The pandemic paradox in international law

COVID-19 has given rise to a series of challenges in international law intersecting with patriotism, borders and equality. These paradoxes have rendered the international legal order’s mechanisms for collective action powerless precisely when they are most needed to fight the pandemic.

Hypothetical: A tale of terrorism

The 9/11 attacks hurled terrorism into the global mainstream media. Since then, Australia’s counter-terrorism narrative has developed, carving out a new national security landscape.

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