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McAuliffe, Padraig ORCID: 0000-0002-7712-5472
(2014) Bad Analogy: Why the Divergent Institutional Imperatives of the Ad Hoc Tribunals and the ICC Make the Lessons of Rule 11 bis Inapplicable to the ICC's Complementarity Regime. International Organizations Law Review, 11 (2). 345 - 427.


McAuliffe, Padraig
(2021) The Conceptual-Contextual Gap between Non-recurrence and Transformative Police Reform in Post-Conflict States. POLICING-A JOURNAL OF POLICY AND PRACTICE, 15 (1). 348 - 361.


McAuliffe, Padraig ORCID: 0000-0002-7712-5472
(2014) From Watchdog to Workhorse: Explaining the Emergence of the ICC's Burden-sharing Policy as an Example of Creeping Cosmopolitanism. Chinese Journal of International Law, 13 (2). 259 - 296.


Phillips, Thomas
(2020) International Legal Perspectives on Aspects of Self-Determination in North Kurdistan and Turkey: Kurdish Language Education, and Political Participation. PhD thesis, University of Liverpool.


McAuliffe, Padraig ORCID: 0000-0002-7712-5472
(2020) 'Pravda for Playboy": David Edgar's The Shape of the Table and the Eastern European Roundtables. Journal of Contemporary Drama in English, 8 (2). 236 - 256.


McAuliffe, Padraig ORCID: 0000-0002-7712-5472
(2021) Programmatic Approaches to Realising Socio-Economic Rights: Debates, Definitions and Trends. Melbourne Journal of International Law, 22 (1). 24 - 56.


McAuliffe, Padraig ORCID: 0000-0002-7712-5472
(2017) Reflections of the nexus between justice and peacebuilding. Journal of Intervention and Statebuilding, 11 (2). 245 - 260.


McAuliffe, Padraig
(2021) Socio-economic Rights, Capacity and the Neopatrimonial State (FORTHCOMING). Yale Human Rights and Development Law Journal, 22 (2).


McAuliffe, Padraig ORCID: 0000-0002-7712-5472
(2021) Transitional Justice, Institutions and Temporality: Towards a Dynamic Understanding. International Criminal Law Review, 21 (5). 817 - 847.

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