Alison Duxbury


Alison Duxbury is an Associate Professor at the Melbourne Law School, University of Melbourne”. She is the author of The Participation of States in International Organisations: The Role of Human Rights and Democracy (CUP 2011).

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Is International Institutional Law Transforming?

José Alvarez has written that ‘the majority of international lawyers and fellow travelers in international relations rarely see an IO, proposed or existing, that they do not like.’ (2006) 100 AJIL 324, 339-40. International lawyers like international organisations because they promise (or at the very least, propose) international solutions to global problems, whether those problems concern international peace…

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