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Jonathan Charles Goddard and Nicholas Cambridge, “What the Dickens?”, Urology News, November/December 2018, VOL 23 NO 1, pp.23-24, ISSN: 1368-8960
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Combating Corruption: Legal Approaches to Supporting Good Governance and Integrity in Africa (Edward Elgar Publishing, 2014)
“How to Measure the Quality of Judicial Reasoning”,Bencze, Mátyás, Ng, Gar Yein (Eds.), Springer, 2018
Francis Grimal and Jae Sundaram . “The Incremental Militarization of Outer Space: A Threshold Analysis.”
Chinese Journal of International Law, 17(1), pp.45-72
Francis Grimal and Jae Sundaram . “Combat Drones: Hives, Swarms, and Autonomous Action?.”
Journal of Conflict and Security Law, 23(1), pp.105-135
Matthias Strohn et al (2018): 1918: Winning the War, Losing the War
In 2018, the world will be commemorating the centenary of the end of the First World War. In many ways, 1918 was the most dramatic year of the conflict. After the defeat of Russia in 1917, the Germans were able…