July 2008: Hb: 978-0-415-44821-5: $190.00 Pb: 978-0-415-44822-2: $57.98 eBook: 978-0-203-93393-0 A GlassHouse Book

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Owing to its massive state sector, public procurement in China is a critical element of public policy and is increasingly important in international trade negotiations. This book examines China’s public procurement regime, exploring the current legal framework, its development since 1978, and assessing the impact of WTO membership. April 2009: 208pp Hb: 978-0-415-46276-1: $135.00

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Intellectual Property and the New Global Japanese Economy Ruth Taplin, Centre for Japanese and East Asian Studies, London, UK Series: Routledge Studies in the Growth Economies of Asia This book examines how intellectual property (IP) is used in Japan, and how in recent years it has developed a new approach to IP, borrowed from the US and Europe, stressing the importance of innovation, to revitalise the Japanese economy from the stagnation and deflation that characterised the 1990s. March 2009: 176pp Hb: 978-0-415-46597-7: $135.00

The Economics of Legal Relationships Alternative Institutional Structures Evolution and Impact Edited by Sandra Batie, Michigan State University, USA and Nicholas Mercuro, Michigan State University, USA This book is the outcome of a workshop at Michigan State University on the career of A. Allan Schmid offering a collection of original essays that explore several approaches to understanding the impact of alternative legal-economic institutions. June 2008: 448pp Hb: 978-0-415-77478-9: $170.00

The Firm as an Entity

The Law and Consumer Credit Information in the European Community

Implications for Economics, Accounting and the Law Yuri Biondi, Université de St. Étienne, France, Arnaldo Canziani, University of Brescia, Italy and Thierry Kirat, Université Paris Dauphiné, Paris, France Series: The Economics of Legal Relationships Enhancing current economic understanding of the firm as an institution and an organization, this book looks beyond the narrow boundaries of neoclassical economics to an interdisciplinary approach based on accounting and law as well as economics itself. 2007: 400pp Hb: 978-0-415-41443-2: $160.00

This book examines the legal framework and compliance in the EC of consumer credit reporting and credit information sharing arrangements. It also looks at the issue of human rights, and the extent to which the right to privacy of consumers should be balanced against the aims of consumer credit reporting. May 2008: Hb: 978-0-415-46073-6: $140.00 eBook: 978-0-203-89560-3

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Aristides Hatzis, University of Athens, Greece

A l e k a M a n d a r a k a -S h e p p a r d , University College London, UK

Modern Maritime Law

Why has the Law and Economics movement become so successful? What is the current status of the Chicago School? What are the alternative theories and how much influence do they exert? What can be considered mainstream today? What are the norms and values underlying this impressive body of research? These issues, amongst others, are thoroughly explored in this volume by the contributors, including Posner, Gerrit de Geest and Thomas Ulen. April 2009: 256pp Hb: 978-0-415-40410-5: $130.00

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International Trade and Business Law Review: Volume XI Edited by Ga b r i e l M o e n s , Murdoch University, Perth, Australia and R o g e r J o n e s , Partner, Latham & Watkins LLP, Chicago

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Economics, Law and Individual Rights

Effects in a National and International Framework

Edited by Hugo M. Mialon, Emory University, USA and Paul H. Rubin, Emory University, USA

Pia Weiss, Chemnitz University of Technology, Germany

February 2008: 448pp Hb: 978-0-415-77281-5: $240.00

Federico Ferretti, Brunel University, UK

Norms and Values in Law and Economics

Patent Policy

This is the first book to examine individual rights from an economic perspective, collecting together leading articles in this emerging area of interest and showing the vibrant and expanding scholarship that relates them.

The Regulation of Credit Information Systems

There exists a vast body of literature on all aspects associated with patents, including innovation, patent policy instruments, licensing, and the tension between patent policy and competition policy. However, most of the works focusing on patent policy are only available as journal articles or as reprints in book collections. This book bridges that gap in presenting a systematic overview of models dedicated to patent policy. June 2009: 288pp Hb: 978-0-415-48105-2: $150.00

The International Trade and Business Law Review publishes leading articles, comments and case notes, as well as book reviews dealing with international trade and business law, arbitration law, foreign law and comparative law. It provides the legal and business communities with information, knowledge and understanding of recent developments in international trade, business and international commercial arbitration. The Review contributes in a scholarly way to the discussion of these developments while being informative and having practical relevance to business people and lawyers. It also devotes a section to the Willem C. Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot and publishes the memoranda prepared by teams coached by Professor Gabriël A. Moens. 2008: 464pp Pb: 978-0-415-44245-9: $103.95

The Rule of Law The Justice Sector and Economic Development Edited by Maria Dakolias, The World Bank, Washington DC, USA and Sandra E. Oxner In this volume Maria Dakolias demonstrates how reforms related to the justice sector and the rule of law have, and will continue to, contribute to economic development. March 2009: 256pp Hb: 978-0-415-77253-2: $150.00

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International Judicial Institutions

International Trade and Business Law Review: Volume XII

The Architecture of International Justice at Home and Abroad

Series: Routledge Research in International Law

Richard J. Goldstone, Fordham University, USA and Adam M. Smith, Harvard University, USA

International Legal Theory

Series: Global Institutions

Essays and Engagements, 1966-2006

Edited by Ga b r i e l M o e n s , Murdoch University, Perth, Australia and R o g e r J o n e s , Partner, Latham & Watkins LLP, Chicago

Written by a former UN Chief Prosecutor and leading international law expert, this book is a much needed, short and accessible introduction to the current debates in international humanitarian law and the history and development of strategies and institutions responsible for implementing international justice.

April 2009: 460pp Pb: 978-0-415-49028-3: $99.00

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International Trade Law 4/e I n d i r a Ca r r , University of Surrey, UK International Trade Law offers a comprehensive and informed analysis of the complexities of an international sale transaction through case law, policy documents, legislation, international conventions and rules adopted by international organisations such as the ICC. Accessible to students encountering this often challenging area of the law for the first time, the text clarifies a range of topics through Tables and diagrams, and directs the reader to relevant further reading, online resources, and journal articles throughout. August 2009: 850pp Hb: 978-0-415-45842-9: $160.00 Pb: 978-0-415-45843-6: $65.95

Asian Yearbook of International Law Volume 13 (2007) Edited by B.S. Chimni, Jawaharlal Nehru University, India, Miyoshi Masahiro, Aichi University, Japan and Li-ann Thio, National University of Singapore, Singpaore Launched in 1991, the Asian Yearbook of International Law is a major refereed publication dedicated to international law issues as seen primarily from an Asian perspective, under the auspices of the Foundation for the Development of International Law in Asia (DILA). It is the first publication of its kind edited by a team of leading international law scholars from across Asia. The Yearbook provides a forum for the publication of articles in the field of international law, and other Asian international law topics, written by experts from the region and elsewhere. February 2009: 416pp Hb: 978-0-415-47019-3: $160.00 eBook: 978-0-203-88269-6

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Maritime Security International Law and Policy Perspectives from Australia and New Zealand Edited by Natalie Klein, Joanna Mossop and Donald R. Rothwell, The Australian National University, Australia This volume identifies those issues that affect Australia and New Zealand’s maritime security, evaluating the issues from legal and political perspectives, as well as examining the issues within the broad framework of international law and politics. The book also addresses considerations in the Pacific, Asian and Antarctic regions. August 2009: 256pp Hb: 978-0-415-48426-8: $150.00

Selected Contents: Introduction 1. The Historical Stages of International Justice 2. International Humanitarian Law: A Short Review 3. The Pre-Dawn of International Justice: Through World War I 4. International Justice Following World War II: Nuremberg and Tokyo 5. The Cold War and the Rise of Domestic International Justice 6. Post–Cold War Justice: The UN ad hoc Tribunals, Mixed Courts and the ICC 7. Post ICC Prosecutions: New Domestic Proceedings and International Proceedings beyond ICC Justice 8. Conclusion: The Future of ’International’ Justice – Active at Home and Abroad September 2008: 192pp Hb: 978-0-415-77645-5: $150.00 Pb: 978-0-415-77646-2: $28.95 eBook: 978-0-203-89203-9

Nicholas Onuf, University of Florida, USA Collecting together some of the author’s most important articles and book reviews including previously unpublished material, this book demonstrates Nicholas Onuf’s own contribution to the theoretical dimension of international law and international relations, and highlights the wider themes and developments present in international law over the last forty years. June 2008: 504pp Hb: 978-0-415-77590-8: $150.00 eBook: 978-0-203-89477-4

Countermeasures and the Non-Injured State in International Law The Idea of International Community Elena Katselli, University of Newcastle, UK This book explores the contentious topic of how collective and community issues should be enforced in international law. The volume addresses both the theory and practice of third-State countermeasures, critically reviewing the State practice in support of a right to counter-measures, including new examples not previously covered in the literature.

The Degradation of the International Legal Order?

October 2009: 320pp Hb: 978-0-415-47832-8: $130.00

The Rehabilitation of Law and the Possibility of Politics

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Bill Bowring, Birkbeck, University of London, UK ’Extraordinarily erudite and rigorous, this is a virtuoso critical defence of international law and human rights, from attacks from the right, cynicism from the left, and, perhaps most damaging of all, from their so-called friends, those cheerleaders who relentlessly cite them as justification for imperial projects.’ – China Miéville, author of Between Equal Rights: A Marxist Theory of International Law (Brill, 2005) Using critical philosophy and political methodology, this sophisticated and incisive book provides a detailed diagnosis of the present impasse of international law and relations particularly since the Iraq invasion and occupation. Selected Contents: Introduction. Self-Determination - the Revolutionary Kernel of International Law. The Degradation of International Law? The Legality of the Invasion and Occupation of Iraq. After Iraq: International Human Rights Law in Crisis. Ideology in International Law, and the Critique of Habermas. A Substantive Account of Human Rights. Human Rights as the Negation of Politics? ‘Postmodern’ Reconstructions of Human Rights. The Challenge of Methodological Individualism. The Scandal of Social and Economic Rights. The Problem of ‘Legal Transplantation’ and Human Rights. Conclusion February 2008: 256pp Hb: 978-1-904385-99-8: $190.00 Pb: 978-1-904385-36-3: $55.95 eBook: 978-0-203-93012-0

The Law of Consular Access A Documentary Guide John Quigley, Ohio State University, USA, William J. Aceves, California Western School of Law, San Diego, USA and Adele Shank This book brings together the relevant documentary sources on the law of consular access, with significant excerpts set alongside commentary on the documents. As well as the Vienna Convention on Consular Relations, the book also includes other sources, such as bilateral and multilateral treaties, and key court cases from various jurisdictions. September 2009: 256pp Hb: 978-0-415-48327-8: $150.00

International Law and the Third World Reshaping Justice Edited by Richard Falk, Princeton University, USA, Balakrishnan Rajagopal, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA and Jacqueline Stevens, University of California, Santa Barbara, USA This volume critically explores the past, present and future relevance of international law to the priorities of the countries, peoples and regions of the South. March 2008: 288pp Hb: 978-0-415-43978-7: $120.00 eBook: 978-0-203-92651-2

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Regulation of the Voluntary Sector Freedom and Security in an Era of Uncertainty Mark Sidel, University of Iowa, USA Series: Critical Approaches to Law A critical introduction to and analysis of the legal relationships between the state and the voluntary sector, this volume provides the first available comparative analysis of state responses to voluntary sector activity in the wake of September 11th. Exploring the relationship between the state and the voluntary sector through the lens of developments since September 11th, Regulation of the Voluntary Sector focuses on a range of topics, including: • states’ increasing efforts to delimit and restrict voluntary sector activities, such as fundraising and grant-making • the opposition to governmental restriction of voluntary sector activities. Mainly comparing the UK and the US, Sidel uses additional perspectives from Australia, Canada and India to create an excellent resource for all students of international law. Selected Contents: 1. Law and the Voluntary Sector in the United Kingdom 2. Law and the Voluntary Sector in the United States 3. Comparative Perspectives: Law and the Voluntary Sector in Australia, Canada and India 4. New Forms of Voluntary Activity, New Modes of Regulation 5. Law, the State, the Voluntary Sector and Traditions of Associational Activity April 2009: 144pp Hb: 978-0-415-42424-0: $150.00 Pb: 978-1-904385-77-6: $37.95

Routledge Handbook of International Law

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Edited by David Armstrong, University of Exeter, UK The Routledge Handbook of International Law provides a definitive global survey of the interaction of international politics and international law. Each chapter is written by a leading expert and provides a state of the art overview of the most significant areas within the field. This highly topical collection of specially commissioned papers from both established authorities and rising stars is split into four key sections: • The Nature of International Law including the interaction between the disciplines of International Law and International Relations • The Evolution of International Law progressing from the ancient world to present day. • Law and Power in International Society discussing topical issues such as the war in Iraq and the international criminal court • Key Issues in International Law including international refugee law, indigenous rights, intellectual property, trade and the challenges presented by ’new terrorism’. A comprehensive survey of the state of the discipline, The Routledge Handbook of International Law is an essential work of reference for scholars and practitioners of international Law. December 2008: 432pp Hb: 978-0-415-41876-8: $190.00

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Criminal-States and Criminal-Soldiers Edited by Robert J. Bunker, Counter-OPFOR Corporation, USA This cutting edge book looks initially at the theoretical and legal side of criminal-state and criminalsoldier emergence and growth, before focusing on criminal-states and criminal-soldiers themselves, with particular attention paid to Al Qaeda, Hizballah, Mara Salvatrucha (MS 13), Caliphate and Mahdi concerns, Islamic Fundamentalist Use of Beheadings, Criminalization of Russian State Security, Nuclear Materials Trafficking, and Outlaw Private Security Firms.

International Actors, Democratization and the Rule of Law

International Law and the Protection of Cultural Heritage Craig Forrest, University of Queensland, Australia Setting out the international law principles and rules derived from the various international conventions that address cultural heritage in its various manifestations, this book critically evaluates the extent to which these international laws provide an effective and coherent framework for the protection of cultural heritage. November 2009: 400pp Hb: 978-0-415-46781-0: $150.00

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Public International Law 3/e A l i n a K a cz o r o w s k a , University of the West Indies, Barbados Public International Law provides the user with a readable, efficient, up-to-date and easy to understand text on the fundamental principles of the subject. It analyses new and significant developments in public international law, the most important being the repercussions of the military intervention of the United States and the United Kingdom in Iraq and of the “war on terror.” S e l e ct e d Co n t e n t s : 1. History and Nature of International Law. 2. Sources of International Law. 3. International Law and Municipal Law. 4. International Personality. 5. Recognition. 6. Sovereignty and Equality of States. 7. Territorial Sovereignty. 8. Jurisdiction. 9. Immunity from Jurisdiction. 10. State Responsibility for Wrongful Acts. 11. The Law of Treaties. 12. The International Protection of Human Rights. 13. Nationality, Statelessness, Refugees and Internally Displaced Persons. 14. Self Determination of Peoples. 15. Peaceful Settlement of Disputes between States. 16. The Use of Force. 17. Collective Security. 18. International Humanitarian Law. 19. Criminal Responsibility of Individuals under International Law. Glossary. 2008: 600pp Pb: 978-0-415-46350-8: $54.95 eBook: 978-0-203-88584-0 • AVAILABLE AS A COMPLIMENTARY COPY

Anchoring Democracy? Edited by Amichai Magen, Stanford University, USA and Leonardo Morlino, University of Florence, Italy Series: Routledge/UACES Contemporary European Studies This book explores how external influences and international actors can help hybrid regimes, which display minimal elements of an electoral democracy, to be transformed into a quality democracy.

With the contributions from international experts, this book makes for critical reading for political scientists and criminal justice students and researchers, policy makers, and military and law enforcement practitioners. This book was previously published as a special issue of Global Crime. April 2008: 368pp Hb: 978-0-415-45765-1: $150.00 Pb: 978-0-415-46206-8: $45.00

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LAND PROPERTY AND PLANNING

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Sustainable Futures

New Governance and the European Strategy for Employment

Comparative Perspectives on Communal Lands and Individual Ownership

Samantha Velluti, University of Lincoln, UK Series: Routledge Research in European Union Law This book examines the European Strategy for Employment (EES) and its implementation through the Open Method of Coordination, exploring what the EES reveals about recent developments in EU social governance, and offering new insights and fresh perspectives into the operation of New Governance and its relationship with law and constitutionalism. September 2009: 256pp Hb: 978-0-415-46779-7: $130.00

The Legal Regulation of Pregnancy and Parenting in the Labour Market Grace James, University of Reading, UK Why is the law failing to protect pregnant workers and parents from detrimental treatment in the workplace? This theoretically informed book, which draws on the findings of a large scale, Nuffield Foundation funded, study of pregnancy-related workplace disputes, explores the legal regulation of pregnancy and parenting in the labour market. Using an epistemology that draws primarily on critical feminist debates, theories and critiques, the book adopts a necessarily female standpoint and seeks to answer why, despite positive policy ambitions and ample legislation, law is failing to protect pregnant workers and parents. Whilst sensitive to the limits of law’s ability to bring about social change, the book asks whether it is the direction of current policies that need attention, or the substance of the legislation that is flawed. Is it the application of the law in courts and tribunals that fails working families or the mechanics of the employment dispute resolution and tribunal system that needs adjusting? This book will interest academics, students and practitioners of law and social policy interested in employment law and discrimination.

Edited by Lee Godden and Maureen Tehan, both at University of Melbourne, Australia Sustainable Futures is a specially organized collection of critical debates, analyses and evaluations of changing models of property as the vehicle governing access to land and resources. These trends are explored in the context of current moves across many countries to privatize communal land holdings, and the collection comprises international analyses in conjunction with case studies - each of which explores an aspect of the broader themes of property, privatization, and sustainable communities - drawn from Australia, North America, South Africa, New Zealand, Sub-Saharan Africa and the Pacific region. April 2009: 288pp Hb: 978-0-415-45720-0: $150.00 eBook: 978-0-203-08956-9 A GlassHouse Book

Property Meanings, Histories, Theories Margaret Davies, Flinders University, Adelaide, Australia Series: Critical Approaches to Law This critique of property examines its classical conception: addressing its ontology and history, as well as considering its symbolic aspects and connection to social relations of power. Dealing with the symbolism of property, its history, traditional philosophical accounts and cultural difference, Margaret Davies has written an invaluable volume for all law students interested in property law. 2007: 176pp Hb: 978-0-415-42933-7: $150.00 Pb: 978-1-904385-84-4: $37.95 eBook: 978-0-203-93731-0 A GlassHouse Book

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Feminist Perspectives on Land Law Edited by Hilary Lim, University of East London, UK and Anne Bottomley, University of Kent at Canterbury, UK Series: Feminist Perspectives The first book to examine the critical area of land law from a feminist perspective, this volume provides an original and critical analysis of the gendered intersection between law and land; ranging from land use and ownership in England and Wales to Botswana, Papua New Guinea and the Muslim world. Selected Contents: Feminist Perambulations: Taking the Law for a Walk in Land. National Nature Reserves: Nature as Other Confined. Ancient Monuments of National Importance: Symbols of Whose Past? A Trip to the Mall: Revisiting the Public/Private Divide. Scapegoating and the Legal Landscape: Homeless Women and the Law. Women’s Work: Locating Gender in the Discourse of Anti-social Behaviour. Women Travellers and the Paradox of the Settled Nomad. ‘Land Doesn’t Come From Your Mother, She Didn’t Make it With Her Hands’: Challenging Matriliny in Papua New Guinea. Unfair Shares for Women: The Rhetoric of Equality and the Reality of Inequality. The Shared Home: A Rational Solution Through Statutory Reform? Networking Resources: A Gendered Perspective on Kwena Women’s Property Rights. Accidental Islamic Feminism: Dialogical Approaches to Muslim Women’s Inheritance Rights 2007: 328pp Hb: 978-1-85941-806-2: $200.00 Pb: 978-0-415-42033-4: $59.95 eBook: 978-0-203-94516-2 A GlassHouse Book

The Rights and Wrongs of Land Restitution ’Restoring What Was Ours’ Edited by Derick Fay and Deborah James, London School of Economics and Political Science, UK The Rights and Wrongs of Land Restitution: ‘Restoring What Was Ours’ offers a critical, comparative ethnographic, examination of land restitution programs. Addressing the practical and theoretical questions that arise, The Rights and Wrongs of Land Restitution thereby offers a critical rethinking of the links between land restitution and property, social transition, injustice, citizenship, the state and the market.

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LAW, GEOGRAPHY AND THE ENVIROMENT

Taking Stock of Environmental Assessment Law, Policy and Practice Edited by Jane Holder, University College London, UK and Donald McGillivray, University of Kent, UK ’...this collection can be warmly welcomed as an important contribution to the ongoing analysis of the EA process. It is refreshing in that it includes but also departs from a narrow legal analysis of legal framework and draws considerably on the reflections of those experienced in the daily business of policy development.’ – Sharon Turner, Journal of Environmental Law, vol. 20 no. 2 (June 2008) Examining the relationship between law, environmental governance and the regulation of decision-making, this volume, both reflective and contextual in approach, uses a wide range of theories to explore the key features of modern environmental assessment. Selected Contents: 1. Taking Stock 2. Environmental Assessment: Dominant or Dormant? 3. NEPA and the Curious Evolution of Environmental Impact Assessment in the United States 4. Better Regulation in Europe 5. The Development of Environmental Assessment at the Level of the European Union 6. Substance and Procedure under the Strategic Environmental Assessment Directive and the Water Framework Directive 7. Access to Justice and the EIA Directive: The Implications of the Aarhus Convention 8. Bringing Environmental Assessment into the Digital Age 9. The Prospects for Ecological Impact Assessment 2007: 304pp Hb: 978-1-84472-101-6: $150.00 Pb: 978-1-84472-100-9: $51.95 eBook: 978-0-203-94494-3

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Water Law for the Twenty-First Century National and International Aspects of Water Law Reform in India Edited by Philippe Cullet, School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London, UK, Alix Gowlland-Gualtieri, Roopa Madhav and Usha Ramanathan, Centre for the Study of Developing Societies, India This volume critically analyses legal issues arising under international law, concerning the consequences of proposed water regulatory changes and their implementation. The book looks at reforms in India in order to ask broader questions about the relevance of international law in national law and policy making. July 2009: 256pp Hb: 978-0-415-47753-6: $130.00

LAW GLOBALIZATION AND INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT

COMING SOON

COMING SOON

The Legal, the Spatial and the Pragmatics of World-Making

WTO, Governance and the Limits of Law

Nomospheric Investigations

Jens Mortensen

David Delaney

Offers a critical look at the legalization of multilateral trade governance. It inquires into the process whereby GATT was transformed into the WTO and asks to what extent its governance has become legalistic.

Critical legal geography is practised by an increasing number of scholars in various disciplines, but it has not had the benefit of an overarching theoretical framework that might overcome its currently rather ad hoc character. The Legal, the Spatial and the Pragmatics of World-Making remedies this situation. Presenting a balanced convergence of contemporary socio-legal and critical geographic scholarship, David Delaney offers a ground-breaking contribution to the fast growing field of legal geography.

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International Development

May 2009: 224pp Hb: 978-0-415-46319-5: $126.00

Sundhya Pahuja and Jennifer Beard

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Lawscape Property, Environment, Law Nicole Graham, Macquarie University, Australia Lawscape: Property, Environment, Law systematically considers the ways in which property law transforms both natural environments and social economies. Addressing law’s relationship to land and natural resources through its property regime, Lawscape engages the abstract philosophy of property law with the material environment of place. November 2009: 240pp Hb: 978-0-415-47559-4: $140.00

Rules, Rubrics and Riches The Relationship Between Law, Institutions and International Development Shailaja Fennell, University of Cambridge, UK Rules, Rubrics and Riches highlights the limitations of the traditional school of law and development that was based on a mainstream understanding of economic development, emphasizing notions of rational man at the micro level and the superiority of modernity and unilinear models of economic progress at the macro level. It offers a frame for ’law and development’ thinking by specifically posing the question: how do social sciences perceive the role of the law in international development? Discussing a range of local, national and international institutions the focus of the book turns from the lawmaking/law-breaking paradigm to law’s relation to social norms. Selected Contents: 1. Introduction 2. The Rational for a Study of Law 3. Institutions and International Development 4. The Household Level 5. The Community Level 6. Regional Interests and National Policy 7. International Bodies and Impact on Developing Countries 8. A MultiLevel Analysis 9. Conclusion March 2009: 256pp Hb: 978-1-904385-29-5: $190.00 Pb: 978-0-415-42035-8: $59.95 eBook: 978-0-203-41455-2

This book contests current approaches to law and development insofar as these depend upon two premises: first, that development is the means by which global human well-being is to be achieved; and, second that law – both domestic and international – may be used to affect that development. Asking not how law may effect development but rather how development discourse sustains (international) law itself, this book argues that what is at stake in the idea of ‘development’ is the legitimization of an increasingly forceful homogenization of the political, economic and social spheres. Developmentalism, it is further argued, provides normative ‘objectivity’ to the foundational assumptions of international law (including human rights, trade and international financial law). And, as law thus becomes both a normative and an instrumental discourse, what it overlooks is the violence of developmentalism’s transformational project. Selected Contents: 1. ’Law and Development’ as a Field 2. The Development Concept and its Precursors 3. The Institutionalisation of Development 4. Crisis and Renewal 5. Development, Human Rights and the Rule of Law April 2009: 144pp Hb: 978-0-415-43290-0: $150.00 Pb: 978-0-415-43291-7: $37.95 A GlassHouse Book

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The Right to Development in International Law The Case of Pakistan Khurshid Iqbal Series: Routledge Research in Human Rights Law This book explores the right to development in international law. The volume draws on a range of relevant sources to analyse the legal status of international cooperation in contemporary international law, before going on to explore the domestic application of the right to development looking at the example of Pakistan. October 2009: 256pp Hb: 978-0-415-47941-7: $130.00

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LAW, MEDIA AND CULTURE

Law Development and Globalization Series

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Law and the Media

The Political Economy of Government Auditing

The Future of an Uneasy Relationship

State Violence and Human Rights

Financial Governance and the Rule of Law in Latin America and Beyond

State Officials in the South Edited by Steffen Jensen and Andrew Jefferson, both based at the Rehabilitation and Research Centre for Torture Victims, Denmark State Violence and Human Rights addresses how legal practices - rooted in global human rights discourse or local demands - take hold in societies where issues of state violence remain to be resolved. Attempts to make societies accountable to human rights norms regularly draw on international legal conventions governing state conduct. As such, interventions tend to be based on inherently normative assumptions about conflict, justice, rights and law, and so often fail to take into consideration the reality of local circumstances, and in particular of state institutions and their structures of authority. Against the grain of these analyses, State Violence and Human Rights takes as its point of departure the fact that law and authority are contested. Grounded in the recognition that concepts of rights and legal practices are not fixed, the contributors to this volume address their contestation ’in situ’; as they focus on the everyday practices of state officials, non-state authorities and reformers. Addressing how state representatives - the police officer, the prison officer, the ex-combatant militia member, the hangman and the traditional leader - have to negotiate the tensions between international legal imperatives, the expectations of donors, the demands of institutions, as well as their own interests, this volume thus explores how legal discourses are translated from policy into everyday practice. February 2009: 224pp Hb: 978-0-415-47772-7: $150.00 A GlassHouse Book

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Law in the Pursuit of Development Principles into Practice? Edited by Amanda Perry Kesaris Law in the Pursuit of Development critically explores the relationships between contemporary principles and practice in law and development. Including papers by internationally renowned, as well as emerging, scholars and practitioners, the book is organised around the three liberal principles which underlie current efforts to direct law towards the pursuit of development. First, the increasingly muddy, yet eternally significant, distinction between the interests of the public and private sectors is considered. Second, the principles of participation and accountability, and their implementation in practice is addressed. Third, the rule of law as both a means to, and an objective of, development is taken up. This insightful and provocative collection will be of considerable interest to students, academics and practitioners with an interest in the fields of law and development, international economic law, and law and globalisation.

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Lieve Gies, University of Keele, UK Introducing readers to the study of law, media and popular culture, this text, using three original case studies, re-examines the assumptions underpinning existing research and suggests alternatives.

Carlos Santiso, Manager of the Governance Division of the African Development Bank The Political Economy of Government Auditing addresses the elusive quest for greater transparency and accountability in the management of public finances in emerging economies; and, more specifically, it examines the contribution of autonomous audit agencies (AAAs) to the fight against corruption and waste. An important contribution to the comparative study of governance institutions, and especially those tasked with overseeing the budget and curbing corruption, it will be of interest to scholars and students of comparative politics, development studies, administrative law, and public finance; as well as to development practitioners and policy makers in developing countries, donor governments and international institutions. March 2009: 240pp Hb: 978-0-415-47773-4: $160.00 A GlassHouse Book

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Social Movements, Law and the Politics of Land Reform

Exploring the often uneasy relationship between law and popular culture from specific socio-legal perspectives, including systems theory, semiotics of law and legal pluralism, this book is an essential read for those studying and researching in this area. Selected Contents: Beyond Media Representations of Crime. How Visible is Law in Everyday Life? Theorising the Relationship between Law, Media and Popular Culture. Analysing Cultural Representations of Law: Content Analysis, Reception Studies and Media Production. Women’s magazines, Cyberspace and DIY Law. Tort Tales: Selling the ’No Win No Fee’ Formula on Daytime Television. Let there be Light: Improving Law’s Visibility. Re-examining ’the Vanishing Line between Law and Popular Culture’: Why do we Need a Line Anyway? 2007: Hb: 978-1-84568-101-2: $170.00 Pb: 978-1-904385-33-2: $51.95 eBook: 978-0-203-93727-3 A GlassHouse Book

George Meszaros Social Movements, Law and the Politics of Land Reform investigates how state and rural social movements are struggling for land reform against the background of a re-emergence of constitutional promises and projects in much of the developing world. Using detailed empirical evidence the book develops a threefold argument: first, the inescapable presence of power relations in all aspects of the production and reproduction of law; secondly their dominant impact on socio-legal outcomes; and finally, given the significance of power relations, the essential role played by social movements as a force in the realisation of law’s progressive potential. June 2009: 240pp Hb: 978-0-415-47771-0: $122.00 A GlassHouse Book

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Law and the City Edited by Andreas Philippopoulos-Mihalopoulos, University of Westminster, London, UK This invaluable guide offers a lateral, critical and often unexpected description of some of the most important cities in the world, each one from a distinctive legal perspective. Selected Contents: Introduction: ’In the Lawscape’ Part 1: Architectonics of Power 1. ’Berlin: The Untrusted Centre of the Law’ 2. ’Moscow: Third Rome, Model Communist City, Eurasian Antagonist - and Power as No-Power?’ 3. ’Istanbul, Political Islam and the Law: the Paradox of Modernity’ Part 2: Streets of the Real 4. ’Homophobic Violence in London: Challenging Assumptions about Strangers, Dangers and Safety in the City’ 5. ’Singapore: The One-Night Stand with the Law, Lah’ 6. ’Panjim: Realms of Law and Imagination’ Part 3: Legality, Illegality, Legitimacy 7. ’Athens: The Boundless City and the Crisis of Law’ 8. ’Mexico City: The City and its Law in Eight Episodes, 1940 2005’ 9. ’Law and the Poor: The Case of Dar es Salaam’ Part 4: The Other Intramuros 10. ’Toronto: A ’Multicultural’ Urban Order’ 11. ’Sydney: Aspiration, Asylum and the Denial of the ’Right to the City’’ 12. ’Johannesburg: A Tale of Two Cases’ Part 5: Lines of Lawscapes 13. ’BrasÌlia: Utopia Postponed’ 14. ’Cyber Cities: Under Construction’ 15. ’First We Take Manhattan: Microtopia and Grammatology in Gotham’ 2007: 304pp Hb: 978-1-904385-54-7: $180.00 Pb: 978-0-415-42034-1: $57.95 eBook: 978-0-203-94515-5 A GlassHouse Book

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LAW, POLITICS AND INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS

COMING SOON

Global Biosecurity

COMING SOON

The United States, International Law and the Struggle against Terrorism

Threats and Responses

Nationalism and Global Justice

Edited by Peter Katona, UCLA, USA, John P. Sullivan, National Terrorism Early Warning Resource Center, Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department, USA and Michael D. Intriligator, UCLA, USA

David Miller and His Critics

Series: Contemporary Security Studies

Previously published as a special issue of the Critical Review of Social and Political Philosophy, this collection brings together some of the most influential political contemporary philosophers to present a critical review of David Miller’s co-national priority thesis.

International Vigilante? Thomas McDonnell, Pace University, USA Series: Routledge Research in Terrorism and the Law This book discusses the critical legal issues raised by the US responses to the terrorist threat, analyzing their compliance with international law. The book extrapolates from the actions of the USA, going on to look at the difficulties all modern democracies face in trying to combat international terrorism. August 2009: 256pp Hb: 978-0-415-48898-3: $140.00

This book explores a range of biohealth and biosecurity threats, places them in context, and offers responses and solutions from global and local, networked and pyramidal, as well as specialized and interdisciplinary perspectives.

Terrorism, Civil Rights, and the European Union Edited by Yonah Alexander, Potomac Institute for Policy Studies, Arlington, USA, Edgar H. Brenner, Inter-University Center for Legal Studies, Washington, USA and Serhat Tutuncuoglu Krause How do democratic societies maintain the balance between civil rights and security while continuing the fight on global terrorism? This work raises this issue and presents one country, Turkey, and its struggle to implement laws to combat terrorism and comply with the European Union’s civil rights standards.

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Testifying to Trauma The Codification of Atrocity in Humanitarian Law

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Peace Operations and International Criminal Justice

Turkey

Edited by Helder De Schutter and Ronald Tinnevelt, both at Leuven University, Belgium

Building Peace after Mass Atrocities Majbritt Lyck, Department of Peace Studies, University of Bradford, UK Series: Contemporary Security Studies This new volume provides the first thorough examination of the involvement of peace enforcement soldiers in the detention of indicted war criminals. July 2008: 288pp Hb: 978-0-415-44459-0: $140.00 eBook: 978-0-203-89159-9

Regional Cooperation and International Organisations The Nordic Model in Transnational Alignment Edited by Norbert Götz, University of Helsinki, Finland and Heidi Haggrén, University of Helsinki, Finland Series: Routledge Advances in International Relations and Global Politics This book looks beyond the nation state and institutions to examine regional cooperation of the Nordic countries in international organizations. December 2008: 272pp Hb: 978-0-415-45964-8: $140.00 eBook: 978-0-203-88413-3

Law, Antisemitism and the Holocaust David Seymour, Lancaster University, UK Using the work of a range of key thinkers, including Marx, Agamben, Nietzsche, Sartre, Adorno and Horkheimer, Arendt and Lyotard, this book examines the connections between legal rights as an expression of modern political emancipation and the emergence and development of the social phenomenon of antisemitism. Addressing, amongst others the topic of the Holocaust and its impact upon critical forms of thought and public life, this volume discusses the relationship between law and antisemitism. Selected Contents: Introduction: Time’s Arrow. Law, Antisemitism and the Holocaust. Limits of Emancipation: Rights, Ressentiment and Antisemitism. Jews without Judaism, Judaism without Jews: Conceptualization of ’The Jews’ and ’The Law’ in Critical Thought. Radical Rupture or Critical Reflection: The Impact of the Holocaust on Theorizing Law and Antisemitism. Conclusion: Resisting Melancholia: Law Contra Antisemitism 2007: 160pp Hb: 978-1-904385-43-1: $150.00 Pb: 978-0-415-42040-2: $45.95 eBook: 978-0-203-93844-7 A GlassHouse Book

Kirsten Campbell, University of London, UK, Hannah Starman, Institute of Ethnic Studies, Slovenia and Sari Wastell, Goldsmiths College, University of London, UK Testifying to Trauma examines the processes by which victims’ narratives of trauma become legal testimony: investigating how the transformation of individual trauma into a codified collective violation has ramifications for individual, collective and legal identities. More specifically, this book addresses the historical and political contexts of the current legal codifications of trauma. And, through detailed attention to the various renderings of time and memory which underwrite the dissonance between personal experiences and legal narratives of trauma, its authors provide an original analysis and understanding of the technologies through which trauma is codified in international law. May 2009: 240pp Hb: 978-0-415-45947-1: $140.00 eBook: 978-0-203-93075-5 A GlassHouse Book

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LEGAL THEORY

COMING SOON

The War on Terrorism

War, Torture and Terrorism

Human Security, Transnational Crime and Human Trafficking

A Collision of Values, Strategies, and Societies

Rethinking the Rules of International Security

Asian and Western Perspectives Edited by Shiro Okubo, Ritsumeikan University, Japan and Louise Shelley, George Mason University, USA Series: Routledge Transnational Crime and Corruption Examining transnational crime, human trafficking and its implications for human security from both Western and Asian perspectives, this book, with essays from contributors based in Europe, the US and Asia, fills a gap on all bookshelves; providing an excellent volume on the under considered area of Asian transnational crime. May 2009: 256pp Hb: 978-0-415-43701-1: $150.00

Thomas A. Johnson, University of New Haven, West Haven, Connecticut, USA An understanding of the forces behind terrorism and its impacts are crucial to all nations and to the policy makers who design and construct counterterrorism programs. It is only through a multi-faceted approach that we can ever hope to make our country safe. This comprehensive volume provides those charged with protecting our homeland with the information necessary to understand terrorists and terrorism and to create effective, sensible national security policies. CRC Press November 2008: 360pp Hb: 978-1-4200-7987-6: $79.95

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The Courts of Genocide Nazi War Crimes, Intelligence and Selective Prosecution at Nuremberg Controversies Regarding the Role of the Office of Strategic Services Michael Salter, University of Central Lancashire, Preston, UK This book provides a balanced but critical discussion of the contribution of American intelligence officials to the Nuremberg war crimes trials process, and reviews recently declassified CIA documents. Selected Contents: 1. Introducing the Rationale, Aims and Methodology 2. Evidence of the War Criminality of the Wolff Group 3. The Geo-political Context of the Peace Negotiations Surrounding OSS’ Operation Sunrise 4. Intervening on Behalf of Karl Wolff 5. Protecting the Wider Sunrise Group: Zimmer, Dollmann and Wenner 6. The Contribution of OSS Officials to the Prosecution of Nazi War Crimes 7. Gathering and Analysing the Materials that Became the R-Series of Nuremberg Trial Evidence 8. General Donovan’s Contribution to the Nuremberg Trials. Summation: Taking Stock 2007: 480pp Hb: 978-1-904385-81-3: $200.00 Pb: 978-1-904385-80-6: $61.95 eBook: 978-0-203-94510-0

Politics and the Rule of Law in Rwanda and Arusha Nicholas Jones, University of Regina, Canada The Courts of Genocide focuses on the judicial response to the genocide in Rwanda in order to address the search for justice following mass atrocities. The central concern of the book is how the politics of justice can get in the way of its administration. Addressing conceptual issues of restorative and retributive justice, liberal legality and cosmopolitan law, The Courts of Genocide constitutes a substantially grounded reflection upon the problem of ’doing justice’ after genocide. June 2009: 208pp Hb: 978-0-415-49070-2: $140.00 A GlassHouse Book

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Edited by Anthony F. Lang, Jr. and Amanda Russell Beattie, both at University of St. Andrews, UK Series: Contemporary Security Studies This book seeks to demonstrate how rules not only guide a variety of practices within international politics but also contribute to the chaos and tension on the part of agents in light of the structures they sustain. Four central themespractice, legitimacy, regulation, and responsibility- reflect different dimensions of a rule governed political order. The volume does not provide a single new set of rules for governing an increasingly chaotic international system. Instead, it provides reflections upon the way in which rules can and cannot deal with practices of violence. While many assume that ’obeying the rules’ will bring more peaceful outcomes, the chapters in this volume demonstrate that this may occur in some cases, but more often than not the very nature of a rule governed order will create tensions and stresses that require a constant attention to underlying political dynamics. This wide-ranging volume will be of great interest to students of International Law, International Security and IR theory. Selected Contents: 1. Rules and International Security: Dilemmas of a New World Order Anthony F. Lang, Jr. Part 1: Rules and Practices 2. Rules for Torture? Nicholas Onuf 3. Contextualizing Torture: Rules and Conventions in the Roman Digest Jill Harries 4. Is Torture ever Justified? Torture, Rights and Rules from Northern Ireland to Iraq Caroline Kennedy-Pipe and Andre Mumford Part 2: Rules and Legitimacy 5. Cannon, not Canon: The Dynamics of ad bellum Rule Change Janne Haaland Matlary 6. Preventive War ’à l’américaine’: In the Fog of Norms Ariel Colonomos Part 3: Rules and Regulation 7. Technology Change, Rule Change and the Law of Armed Conflict Michael E. Smith 8. Rules and the Evolution of International Nuclear Order William Walker Part 4: Rules and Responsibility 9. International Rules, Custom, and the Crime of Aggression Larry May 10. Truth Commissions and Rules: Justice and Peace Mario I. Aguilar Part 5: Questioning Rules 11. Absolute Ends and Dynamic Rules: Being Political as Human Beings Amanda Russell Beattie 12. Intra Arma, Silent Leges? The Political Community, Supreme Emergency and the Rules of War Nicholas Rengger October 2008: 232pp Hb: 978-0-415-46521-2: $160.00 Pb: 978-0-415-46522-9: $41.95 eBook: 978-0-203-88845-2

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LEGAL THEORY

Intersectionality and Beyond

Criminal Justice Theory

Levinas, Law, Politics

Law, Power and the Politics of Location

Explaining the Nature and Behavior of Criminal Justice

Edited by Marinos Diamantides, Birkbeck School of Law, UK

Series: Social Justice Edited by Emily Grabham, Davina Cooper and Didi Herman, all at University of Kent, UK, and Jane Krishnadas, University of Keele, UK This collection addresses the present and the future of the concept of intersectionality within socio-legal studies. Intersectionality provides a metaphorical schema for understanding the interaction of different forms of disadvantage, including race, sexuality, and gender. But it also goes further to provide a particular model of how these aspects of social identity and location converge – whether at the level of subjectivity, everyday life, in culture or in the institutional practices of state and other bodies. Including contributions from a range of international scholars, this book interrogates what has become a key organizing concept across a range of disciplines, most particularly law, political theory, and cultural studies.

In this volume, political theorists, philosophers and legal scholars critically engage with this idealization of Emmanuel Levinas ethics. The rebelliousness of Levinas thought is rediscovered here and used to challenge preconceptions of social, legal and individual responsibility.

Edited by David Duffee, State University of New York, Albany, USA Series: Criminology and Justice Studies Criminal Justice Theory is the first comprehensive volume on the theoretical foundations of criminal justice. The authors argue that theory in criminal justice is currently underdeveloped and inconsistently applied, especially in comparison to the role of theory in the study of crime itself. In the diverse range of essays included here, the authors and contributors integrate examples from the study of criminal justice systems, judicial decision-making, courtroom communities, and correctional systems, building the argument that students of criminal justice must not evaluate their discipline solely on the basis of the effectiveness of specific measures in reducing the crime rate. Rather, if they hope to improve the system, they must acquire a systematic knowledge of the causes behind the structures, policies, and practices of criminal justice.

Selected Contents: Part 1: Mapping Intersectionalities 1. Intersectionality and the Feminist Project in Law, Joanne Conaghan 2. The Complexity of Intersectionality, Leslie McCall Part 2: Confronting Law 3. Intersectionality Analysis in the Sentencing of Aboriginal Women in Canada: What Difference Does it Make?, Toni Williams 4. Sexual Violence, Ethnicity, and Intersectionality in International Criminal Law, Doris Buss 5. Intersectionality in Theory and Practice, Suzanne B. Goldberg 6. Identifying Disadvantage: Beyond Intersectionality, Rosemary Hunter and Tracey De Simone 7. Intersectionality: Traumatic Impressions, Emily Grabham Part 3: Power Relations and the State 8. Transitional Intersections: Gender, Sect and Class in Northern Ireland, Eilish Rooney 9. Minority Politics in Korea: Disability, Interraciality, and Gender, Eunjung Kim 10. Migrant Women Destabilising Borders: Citizenship Debates in Ireland, Siobhan Mullally Part 4: Alternative Pathways 11. Structural Injustice and the Politics of Difference, Iris Marion Young 12. Intersectional Travel Through Everyday Utopias: The Difference Sexual and Economic Dynamics Make, Davina Cooper 13. Imagining Alternative Universalisms: Intersectionality and the Limits of Liberal Discourse, Lakshmi Arya 14. Theorising Intersectionality: Identities, Equality, and Ontology, Momin Rahman August 2008: 400pp Hb: 978-0-415-43242-9: $170.00 Pb: 978-0-415-43243-6: $55.95 eBook: 978-0-203-89088-2

Selected Contents: Introduction: Beginnings 1. Orientations: Foucault and Law 2. Foucault's Other Law 3. Futures of Law March 2009: 160pp Hb: 978-0-415-42453-0: $150.00 Pb: 978-0-415-42454-7: $35.95

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Foucault’s Law Ben Golder, University of East London, UK and Peter Fitzpatrick, Birkbeck College, University of London, UK Provocative and unorthodox, this is the first book in twenty years to address Foucault’s position on law. Engaging with neglected texts, as well as considering his relationship to other continental thinkers, the authors examine the claim the law was expelled from Foucault’s analysis of modernity.

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Law and Irresponsibility On the Legitimation of Human Suffering Scott Veitch, University of Glasgow, UK ’One of the most important texts in legal theory of the last decade. The public sphere demands that we combine, as effectively as possible, awareness of the inevitability of our limitations with the courage and realism of responsiveness. Veitch has taken a great deal forward in the right direction. To ignore his work, to fail to build on his insights and warnings, would be to disavow the responsibility of scholarship.’ – Maksymilian Del Mar, Global Law Book, July 2008. This innovative and interdisciplinary book provides a radical challenge to conventional thinking about law and legal institutions. It will be of considerable interest to those working in law, political and legal theory, sociology and moral philosophy. Selected Contents: Introduction. The Disavowals of Legality. Social Structures and the Dispersal of Responsibilities. The Laws of Irresponsibility. Legalising Global Disaster. Complicity in Organised Irresponsibility. Conclusion 2007: 168pp Hb: 978-0-415-44250-3: $160.00 Pb: 978-0-415-44251-0: $44.95 eBook: 978-0-203-94039-6 A GlassHouse Book

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COMING SOON

Punishment

Sovereignty, Knowledge, Law

After Sovereignty

Thom Brooks, University of Newcastle, UK

Heterocephaly

This is not only the first textbook to examine all major perspectives on punishment (including restorative justice, expressivist theories, and others for the first time), but also looks at several case studies (capital punishment, juvenile offenders, domestic abuse, and sexual crimes) and how these theories grapple with them. Punishment is aimed at those approaching the topic for the first time, although also appropriate to those already working in the field. In addition to further readings offered in each chapter, there will be an extensive bibliography at the conclusion listing all the major works in the field which itself may be a valuable resource to beginners and more advanced readers alike.

Panu Minkkinen, University of Leicester, UK

On the Question of Political Beginnings Edited by Charles Barbour, University of Alberta, Canada and George Pavlich, University of Alberta, Canada After Sovereignty addresses the vexed question of sovereignty in contemporary social, political, and legal theory. The emergence of international capital exceeding the borders of nation states, the continued expansion of a potentially endless ’war on terror’, the often predicted, but still uncertain establishment, of a new international American Empire, the proliferation of social and political struggles among stateless refugees, migrant workers, and partial citizens, the resurgence of religion as a dominant source of political identification among people all over the globe – these developments and others have thrown into crisis the modern concept of sovereignty, and the notions of statehood and citizenship that rest upon it. Drawing on classical sources and more avant garde speculations, the papers collected in After Sovereignty, and organised according to the three dominant contemporary attitudes towards sovereignty - Sovereignty Renewed; Sovereignty Rethought; Sovereignty Rejected - contribute to a resurgent interest in the problem of sovereignty in theoretical debates. They also provide a multitude of resources for the urgent, if necessarily fractured and diffuse, effort to reconfigure sovereignty today. June 2009: 224pp Hb: 978-0-415-49041-2: $140.00 eBook: 978-0-203-88082-1 A GlassHouse Book

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Foucault’s Monsters The Challenge of Law Andrew Neville Sharpe, University of Keele, UK This book considers the legal category monster from theoretical and historical perspectives and deploys this category in order to understand contemporary anxieties surrounding transsexuals, conjoined twins and transgenic humans. November 2009: 192pp Hb: 978-0-415-43031-9: $140.00 A GlassHouse Book

An ideal starting point for undergraduate students of Law, Criminology, and Philosophy. Selected Contents: Introduction Part 1: General Theories 1. Retributivism 2. Deterrence 3. Rehabilitation 4. Restorative Justice Part 2: Hybrid Theories 5. Rawls and Hart 6. Expressivist Theories 7. Idealist Theories Part 3: Case Studies 8. Capital Punishment 9. Juvenile Offenders 10. Domestic Abuse 11. Sexual Crimes. Conclusion March 2009: 284pp Pb: 978-0-415-43182-8: $43.95

Edited by Gordon Woodman, University of Birmingham, UK and Diethelm Klippel, University of Bayreuth, Germany This volume brings together international experts to examine the implications in practice of the modern concept of risk in particular legal fields. The papers question how the law can accommodate, manage, and reduce the extent of risk, a matter of pressing importance for the development of law in all jurisdictions.

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Understanding Law and Society Max Travers, University of Tasmania, Australia

Risk and the Law

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Sovereignty, Knowledge, Law investigates and problematises the notion of sovereignty from three different, but related perspectives: as a legal question in relation to the sovereign state, as a political question in relation to sovereign power, and as a metaphysical question in relation to sovereign self-knowledge. The varied and interchangeable uses of legal sovereignty, political sovereignty and metaphysical sovereignty in contemporary debates have resulted in a situation where the word itself has become something of a non-concept. Panu Minkkinen shows here how these three perspectives have informed one another, by addressing their shared relationship to law, and to the ’autocephalous’ function of sovereignty; that is, the attempt to provide a single source and foundation for law, power, and self-knowledge. Through an effort to domesticate the intrinsically ’heterocephalous’ nature of power, the juridical and jurispruidential aim has been to confine power within the closed vertical hierarchy of traditional legal thinking. Sovereignty, Knowledge, Law thus exposes this heterocephaly, proposing a new understanding of sovereignty, as well as of law and of legal scholarship.

This textbook on the sociology of law is organised according to the theoretical traditions of sociology, and oriented towards providing an accessible, but sophisticated, introduction to, and overview of, the central themes, problems and debates in this field. The book employs an international range of examples including the state, minority rights, terrorism, family violence, online fraud, child pornography, religious tolerance, and euthanasia - in order to distinguish a sociological approach to law from ’black-letter’, jurisprudential and empirical policy-oriented traditions. Beginning with ’classical’, ’consensus’ and ’critical’ sociological approaches, the book then covers the full range of contemporary perspectives; with chapters on feminism, the interpretive tradition, postmodernism and globalisation, before concluding with a consideration of current theoretical issues, as well as a reflection upon the importance of a sociological approach to law. Selected Contents: Introduction. Classical Approaches. Consensus Traditions. Critical Perspectives. Feminism and Law. The Interpretive Tradition. Postmodernism and Difference. Legal Pluralism and Globalisation. Conclusion October 2009: 240pp Hb: 978-0-415-43032-6: $170.00 Pb: 978-0-415-43033-3: $57.95 A GlassHouse Book

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LEGAL THEORY

Nomikoi Critical Legal Thinkers Series Edited by Peter Goodrich, Cardozo School of Law, New York and David Seymour, Lancaster University, UK

Evgeny Pashukanis A Critical Reappraisal Michael Head, University of Western Sydney, Australia A thorough examination of Pashukanis’ writings, this book is a significant contribution to a proper assessment of Pashukanis’ work, the value of his theoretical legacy and the contemporary relevance of Marxist legal theory.

Judith Butler: Ethics, Law, Politics Elena Loizidou, Birkbeck School of Law, UK The first to use Judith Butler’s work as a reading of how the legal subject is formed, this book traces how Butler comes to the themes of ethics, law and politics; analyzing their interrelation and explaining how they relate to Butler’s question of how people can have more liveable and viable lives. Selected Contents: Introduction: Gender Performativity as Method. Troubling Ethics: The Subject. Double Law. The Body and Political Potential. Butler’s Reception 2007: 200pp Hb: 978-1-904385-45-5: $180.00 Pb: 978-0-415-42041-9: $57.95 eBook: 978-0-203-94518-6 A GlassHouse Book

Niklas Luhmann: Law, Society, Justice Andreas Philippopoulos-Mihalopoulos, University of Westminster, London, UK This is the first book to consider German sociologist Niklas Luhmann’s social theory in a critical legal context. His theory is introduced here both in terms of society at large and the legal system specifically, and the book reveals the aporetic structure of autopoiesis, aligning it with postmodern approaches to law. Readers will find it operates both as an introduction to the relevance of Luhmann’s social theory for law, as well as a critical response to autopoiesis. April 2009: 208pp Hb: 978-0-415-45108-6: $160.00 A GlassHouse Book

Serving as an introduction to Pashukanis and Marxist legal theory and a timely contribution in light of the universal assault on civil liberties in the indefinite ’War on Terror’ and the constant escalation of ’law and order’ measures in Western societies, this volume is an invaluable resource for those interested in jurisprudence and critical thought. Selected Contents: Introduction: Pashukanis and the Challenge of Soviet Jurisprudence 1. The Marxist View of Law: Socialism, Democracy and the Withering Away of the State 2. The Dynamics of the Russian Revolution 3. The Passionate Legal Debates of Early Soviet Russia 4. The Rise and Fall of a Soviet Jurist: Evgeny Pashukanis and Stalinism 5. Pashukanis’ Theoretical Contributions and Weaknesses 6. Was there an Alternative?: Pashukanis and the Opposition 7. How has Pashukanis been Treated by Western Theorists? 8. Is Pashukanis still Relevant? 9. Pashukanis’ Enduring Question: Can the State Wither Away? 2007: 288pp Hb: 978-1-904385-76-9: $170.00 Pb: 978-1-904385-75-2: $55.95 eBook: 978-0-203-94526-1 A GlassHouse Book

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Giorgio Agamben Power, Law and the Uses of Criticism Thanos Zartaloudis, Birkbeck, University of London, UK This book provides a thorough introduction to, and engagement with, the jurisprudential, political and philosophical thought of the influential Italian philosopher Giorgio Agamben. Critically introducing Agamben’s work to both a readership in legal theory, and in the humanities and social sciences more generally, Zartaloudis takes up the three main themes of Agamben’s recent work: Power (in its relation to bio-politics, capitalism, social systems, control and political theory); Law (in its relation to philosophy, violence, rights, states of exception and sovereignty); and Humanity (in its relation to theories of ethics, the idea of the human, human rights discourse and the condition of refugees). Zartoloudis argues, however, that an adequate understanding of Agamben’s work in these more political areas requires an attention to his earlier philosophical writings on language, power and time. It is, then, an introduction to, and discussion of, these themes that takes up the second part of this book; through which, in conclusion, the author describes a distinctly Agambenian account of the relationship between justice and critique. October 2009: 224pp Hb: 978-0-415-44022-6: $140.00

Birkbeck Law Press Birkbeck Law School has been recognised as an international centre of research excellence, specialising in legal theory and theoretically informed socio-legal research and pioneering critical approaches to scholarship.

The Eye of the Law Two Essays on Legal History Michael Stolleis, University of Frankfurt, Germany and Director of the Max Planck Institute for Legal History, Frankfurt, Germany Written by the eminent German legal historian, Michael Stolleis, these two ‘Essays on Legal History’ offer an original and compelling history of the symbolism through which law is characterised as being ’above’ us. In ‘The Eye of the Law’, the history of this metaphor is followed from antiquity through to the present day: from the Greek Eye of Justice, the eye of the impartial judge of the Underworld, the Eye of God watching past, present and future, the Eye of the Prince, guiding his subjects, to the almighty Eye of the Law. While our belief in the law may have become brittle, nothing escapes what is now the Eye of Big Brother. ‘In the Name of the Law’ takes up the various formulas used to legitimate the decisions of the courts, from the times of absolutism over the 19th century until today. The speaker who speaks in the name of a higher being underlines his function: his authority comes from above. And it is ‘in the name of’ god, king, people, state, nation, or law, that a weak, earthly, justice receives its support. Birkbeck Law Press September 2008: 96pp Hb: 978-0-415-47273-9: $150.00 Pb: 978-0-415-47274-6: $41.95 eBook: 978-0-203-88981-7

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Human Rights or Citizenship? Paulina Tambakaki, University of Westminster, UK This book questions whether the evident displacement of the concept of the citizen by human rights can lead us to a more equitable politics. In this respect, Paulina Tambakaki addresses and problematises the priority widely given to law (human rights) over democratic politics (citizenship). Drawing on Foucauldian and psychoanalytic accounts of rights, Tambakaki demonstrates that there are inherent limitations in the notion of human rights as legal rights, insofar as they are premised upon a naively consensual understanding of democratic politics. It is this understanding that Tambakaki challenges, as she offers a new, and ’agonistic’, conception of citizenship; as well as an emphatically political - rather than legal - reconceptualisation of human rights. Birkbeck Law Press November 2009: 192pp Hb: 978-0-415-48163-2: $140.00

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The Other’s War

The Four Lacanian Discourses

Recognition and the Violence of Ethics

Or Turning Law Inside Out

Tarik Kochi

Jeanne Lorraine Schroeder, Professor, Cardozo School of Law, New York, USA

The Other’s War is an intervention into a set of contemporary moral, legal and political debates over the legitimacy of acts of war and terrorism within the context of the so-called global war on terror. Birkbeck Law Press February 2009: 288pp Hb: 978-0-415-48270-7: $140.00

Being Against the World Rebellion and Constitution Oscar Guardiola-Rivera, Birkbeck, University of London, UK How can we save politics from the politician? How can we save ourselves? This book looks at the example of those who leave the city and break the social contract, rebellious exiles and freedom fighters escaping the wheel of necessity, and learns from them. Selected Contents: Introduction: Art, Politics and Infinite Critique 1. Archaic Objects 2. Uncanny Encounters 3. An Introduction to Fetishism (With a Plea for Materialism) 4. The Most Sublime of Fetishists 5. Let Us Make Love (And Listen To Death From Above): Notes on Psychoanalysis 6. The Love that Seeks No Other: Further Notes 7. Horror in Philosophy 8. Rip It Up and Start Again 9. Sex, Laws & Rock ‘n Roll: On Music as an Organising Principle 10. Guevara’s Choice: On Revolution as a Radical Organising Principle Birkbeck Law Press July 2008: 304pp Hb: 978-0-415-45945-7: $170.00 Pb: 978-0-415-45946-4: $55.95 eBook: 978-0-203-93076-2

This book proposes a taxonomy of jurisprudence and legal practice, based on the discourse theory of Jacques Lacan. In the anglophone academy, the positivist jurisprudence of H.L.A. Hart provides the most influential account of law. But just as positivism ignores the practice of law by lawyers, even within the academy, the majority of professors are also not pursuing Hart’s positivist project. Rather, they are engaged in policy-oriented scholarship - that tries to explain law in terms of society’s collective goals - or in doctrinal legal scholarship - that does not try to describe what law is, or to supply justifications for it - but which examines the ’internal’ logic of law. Lacan’s discourse theory has the power to differentiate the various roles of the practicing lawyer and the legal scholar. It is also able to explain the striking lack of communication between diverse schools of legal scholarship and between legal academia and the legal profession. Although extremely influential in Europe and South America, Lacanian theory remains largely unexplored (in the English-speaking world) outside of the field of comparative literature. In taking up the jurisprudential ramifications of Lacan’s work, The Four Lacan Discourses thus constitutes an original contribution to current theoretical and practical understandings of law. Birkbeck Law Press June 2008: 208pp Hb: 978-0-415-46482-6: $140.00 eBook: 978-0-203-89365-4

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Law, Science and Society Series Uncertain Risks Regulated Michelle Everson, Birkbeck College, University of London, UK and Ellen Vos, Maastricht University, the Netherlands In the modern world, policy-makers, industry and its regulators are increasingly required to take decisions in the face of unknowable or indeterminate risks. This book compares various models of risk regulation, examining national, EU and international (WTO) regulatory systems for food safety and genetically modified organisms. December 2008: 416pp Hb: 978-1-84472-162-7: $160.00 eBook: 978-0-203-88485-0 A GlassHouse Book

Absent Environments Theorising Environmental Law and the City Andreas Philippopoulos-Mihalopoulos, University of Westminster, London, UK Offering a novel, transdisciplinary approach to environmental law, its principles, mechanics and context, as tested in its application to the urban environment, this book traces the conceptual and material absence of communication between the human and the natural and controversially includes such an absence within a system of law and a system of geography which effectively remain closed to environmental considerations. The book looks at Niklas Luhmann’s theory of autopoiesis. Introducing the key concepts and operations, contextualizing them and opening them up to critical analysis. Indeed, in contrast to most discussions on autopoiesis, it proposes a radically different reading of the theory, in line with critical legal, political, sociological, urban and ecological theories, while drawing from writings by Husserl and Derrida, as well as Latour, Blanchot, Haraway, Agamben and Nancy.

Constitutions Writing Nations, Reading Difference Judith Pryor, Waitangi Tribunal, New Zealand Bringing a postcolonial perspective to UK constitutional debates and including a detailed and comparative engagement with the constitutions of Britain’s ex-colonies, this book is an original reflection upon the relationship between the ’written’ and the ’unwritten’ constitution.

The author redefines the traditional foundations of environmental law and urban geography and suggests a radical way of dealing with scientific ignorance, cultural differences and environmental degradation within the perceived need for legal delivery of certainty.

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Regulating the Male Sexed Body

Crime Scenes

Michael Thomson, Keele University, UK

Forensics and Aesthetics

Spanning topics such as male circumcision and the regulation of state access to Viagra, this book uncovers recurring motifs that define masculinity and the male body in the legal imagination. In looking to these understandings the book engages with broader questions regarding the relationship between law and gender and masculinity and social organization. Selected Contents: 1. Masculinity, Reproductivity and Law 2. Short Changed?: The Law and Ethics of Male Circumcision 3. Reproductivity, the Workplace and the Gendering of the Body (Politic) 4. Viagra Nation: Sex and Prescribing Familial Masculinity 5. Regulating (for) Sperm Donor Identity 6. A Question of Sex?: Sport, the Healthy Body and Masculinity 7. Conclusions: Perverse Fantasy and Bodily Possibility 2007: 208pp Hb: 978-0-415-95060-2: $125.00 Pb: 978-0-415-95061-9: $34.95 eBook: 978-0-203-94088-4

Law, Orientalism and Postcolonialism The Jurisdiction of the Lotus-Eaters Piyel Haldar, Birkbeck, University of London, UK Focusing on the ‘problem’ of pleasure Law, Orientalism and Postcolonialism uncovers the organizing principles by which the legal subject was colonized. Selected Contents: 1. Introduction: The Colonization of the Legal Subject 2. Plato and Orientalism 3. The Sultan’s Enjoyment 4. Envy and Subjectivity in Orientalism 5. Ex Oriente Lex: Orientalism and the Colonisation of Sublime Enjoyment 6. Anglican Pleasures in the Orient: Staging the Rule of Law 7. Conclusion: Dust is Miscarried 2007: 200pp Hb: 978-0-415-96223-0: $150.00 Pb: 978-0-415-96224-7: $43.95 eBook: 978-0-203-93792-1

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Rebecca Scott Bray, University of Sydney, Australia Focusing upon the representations that take place in law, forensic medicine, criminology and culture, Crime Scenes examines the ways in which knowledge about crime, death and the dead body is produced. Selected Contents: 1. Introduction 2. A History of Law’s Life with the Corpse 3. Picturing Crime and Police Photography: In Love with Law’s Images 4. Truancy: The Cultural Life of Legal Pictures 5. Letters from the Dead House: Forensic Pathology and the Mortuary 6. The Trouble with Testimony 7. Law’s Lacunae 8. The Aesthetic Life of Law’s Corpses 9. Conclusion August 2009: 240pp Hb: 978-0-415-48390-2: $131.00 Pb: 978-0-415-48391-9: $38.00 eBook: 978-0-203-09139-5

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Novel Judgments Legal Theory and Nineteenth Century Prose Fiction William Macneil, Griffith University, Australia Novel Judgments addresses the ways in which jurisprudential ideas and themes are embedded and explored within nineteenth century Anglo-American prose fiction. Selected Contents: 1. Capitalism’s Courtly Love: The Novel’s Allegory of Law 2. John Austin or Jane Austen? The Province of Jurisprudence Determined in Pride and Prejudice 3. Usury, the Jew and the Origins of Capital: Ivanhoe and the Desacralisation of the Law 4. The Monstrous Body of the Law: Wollstonecraft vs. Shelley 5. The Common Law’s Sublime Object of Ideology: Equity and the Dispatch of the Feminine in Bleak House 6. A Tale of Two Trials: Revolutionary Enjoyment, Liberal Legalism and the Sacrifice of Critique in A Tale of Two Cities 7. Beyond Governmentality: Retributive, Distributive and Deconstructive Justice in Great Expectations 8. Jesuits and Jacobites: The Conundrums of Status and Contract in Henry Esmond 9. Hawthorne’s Haunted House of Law: The Romance of American Realism in The House of the Seven Gables 10. ’Lesser Breeds Without the Law ’: Law’s Empire in Lord Jim 11. A Jurisprudential Postscript: Century’s Close and the End of the Juridical Meta-Narrative? October 2009: 224pp Hb: 978-0-415-45914-3: $150.00 Pb: 978-0-415-45915-0: $43.95 eBook: 978-0-203-93086-1

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Selfhood, Citizenship, Culture and Community Michel Rosenfeld, Cardozo School of Law, USA The last fifty years has seen a worldwide trend toward constitutional democracy. But can constitutionalism become truly global? Relying on historical examples of successfully implanted constitution regimes, ranging from the older experiences in the United States and France to the relatively recent one in Germany and Spain, Michel Rosenfeld sheds light on the range of conditions necessary for the emergence, continuity and adaptability of a viable constitutional identity - citizenship, nationalism, multiculturalism, and human rights are important examples. Identity of the Constitutional Subject is the first systematic analysis of the concept and will be of interest to students and scholars of law, political science, international relations and US politics. Selected Contents: Part 1: Why Constitutional Identity? 1. Introduction: The Elusive Identity of the Constitutional Subject 2. The Ideal of Constitutionalism: Reconciling Self and Other through Democracy, Rights, and the Rule of Law 3. Constitutionalism versus Constitutions 4. "We the People" Confront the Gap Between Constitution and Constitution and Constitutionalism Part 2: The Call for Constitutional Identity 5. Tracing Constitutional Identity within the Bounds of Constitutional Interpretation: The Case of the Reinvention of Tradition in the Elaboration of Privacy Rights Under the U.S. Constitution 6. Constitutional Identity as Substance Process Part 3: Constitutional Identity as Bridge Between Self and Other 7. Constitution Making and Indemnity Building 8. Four Constitutional Models 9. The Role of Constitutional Identity in the Deployment of Structural Constrains 10. Constitutional Identity in the Face of Differences: The Case of Constitutional Equality 11. Confronting Pluralism: Balancing Freedom with the Need for Identity 12. Shaping the Constitutional Subject to Encompass Self and Other 13. Conclusion June 2009: 234x156: 256pp Hb: 978-0-415-94973-6: $150.00 Pb: 978-0-415-94974-3: $41.95

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Autonomy, Consent and the Law Sheila McLean, University of Glasgow, UK The notion that consent based on the concept of autonomy, underpins a good or beneficent medical intervention is deeply rooted in the jurisprudence of most countries throughout the world. Autonomy, Consent and the Law examines these notions in the UK, Australia and the US, and critiques the way in which autonomy and consent are treated in bioethics and law. Selected Contents: 1. Autonomy Introduced 2. Autonomy in Law 3. Consent and the Law 4. Autonomy and Pregnancy 5. Autonomy at the End of Life 6. Autonomy and Transplantation 7. Autonomy and Genetics 8. Autonomy and Consent revisited July 2009: 256pp Hb: 978-0-415-47339-2: $170.00 Pb: 978-0-415-47340-8: $55.95

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Assisted Dying Reflections on the Need for Law Reform Sheila McLean, University of Glasgow, UK Assisted Dying explores the law relating to euthanasia and assisted suicide, tracing its development from prohibition through to the laissez faire attitude adopted in a number of countries in the 21st Century. This book provides an in-depth critique of the arguments surrounding legislative control of such practices and particularly looks into the regulatory role of the

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The Body in Bioethics

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Alastair V. Campbell, National University of Singapore

Healthcare Research Ethics and Law

Thorough and comprehensive, this volume engages with recent debates about the uses and abuses of the human body, both living and dead.

Hazel Biggs, University of Lancaster, UK

Selected Contents: 1. Why the Body Matters 2. My Body - Property, Commodity or Gift? 3. Body Futures 4. The Tissue Trove 5. The Branded Body 6. Gifts from the Dead 7. Together at Last March 2009: 176pp Hb: 978-1-84472-057-6: $170.00 Pb: 978-1-84472-056-9: $55.95 eBook: 978-0-203-94041-9

Bioethics and the Humanities Attitudes and Perceptions Robin Downie, University of Glasgow, UK and Jane Macnaughton, University of Durham, UK Critiquing many areas of medical practice and research whilst making constructive suggestions about medical education, this book extends the scope of medical ethics beyond sole concern with regulation. Selected Contents: Introduction Part 1: Bioethics and the Humanities 1. Bioethics and the Medical Humanities Part 2: Medical Humanities: The Critical Function of Philosophy 2. Moral Philosophy and Bioethics 3. Logic and Epistemology 4. Political Philosophy and Bioethics 5. Medical Half Truths Part 3: Medical Humanities: The Supplementary Function of Literature and the Arts 6. Literature and the Ethical Perspective 7. Arts in Health 8. Teaching and Research Part 4: General Conclusions 9. A Humanistic Broadening of Bioethics 2007: 208pp Hb: 978-1-84472-053-8: $180.00 Pb: 978-1-84472-052-1: $55.95 eBook: 978-0-203-94502-5

state. Selected Contents: 1. An Outline of the Debate 2. An Evaluation of the Arguments For and Against Legalisation 3. Choosing Death 4. Choosing Death For Others 5. The United Kingdom Position 6. Is there a way forward? 7. Conclusion

Regulation, Review and Responsibility This book explores and explains the relationship between law and ethics in the context of medically related research in order to provide a practical guide to understanding for members of research ethics committees, professionals involved with medical research and those with an academic interest in the subject. Selected Contents: 1. Introduction Part 1 2. Brief History of Research Ethics 3. Research Ethics in Theory & Practice 4. Legal Liabilities of RECs 5. Consent 6. Confidentiality Issues in Research Part 2: Specialist Concerns 7. Vulnerable Groups 8. Human Tissue & Genetics 9. Fraud & Misconduct 10. Conclusions and Thorny Issues May 2009: 256pp Hb: 978-1-904385-48-6: $120.00 Pb: 978-0-415-42917-7: $45.00 eBook: 978-0-203-94040-2

The Harm Paradox Tort Law and the Unwanted Child in an Era of Choice Nicolette Priaulx, University of Cardiff, UK Offering the first comprehensive theoretical engagement with actions for wrongful conception and birth, The Harm Paradox provides readers with an insightful critique into the concepts of choice, responsibility and personhood. An exciting and original contribution to the fields of medical law and ethics, tort law and feminist jurisprudence, this is an excellent resource for both students and practitioners. Selected Contents: The Beginning of the Decline. Injured Bodies. Health, Disability and Harm. The Harm Paradox. Constructions of the Reasonable Woman. Reproductive Choice, Reproductive Reality. The Moral Domain of Autonomy 2007: 224pp Hb: 978-1-84472-107-8: $180.00 Pb: 978-1-84472-108-5: $55.95 eBook: 978-0-203-94513-1

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Euthanasia, Ethics and the Law

Defending the Genetic Supermarket

Medicine, Malpractice and Misapprehensions

From Conflict to Compromise

The Law and Ethics of Selecting the Next Generation

V.H. Harpwood, Cardiff Law School, UK

Richard Huxtable, University of Bristol, UK Euthanasia, Ethics and the Law argues that the law governing the ending of life in England and Wales is unclear, confused and often contradictory. It shows that the rules are in competition because the ethical principles underlying them are so diverse and conflicting. This book covers topics including the Diane Pretty litigation, Lord Joffe’s Assisted Dying for the Terminally Ill Bill, the advent of ’death tourism’ and the real status of involuntary and passive euthanasia in English law.

Colin Gavaghan, University of Glasgow, UK

Selected Contents: 1. Judging the End(ing) of Life: Conflict and Confusion 2. Not Pretty: ‘Mercy Killing’ in Legal Fact and Legal Fiction 3. Assisted Suicide in ‘the Shadowy Area of Mercy Killing’ 4. Get Out of Jail Free? Double Effect and Doctors in the Dock 5. Beyond Bland: Hedging Bets on the Value of Life? 6. Euthanasia and the Middle Ground: From Conflict to Compromise 2007: 232pp Hb: 978-1-84472-105-4: $190.00 Pb: 978-1-84472-106-1: $53.95 eBook: 978-0-203-94044-0

• Can a case be made out for state involvement in such decisions?

The Best Interests of the Child in Healthcare Sarah Elliston, University of Glasgow, UK This volume provides an excellent re-evaluation of the ‘best interests’ test in the health-care arena; the ways it has developed, the inherent difficulties in its use and its interpretation in legal cases concerning the medical care of children. Selected Contents: 1. Introduction 2. Standards in Decision Making Concerning Children 3. Best Interests and Consent 4. Best Interests and Refusal 5. Best Interests between Children 6. Best Interests and Withholding/Withdrawing Treatment 7. Best Interests and Medical Research 8. Conclusions 2007: 328pp Hb: 978-1-84472-043-9: $190.00 Pb: 978-1-84472-042-2: $53.95 eBook: 978-0-203-94046-4

Arguing that many of the fears and objections levied against Robert Nozick’s notion of the ‘Genetic Supermarket’ by disability activists, christian bioethicists and radical feminists, amongst others, are internally inconsistent, philosophically unsound or merely highly improbable, the author considers a number of individual policy decisions of the HFEA and addresses such questions as:

• Who stands to be harmed by a supermarket model? • Are any ethical principles or societal interests threatened by it? This book is an essential resource for law students of all levels and professionals working within or interested in medical and healthcare law and medical genetics. Selected Contents: The Attack on the Genetic Supermarket. Autonomy and Germinal Choice. Children of the Genetic Supermarket. Impossible Alternatives: Derek Parfit and the Non-identity Principle. Disability, Gender and the Threat to the Already Disadvantaged. Saviour Siblings and the ’Means-Ends’ Imperative. Justice and the Genetic Supermarket. Defending the Genetic Supermarket 2007: 248pp Hb: 978-1-84472-059-0: $180.00 Pb: 978-1-84472-058-3: $55.95 eBook: 978-0-203-94499-8

There is now incontrovertible evidence that medical mistakes and mishaps occur in significant numbers every year. This book examines the uncertainty and some of the myths surrounding errors and claims in healthcare, and places the arguments surrounding the so-called compensation culture on a stronger statistical, and hence epistemological basis. Selected Contents: 1. Setting the Scene 2. The Role of the Media 3. Investigating Doctors 4. Major Restructuring in the NHS 5. Responses to Recent Public Inquiries 6. The Medical Litigation Problem 7. Regulatory Frameworks and Professional Discipline 8. Responses to Developing Technology 9. Major Legislative Changes 10. Changes in Society 11. The Impact on Doctors 12. Solutions 2007: 240pp Hb: 978-0-415-42807-1: $170.00 Pb: 978-0-415-42809-5: $53.95 eBook: 978-0-203-94045-7

Values in Medicine What are We Really Doing to Patients? Donald Evans, University of Otago, New Zealand Written by a leading proponent of the philosophy and ethics of healthcare, this volume is filled with thought-provoking and frequently controversial ideas and arguments. Accessibly written, it provides readers with a timely contribution to the current literature on medical ethics, in which the concept of subjectivity is a key issue characterizing current medical humanities.

Impairment and Disability Law and Ethics at the Beginning and End of Life Sheila McLean and Laura Williamson, both at University of Glasgow, UK This book explores legislation intended to protect the interests of people with disabilities or impairments. Considering a broad range of ethical and legal concerns which arise in issues of life, death and disability, it covers the social and legal responses to the equality rights of disabled people, focusing on those responses to: the right to life; the end of life; assisted suicide.

Selected Contents: 1. What are we Really Doing to Patients? 2. Radical Disagreement and Cultural Dissonance 3. Mystery in Surgery 4. Equitable Health Care 5. Is Infertility a Health Need? 6. The Child’s Interests in Assisted Reproduction 7. Qualifying as a Person 8. Are Animals our Equals? 9. Patients and Research 10. Ethics, Nanotechnologies and Health 11. Imagination and Medical Education 2007: Hb: 978-0-415-42468-4: $170.00 Pb: 978-0-415-42469-1: $53.95 eBook: 978-0-203-94042-6

Selected Contents: Life, Death, Disability and Impairment in Context. Conceptualizing Disability. Towards Ethical Cohesion. Decisions at the Beginning of Life. Decisions at the End of Life. Seeking Assistance in Dying. Conclusions 2007: 216pp Hb: 978-1-84472-041-5: $180.00 Pb: 978-1-84472-040-8: $55.95 eBook: 978-0-203-94498-1

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Reproductive Ethics and the Law

A Discourse on Domination

Law and Faith in a Sceptical Age

A Comparative Approach

Imperialism, Property and Insurgency in Mandate Palestine

Samantha Halliday, University of Liverpool, UK

Zeina Talitha Ghandour

Topical and contemporary, this book explores a number of current issues relating to reproduction. Critically analyzing medical ethics and the law in a variety of jurisdictions, it makes suggestions on reforming the law in the UK.

’A Discourse on Domination is a major accomplishment. It will be read as avidly in cultural studies, anthropology, and literary criticism as it will be at the more imaginative edges of legal history, historical sociology and Middle Eastern Studies.’ – John Comaroff, University of Chicago, American Bar Association, USA

Looking at the relationship between the law and medical ethics in a number of jurisdictions, including Germany, the US, France, the Republic of Ireland, Australia, the Netherlands and Belgium, the author examines: • embryo research • failed sterilization • the fertility of the incompetent • international initiatives, such as the Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Dignity of the Human Being with regard to the application of biology and medicine. This is a valuable book for those studying law and medical healthcare law. Selected Contents: 1. Introduction: Reproductive Ethics, the Interests Involved and the Use of Law to Regulate Reproduction 2. Controlling the Fertility of the Incompetent (Considering the Law in England, Wales, Canada, Germany and the USA 3. Liability for Harm Caused by a Failed Sterilisation (Considering the law in England, Wales, France and the Netherlands) 4. Medically Assisted Reproduction (including a Discussion of the Law Relating to Saviour Siblings and Genetic Testing, Considering the Law in England and Wales, Italy and Germany) 5. Embryo Research (including Embryonic Stem Cell Research (Considering the Law in the UK, the Netherlands and Germany) 6. Abortion (Considering the Law in the UK, Germany, the Republic of Ireland and the USA) 7. Court Authorised Obstetric Intervention: Caesareans and Blood Transfusions (Considering the law in England, Wales and the USA) 9. Conclusions July 2009: 350pp Hb: 978-1-85941-918-2: $170.00 Pb: 978-0-415-42303-8: $58.95

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Handbook of the Sociology of Medical Education Edited by Caragh Brosnan, University of Cambridge, UK and Bryan Stanley Turner, National University of Singapore The Handbook of the Sociology of Medical Education provides a contemporary introduction to this classic area of sociology by examining the social origin and implications of the epistemological, organizational and demographic challenges facing medical education in the twenty-first century.

Weaving together an insurgent reading of the archive with extraordinary oral testimonies, A Discourse of Domination offers a thoroughgoing critique of received histories, and the outline of a radically different narrative of the life and times of Palestine under British domination. August 2009: 208pp Hb: 978-0-415-48993-5: $140.00 eBook: 978-0-203-88084-5

Race, Law, and American Society 1607-Present Gloria J. Browne-Marshall, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, USA Series: Criminology and Justice Studies In Race, Law, and American Society: 1607 to Present Gloria BrowneMarshall traces the history of racial discrimination in American law from colonial times to the present, analyzing the key court cases that established America’s racial system and showing their impact on American society. Throughout, she places advocates for freedom and equality at the center, moving from their struggle for physical freedom in the slavery era to more recent battles for equal rights and economic equality. From the colonial period to the present, this book examines education, property ownership, voting rights, criminal justice, and the military as well as internationalism and civil liberties. Race, Law, and American Society is highly accessible and thorough in its depiction of the role race has played, with the sanction of the U.S. Supreme Court, in shaping virtually every major American social institution. Selected Contents: Introduction 1. Overview of Race and the Law in America 2. Race and the Struggle for Educational Opportunity 3. Property Rights and Restrictions 4. Civil Liberties and Racial Justice: Protest, Assembly, Marriage 5. Voting Rights and Restrictions 6. Race and the Military 7. Race, Crime and Injustice 8. Race and Internationalism. Afterword 2007: 432pp Pb: 978-0-415-95294-1: $39.95

Beginning with reflections on the historical and theoretical foundations of the sociology of medical education, the collection then focuses on current issues affecting medical students, the profession and the faculty, before exploring medical education in different national contexts.

Anthony Bradney, University of Keele, UK Law and Faith in a Sceptical Age raises the question of whether a liberal, secular state can protect religion. Accommodation to different religious traditions forms part of the history of the legal systems of Britain. This book asks whether further accommodation can and should be made. January 2009: 192pp Hb: 978-1-904385-73-8: $140.00 A GlassHouse Book

The Jewish Law Annual Volume 17 Edited by Berachyahu Lifshitz, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel Series: Jewish Law Annual Volume Seventeen of The Jewish Law Annual adds to the growing list of articles on Jewish law that have been published in volumes one to sixteen of this series, providing English-speaking readers with scholarly articles presenting jurisprudential, historical, textual and comparative analysis of issues in Jewish law. March 2008: 328pp Hb: 978-0-415-45723-1: $140.00 eBook: 978-0-203-92976-6

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Muslims in the West after 9/11 Religion, Politics and Law Edited by Jocelyne Cesari, Harvard University, USA Series: Routledge Studies in Liberty and Security This book is the first systematic attempt to compare the situation of European and American Muslims after 9/11, and to present a comprehensive analysis of their religious, political, and legal situations. It will be of great interest to students of critical security studies, Islamic studies, sociology and political science in general. Selected Contents: Introduction Part 1: Overview: Muslims in Europe and the 1. Islam in America Jane Smith 2. Islam in Europe Jocelyne Cesari Part 2: Anti-Terrorism and International Constraints 3. The Consequences of European Policing for Muslims after September 11th Didier Bigo 4. European Security Laws After September 11th and their Consequences for Muslims in Europe Jose Maria Ortuño 5. Religious Practices of American Muslims: A Grounded Analysis of Hostility and Hope Louise Cainkar 6. Arab Americans after 9/11: Lessons from Detroit Wayne Baker Part 3: Islam and Secularism 7. Islam and the State in Europe Frank Peter 8. The Religious Practice of Muslims in Europe: Balancing between Equal Treatment and Exception Clauses Marcel Maussen 9. Influence of Jihadi Movements Among European Muslims Farhad Khosrokhavar 10. Islam and Secularism in the United States Jocelyne Cesari Part 4: Islam and Public Space 11. Muslims and the Media: Unholy Alliances Chris Allen 12. Islam in European Public Spaces: Muslims, Non-Muslims, and Stereotypes in the Public Sphere Yasemin Karakasoglu, Sigrid Luchtenberg and Riem Spielhaus 13. Islam and the American Public Sphere Erik Nisbet 14. Muslim Voices in American Media Emran Qureshi June 2009: 240pp Hb: 978-0-415-77655-4: $160.00 Pb: 978-0-415-77654-7: $39.95

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The Right to Religious Freedom in International Law Between Group Rights and Individual Rights Anat Scolnicov, University of Cambridge, UK Series: Routledge Research in Human Rights Law This book explores the right to religious freedom within international law. Analysing legal structures in a variety of both Western and Non-Western jurisdictions, the book sets out a topography of the different constitutional structures of religion within the state and their compliance with international human rights law. November 2009: 320pp Hb: 978-0-415-48114-4: $130.00

Divine Justice Religion And The Development Of Chinese Legal Culture Paul R. Katz, Academia Sinica, Taiwan Series: Academia Sinica on East Asia This book examines the integral role of religious beliefs and practices in Chinese legal culture. Selected Contents: Introduction. 1. The Development of the Judicial Underworld: A Comparative Perspective Background 2. The Judicial Continuum 3. Oaths and Chicken-beheading Rituals 4. Indictment Rituals 5. Trials of the Insane and Dressing as a Criminal 6. Judicial Rituals in Asian Colonial and Immigrant History 7. Judicial Rituals in Modern Taiwan 8. Case Study: The Dizang Abbey. Conclusion December 2008: 240pp Hb: 978-0-415-44345-6: $140.00 eBook: 978-0-203-88368-6

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Welfare’s Forgotten Past A Socio-Legal History of the Poor Law Lorie Charlesworth, Liverpool John Moores University, UK Documenting the history and the effects of this forgetting, whilst also providing a ‘legal’ history of welfare, Lorie Charlesworth argues that it is timely for social policy-makers and reformists - in Britain, the United States and elsewhere - to reconsider an alternative welfare model, based on the more positive, legal, aspects of welfare’s 400-year legal history.

SOCIAL POLICY

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Migration, Integration and Crime in Europe Luigi M. Solivetti, University of Rome - La Sapienza, Italy

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A Absent Environments ................................................31 Academia Sinica on East Asia (series) ........................36 Achieving Human Rights ...........................................17 Administrative Law and Governance in Asia ................1 Advances in Police Theory and Practice (series)......6, 13 After Sovereignty ......................................................29 Albrecht, James F. .......................................................6 Alexander, Yonah ......................................................26 Allen, Christopher .......................................................7 Alternative Institutional Structures.............................20 Amankwah, Harrison ................................................19 Armstrong, David......................................................22 ASAA Women in Asia Series (series) ..........................15 Asian Yearbook of International Law ........................21 Assisted Dying ..........................................................33 Autonomy, Consent and the Law..............................33

B Baker, Bruce..............................................................13 Barbour, Charles .......................................................29 Bartrop, Paul R..........................................................17 Batie, Sandra ............................................................20 Baughen, Simon .......................................................18 Beard, Jennifer ..........................................................24 Being Against the World ...........................................31 Belle Antoine, Rose-Marie ...........................................2 Bennett, Colin J ........................................................12 Bessant, Judith ..........................................................11 Best Interests of the Child in Healthcare, The ............34 Bibbings, Lois .............................................................5 Biber, Katherine ..........................................................8 Biggs, Hazel ..............................................................33 Binding Men ...............................................................5 Bioethics and the Humanities ....................................33 Biomedical Law & Ethics Library (series)...............33, 34 Biondi, Yuri ...............................................................20 Birkbeck Law Press (series) ........................................30 Body in Bioethics, The ...............................................33 Border Security in the Al-Qaeda Era ............................5 Bottomley, Anne .......................................................23 Bowring, Bill .............................................................21 Bradney, Anthony .....................................................35 Brenner, Edgar H.......................................................26 Brooks, Thom............................................................29 Brosnan, Caragh .......................................................35 Brown, Mark ..............................................................8 Brown, Steven David...................................................5 Browne-Marshall, Gloria J. ........................................35 Bunker, Robert J........................................................22 Burton, Mandy..........................................................15 Bussani, Mauro ...........................................................4

C Campbell, Alastair V..................................................33 Campbell, Kirsten .....................................................26 Canziani, Arnaldo .....................................................20 Capital Punishment and Political Sovereignty...............4 Captive Images ...........................................................8 Carr, Indira..........................................................21, 37 Carrabine, Eamonn ...................................................11 Carrier, John .............................................................36 Carvalho, Edzia .........................................................18

Centralized Enforcement, Legitimacy and Good Governance in the EU ...........................................14 Century of Genocide .................................................18 Cesari, Jocelyne ........................................................35 Chan, Wing-Cheong.................................................11 Charlesworth, Lorie...................................................36 Chege, Victoria .........................................................13 Chen, Albert H.Y.........................................................1 Child Sexual Abuse ...................................................36 Children and International Human Rights Law ..........16 Chimni, B.S. ..............................................................21 China Policy Series (series) .........................................19 Choudhry, Shazia ......................................................15 Collier, Richard ............................................................8 Colonial Criminology ...................................................8 Combating International Crime ...................................5 Commercial and Business Organizations Law in Papua New Guinea .........................................................19 Commonwealth Caribbean Civil Procedure ..................2 Commonwealth Caribbean Law (series) .......................2 Commonwealth Caribbean Law and Legal Systems .....2 Commonwealth Caribbean Public Law ........................2 Commonwealth Caribbean Tort Law ...........................3 Commonwealth Law Bulletin ....................................37 Comparative Law in a Changing World .......................3 Constitutions.............................................................31 Contemporary Human Rights Ideas ...........................18 Contemporary Issues in Law Enforcement and Policing ............................................................5 Contemporary Issues in Public Policy (series) ..............36 Contemporary Security Studies (series) ................26, 27 Cooper, Davina .........................................................28 Cordner, AnnMarie .....................................................6 Cordner, Gary .............................................................6 Corrin, Jennifer ...........................................................3 Countermeasures and the Non-Injured State in International Law ..................................................21 Courts of Genocide, The ...........................................27 Cox, Pam ..................................................................11 Cremer, Hans-Joachim ................................................4 Crewe, Don ................................................................8 Crime Prevention ........................................................7 Crime Scenes ............................................................32 Crime, Inequality and the State .................................10 Criminal Abuse of Women and Children ...................15 Criminal Evidence in Context .......................................7 Criminal Justice in Hong Kong ....................................5 Criminal Justice Theory..............................................28 Criminal Law and Policy in the European Union ..........4 Criminal Procedure & Sentencing ................................7 Criminal-States and Criminal-Soldiers ........................22 Criminology ..............................................................11 Criminology and Justice Studies (series) ...............29, 35 Critical Approaches to Law (series) ............4, 22, 23, 24 Cross-Cultural Profiles of Policing ................................5 Cullet, Philippe..........................................................24 Currency of Justice, The ............................................11 Current Controversies in Law (series) .......................3, 4 Currie, David M. .........................................................1

D Dakolias, Maria .........................................................20 Das, Dilip K.................................................5, 6, 13, 15 Davidson, Julia ..........................................................36 Davies, Margaret.......................................................23 Davis, Richard L.........................................................37 De Cruz, Peter ............................................................3 De Schutter, Helder ...................................................26 De Wispelaere, Jurgen ................................................3 Dealing with DNA Evidence ........................................5 Dearey, Melissa ...........................................................9 Debates in Criminal Justice ........................................11 Defending the Genetic Supermarket .........................34 Degradation of the International Legal Order?, The .......................................................................21 Delaney, David ..........................................................24 Denham, David .........................................................12 Development of Intellectual Property Regimes in the Arabian Gulf States, The .......................................18 Diamantides, Marinos ...............................................28 Diduck, Alison...........................................................13 Discourse on Domination, A .....................................35 Discourses of Law (series) ..........................................32 Divine Justice ............................................................36 Doak, Jonathan...........................................................7 Dolu, Osman...............................................................5 Domestic Violence ....................................................37 Douzinas, Costas ......................................................16 Downie, Robin ..........................................................33 Duffee, David............................................................28 Duncan, Nigel ..........................................................37

E Ebbe, Obi N.I. ...........................................................15 Eco Crime and Genetically Modified Food ...................8 Economics of Legal Relationships (series)...................20 Economics, Law and Individual Rights .......................20 Effective Crime Reduction Strategies ...........................6 Ellis, Tom...................................................................11 Elliston, Sarah ...........................................................34 Endowed ..................................................................32 English Legal System, The .........................................14 Eriksen, Erik Oddvar ..................................................14 Essays on Law, Men and Masculinities ........................8 European Union Law.................................................14 European Union Non-Discrimination Law ..................13 Europeanisation of Contract Law, The.........................3 Euthanasia, Ethics and the Law .................................34 Evans, Donald ...........................................................34 Everson, Michelle ......................................................31 Evgeny Pashukanis ....................................................30 Evolution of a Revolution ............................................1 Existentialist Criminology .............................................8 Eye of the Law, The ..................................................30

F Falk, Richard .......................................................17, 21 Farrall, Stephen ...........................................................9 Farran, Sue ...............................................................16 Fay, Derick ................................................................23 Fear of Crime ..............................................................9 Feminist Perspectives (series) ...............................14, 23 Feminist Perspectives on Family Law..........................13 Feminist Perspectives on Land Law ............................23

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Fennell, Shailaja ........................................................24 Ferretti, Federico .......................................................20 Fiadjoe, Professor Albert .............................................2 Firm as an Entity, The................................................20 Fitzpatrick, Ben ........................................................38 Fitzpatrick, Peter .......................................................28 Forrest, Craig ............................................................22 Foucault and Criminology ...........................................9 Foucault’s Law ..........................................................28 Foucault’s Monsters and the Challenge of Law .........29 Four Lacanian Discourses, The ...................................31 Fragility of Law, The ..................................................13 Framing Crime ............................................................9 Franko Aas, Katja......................................................11 Fraser, David .............................................................13 Freedom of Expression ..............................................16

G Gavaghan, Colin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .35 Gender, State and Social Power in Contemporary Indonesia . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16 Genocide Studies Reader, The . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18 Ghandour, Zeina Talitha . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .36 Gies, Lieve . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .26 Gillies, Peter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20 Ginsburg, Tom . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 Giorgio Agamben . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .31 Glinavos, Ioannis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20 Global Biosecurity . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .27 Global Environment of Policing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14 Global Institutions (series) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12, 19, 22 Godden, Lee . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24 Golder, Ben . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .29 Goldstone, Richard J. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .22 Götz, Norbert . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .27 Governance and Regulation in Social Life . . . . . . . . .30 Gowlland-Gualtieri, Alix . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .25 Grabham, Emily . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .29 Graham, Nicole . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .25 Guardiola-Rivera, Oscar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .32 Guide to The Companies Act 2006, A . . . . . . . . . . . .1 Gundhus, Helene Oppen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11

H Haas, Michael ...........................................................18 Haggrén, Heidi..........................................................26 Haldar, Piyel ..............................................................32 Halliday, Samantha....................................................35 Handbook of Frauds, Scams, and Swindles .................1 Handbook of Restorative Justice ...............................11 Handbook of the Sociology of Medical Education .....35 Harding, Andrew ........................................................2 Harm Paradox, The ...................................................33 Harpwood, V.H. ........................................................34 Hatchard, John ........................................................38 Hatzis, Aristides ........................................................20 Haynes, C.E.P. (Val)....................................................19 Hayward, Keith ...........................................................9 Head, Michael...........................................................30 Health and the National Health Service .....................36 Healthcare Research Ethics and Law..........................33 Herman, Didi ............................................................28 Herman, Johanna......................................................17

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Herring, Jonathan .....................................................15 Hil, Richard ...............................................................11 Hinton, Martin ............................................................3 History of Drugs, A .....................................................8 Holder, Jane ..............................................................24 Howe, Adrian ...........................................................10 Howells, Carol .........................................................38 Human Genes and Neoliberal Governance ..................8 Human Rights ...........................................................18 Human Rights and Empire ........................................16 Human Rights and the Protection of Privacy in Tort Law .................................................................4 Human Rights Controversies .....................................16 Human Rights in the South Pacific ............................16 Human Rights or Citizenship? ...................................30 Human Security, Transnational Crime and Human Trafficking ............................................................27 Hungerford-Welch, Peter ............................................7 Huxtable, Richard......................................................34 Hypercrime ...............................................................10

I I. Zekos, Georgios .....................................................19 Identity of the Constitutional Subject ........................32 Impairment and Disability..........................................34 Indigenous Australians and the Law ............................3 Inernational Review of Law Computers & Technology ...........................................................38 Informal Reckonings .................................................10 Information & Communications Technology Law ......37 Intellectual Property and the New Global Japanese Economy ..............................................................20 International Actors, Democratization and the Rule of Law ..........................................................22 International Commercial and Marine Arbitration......19 International Criminology ..........................................11 International Development ........................................24 International Economic Actors and Human Rights .....18 International Handbook of Criminology ....................12 International Handbook of Victimology .....................13 International Human Rights.......................................18 International Journal of the Legal Profession .............38 International Judicial Institutions ...............................21 International Law and the Protection of Cultural Heritage ...............................................................22 International Law and the Third World ......................21 International Legal Theory .........................................21 International Trade and Business ...............................19 International Trade and Business Law Review: Volume XI.............................................................20 International Trade and Business Law Review: Volume XII ............................................................21 International Trade and the Protection of the Environment .........................................................18 International Trade Law 4/e ......................................21 Internationalisation of Competition Rules, The ..........19 Interpretation of Contracts ..........................................4 Intersectionality and Beyond .....................................28 Intimacy and Responsibility .......................................15 Intriligator, Michael D................................................26 Introduction to Comparative Legal Models of Criminal Justice, An ................................................6 Introduction to South Pacific Law................................3 Introduction to Spanish Private Law ............................2 Iqbal, Khurshid..........................................................24

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K Kaczorowska, Alina.............................................14, 22 Kanda, Hideki .............................................................1 Katona, Peter ............................................................26 Katselli, Elena............................................................21 Katz, Paul R. .............................................................36 Kelly, David ...............................................................14 Kelsey, Jane...............................................................19 Kendall, Ian...............................................................36 Kesaris, Amanda Perry ..............................................25 Kett, Martin ........................................................12, 13 Kevin Haggerty ........................................................10 Kim, Kon-Sik ...............................................................1 Kinnear, Fiona ...........................................................37 Kirat, Thierry .............................................................20 Klein, Natalie ............................................................21 Klippel, Diethelm ......................................................29 Knepper, Paul .................................................7, 12, 13 Kochi, Tarik ...............................................................31 Kodilinye, Gilbert ....................................................2, 3 Kodilinye, Vanessa ......................................................2 Krishnadas, Jane .......................................................28

L Landman, Todd .........................................................18 Lang, Jr., Anthony F...................................................27 Law and Consumer Credit Information in the European Community, The ...................................20 Law and Faith in a Sceptical Age...............................35 Law and Irresponsibility .............................................28 Law and the City .......................................................25 Law and the Media ...................................................25 Law for Foreign Business and Investment in China ......1 Law in the Pursuit of Development ...........................25 Law of Consular Access, The .....................................21 Law Teacher, The ......................................................37 Law, Antisemitism and the Holocaust .......................26 Law, Democracy and Solidarity in a Post-national Union ...................................................................14 Law, Development and Globalisation (series).............25 Law, Orientalism and Postcolonialism ........................32

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Law, Science and Society (series) ...............................31 Lawscape ..................................................................24 Lee, Maggy ...............................................................11 Lee, Murray ................................................................9 Legal Regulation of Pregnancy and Parenting in the Labour Market, The ..............................................23 Legal Responses to Domestic Violence ......................15 Legal, the Spatial and the Pragmatics of World-Making, The...............................................24 Leustean, Lucien .......................................................14 Levinas, Law, Politics .................................................28 Lifshitz, Berachyahu ..................................................35 Lim, Hilary.................................................................23 Lippens, Ronnie ..........................................................8 Lo, Vai Io.....................................................................1 Loizidou, Elena..........................................................30 Lomell, Heidi Mork....................................................11 Lyck, Majbritt ............................................................26 Lyon, David ...............................................................12

M Macnaughton, Jane ..................................................33 Macneil, William .......................................................32 Madeley, John...........................................................14 Madhav, Roopa.........................................................24 Madsen, Frank ..........................................................12 Magen, Amichai .......................................................22 Maguire, Edward R. ..................................................28 Mandaraka-Sheppard, Aleka .....................................20 Maritime Security ......................................................21 Martin-Ortega, Olga .................................................17 Masahiro, Miyoshi.....................................................21 Matthews, Roger ......................................................37 Matulich, Serge...........................................................1 May It Please the Court ...............................................7 McBeth, Adam .........................................................18 McBride, Cillian...........................................................3 McDonnell, Thomas .................................................26 McGillivray, Donald ...................................................24 McGourlay, Claire .......................................................7 McGuire, Michael......................................................10 McLean, Sheila....................................................33, 34 McNamara, Luke.......................................................16 Measuring Human Rights ..........................................18 Medicine, Malpractice and Misapprehensions ...........34 Mercuro, Nicholas .....................................................20 Meszaros, George .....................................................25 Mialon, Hugo M. ......................................................20 Miettinen, Samuli........................................................4 Migration, Integration and Crime in Europe ..............36 Milhaupt, Curtis ..........................................................1 Millie, Andrew ............................................................5 Minkkinen, Panu .......................................................29 Mitchell, Catherine .....................................................4 Modern Maritime Law ..............................................20 Moens, Gabriel .............................................19, 20, 21 Montero, Carlos Closa ..............................................14 Morgan, Rhiannon ....................................................18 Morlino, Leonardo ....................................................22 Mortensen, Jens........................................................24 Mossop, Joanna ........................................................21 Mugambwa, John .....................................................19 Munro, Vanessa ........................................................15

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Nationalism and Global Justice ..................................26 Nazi War Crimes, US Intelligence and Selective Prosecution at Nuremberg ....................................27 Neoliberalism and the Law in Post Communist Transition .............................................................19 New Courts in Asia .....................................................2 New Governance and the European Strategy for Employment .........................................................23 Nicholson, Pip .............................................................2 Niklas Luhmann: Law, Justice, Society .......................30 Nomikoi Critical Legal Thinkers (series) ......................30 Norms and Values in Law and Economics .................20 Novel Judgments ......................................................32

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P Pahuja, Sundhya .......................................................24 Palmer, Darren ..........................................................13 Parkes, Aisling ..........................................................16 Parsons, William S.....................................................18 Patent Policy .............................................................20 Paterson, Don .............................................................3 Pavlich, George .........................................................29 Peace Operations and International Criminal Justice ..................................................................26 Philippopoulos-Mihalopoulos, Andreas..........25, 30, 31 Phillips, Oliver ...........................................................16 Playing the Identity Card ...........................................12 Plummer, Ken ...........................................................11 Police Corruption ........................................................6 Political Economy of Government Auditing, The .......................................................................25 Porto, Brian L. .............................................................7 Practical Guide to Evidence .........................................7 Prenzler, Tim ...............................................................6 Presdee, Mike .............................................................9 Priaulx, Nicolette .......................................................33 Price, David ...............................................................18 Property ....................................................................23 Prostitution, Politics & Policy .....................................37 Pryor, Judith ..............................................................31 Public International Law 3/e ......................................22 Public Procurement in China .....................................19 Punishment ...............................................................29 Pure Economic Loss.....................................................4

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S Salter, Michael ..........................................................27 Samatas, Minas.........................................................10 Santiso, Carlos ..........................................................25 Schiek, Dagmar.........................................................13 Schneider, Stephen .....................................................7 Schroeder, Jeanne Lorraine........................................31 Scolnicov, Anat .........................................................36 Scott Bray, Rebecca ...................................................32 Security in Post-Conflict Africa ..................................13 Seddon, Toby ..............................................................8 Semikhodskii, Andrei...................................................5 Serving Whose Interests? ..........................................19 Sex, Violence and Crime ...........................................10 Sexuality and the Law ...............................................15 Sexuality and the Politics of Rights in Southern Africa ....................................................16 Seymour, David .........................................................26 Shank, Adele ............................................................21 Shapland, Joanna........................................................7 Sharpe, Andrew Neville.............................................29 Shearing, Clifford D. .................................................13 Sheikh, Saleem ...........................................................1 Shekel, Moshe ............................................................1 Shelley, Louise...........................................................27 Sherr, Avrom ............................................................38 Shoham, Shlomo Giora .......................................12, 13 Sidel, Mark ...............................................................22 Slapper, Gary ......................................................14, 38 Smith, Adam M. .......................................................21 Smith, Melanie..........................................................14 Smith, Rhona ............................................................17 Social Justice (series) .................................................28 Social Movements, Law and the Politics of Land Reform .........................................................25 Solivetti, Luigi M. .....................................................36 South Pacific Law (series) ............................................3 South, Nigel ..............................................................11 Sovereignty, Knowledge, Law ...................................29 Sriram, Chandra Lekha..............................................17 Starman, Hannah ......................................................26 State Violence and Human Rights .............................25 Stevens, Jacqueline ...................................................21 Stolleis, Michael ........................................................30 Strategies and Responses to Crime..............................6 Student Law Review..................................................37 Stychin, Carl .............................................................15 Sullivan, Dennis.........................................................11 Sullivan, John P..........................................................26 Sundberg, Kelly...........................................................5 Support for Victims of Crime in Asia .........................11 Surveillance and Democracy ......................................10 Sustainable Futures ...................................................23

T Taking Stock of Environmental Assessment ...............24 Tambakaki, Paulina ...................................................30 Tan, Kevin Y.L..............................................................1 Taplin, Ruth...............................................................20 Technologies of InSecurity.........................................11 Tehan, Maureen ........................................................23 Testifying to Trauma .................................................26 Texts and Materials on International Human Rights...17 Thio, Li-ann...........................................................1, 21

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U, V Uncertain Risks Regulated .........................................31 Understanding Law and Society ................................29 United States, International Law and the Struggle Against Terrorism, The ..........................................26 Urban Crime Prevention, Surveillance, and Restorative Justice ....................................................................7 Urbanization, Policing, and Security ............................6 UT Austin Studies in Foreign and Transnational Law (series) ..........................................................2, 4, 16 Vagg, Jon....................................................................5 Valentine Palmer, Vernon ............................................4 Values in Medicine ....................................................34 Veitch, Scott .............................................................28 Velluti, Samantha ......................................................23 Vereshchagin, Alexander .............................................1 Victimology ...............................................................12 Visions of Violence ....................................................12 Vogel, Mary ..............................................................10 Voiculescu, Aurora ....................................................38 Voruz, Veronique ........................................................9 Vos, Ellen ..................................................................31

W, Y Z Wallbank, Julie..........................................................15 Walters, Reece ............................................................8 Wang, Ping ...............................................................19 War on Terrorism, The ..............................................27 War, Conflict and Human Rights ...............................17 War, Torture and Terrorism .......................................27 Wastell, Sari ..............................................................26 Water Law for the Twenty-First Century ....................24 Watts, Rob................................................................11 Weait, Matthew........................................................15 Weiss, Pia..................................................................20 Welfare’s Forgotten Past ...........................................36 Williamson, Laura .....................................................34 Winn, Jane................................................................19 Winterdyk, John..........................................................5 Wolhuter, Lorraine ....................................................12 Woodman, Gordon...................................................29 Woolford, Andrew ....................................................10 WTO, Governance and the Limits of Law ..................24 Young, Alison ..........................................................12 Zammit-Borda, Aldo .................................................37 Zartaloudis, Thanos ...................................................30 Zeno-Zencovich, Vincenzo.........................................16

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