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Douglas Guilfoyle

Douglas Guilfoyle is Professor of international law and security at the University of New South Wales Canberra. His principal areas of research are maritime security, the international law of the sea, and international and transnational criminal law. He has published widely on maritime law enforcement, the law of naval warfare, international courts and tribunals, and the history of international law. His research work is informed by his consultancy to various government and international organisations. He is currently a Australian Research Council Future Fellow, working on the project “Small States’ use of law of the sea litigation against greater powers”. He was previously a Visiting Legal Fellow at the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, a Professor of Law at Monash University and a Reader in Law at University College London. He was a Gates Cambridge Trust scholar and Chevening scholar during his graduate study at the University of Cambridge.

AUKUS and the international rules-based order in the maritime domain

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Context: the role of the rules-based order in the Indo-Pacific The idea of AUKUS began with the acquisition of strategic...