The Coalition Wars Against Iraq and Afghanistan the Courts of the UK, Ireland and the Us Significance for Australia (Law and Policy Paper) by Geoffrey Lindell

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[Geoffrey Lindell; Australian National University. Centre for International and Public Law.] -- This paper seeks to explore the role of judicial review in the conduct of foreign affairs as illustrated by cases in the United Kingdom, Ireland and the The Coalition Wars against Iraq and Afghanistan in the courts of the UK, Ireland and the US - Significance for Australia.

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