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Email

sr496@cam.ac.uk

Faculty Contact Details

Room: 7, LCIL

Tel: 01223748772

University Lecturer in International Law

Interests

oceans, global commons, treaties, institutions, natural resources, histories of international law

CV / Biography

PhD,  St John's, University of Cambridge; LLM, NYU; BA LLB Hons., National Law School of India University, Bangalore 

 

 

Publications

 

Books

"Strategically Created Treaty Conflicts and the Politics of International Law" (Cambridge University Press)

Published:
Jan 2015
Publisher:
Cambridge University Press

"Cambridge Companion to International Law" (Cambridge University Press) (Ed)

Published:
Jan 2012
Publisher:
Cambridge University Press

Articles

"Global Commons" (2016) 27 European Journal of International Law (forthcoming)

Citation:
(2016) 27 European Journal of International Law (forthcoming)
Published:
Sep 2016

"Between Philosophy and Anxiety? The Early International Law Commission, Treaty Conflict and the Project of International Law" (2012) 83 British Yearbook of International Law 82-114

Citation:
(2012) 83 British Yearbook of International Law 82-114
Published:
Feb 2014

"The Value of Narratives: The India USA Nuclear Deal in terms of Fragmentation, Pluralism, Constitutionalization and Global Administrative Law" (2013) 6(1) Erasmus Law Review 16-31

Citation:
(2013) 6(1) Erasmus Law Review 16-31
Published:
Jun 2013

"Visions of International Law: Lessons from the 123 Agreement" (2011) 51 Indian Journal of International Law 146-197

Citation:
(2011) 51 Indian Journal of International Law 146-197
Published:
Jun 2011

"Between Complicity and Irrelevance-Industry Associations and the Challenge of Regulating Private Security Contractors" (2010) 41 Georgetown Journal of International Law 303-376

Citation:
(2010) 41 Georgetown Journal of International Law 303-376
Published:
Mar 2010

"Reconceptualizing the Boundaries of Humanitarian Assistance: What's in a Name or the Importance of Being Earnest" 40(1) John Marshall Law Review 195-233

Citation:
40(1) John Marshall Law Review 195-233
Published:
Dec 2006

Book Chapters

"Legality and Lawfare in Regime Implementation" in Nikolas M. Rajkovic, Tanja Aalberts, Thomas Gammeltoft-Hansen, The Power of Legality: Practices of International Law and Their Politics (Cambridge University Press) (Ed)

Publisher:
Cambridge University Press
Published Date:
Dec 2015
Co-Author/s:
Nikolas M. Rajkovic, Tanja Aalberts, Thomas Gammeltoft-Hansen

"Responding to Deliberately-created Treaty Conflicts" in C Tams, A Tzanakopoulos and A Zimmerman, Research Handbook on the Law of Treaties (Edward Elgar) (Ed)

Publisher:
Edward Elgar
Published Date:
Jun 2014
Co-Author/s:
C Tams, A Tzanakopoulos and A Zimmerman

"Constructive Constraints? Conceptual and Practical Challenges to Regulating Private Military and Security Companies" in C Ryngaert, M Noorthman, Human security and international law: the challenge of non-state actors (Intersentia) (Ed)

Publisher:
Intersentia
Published Date:
Dec 2013
Co-Author/s:
C Ryngaert, M Noorthman

Book Reviews

Interpreting the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty. By Daniel Joyner 2011 (82) BYIL 532

Published:
Nov 2013

Case Notes

The Torture Exception to Immunity from Civil Suit: Jones and others v UK (2014) 59 EHRR 1 (2015) 74(1) CLJ 16-19

Published:
Apr 2015