The Asian Business & Rule of Law Initiative (ABRL) conducts applied international legal research at the intersection of business, government and society at the SMU School of Law’s Cross-Border Commercial Law in Asia. For more information, click here.

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Submissions from 2013

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Khmer Krom witness describes forced transfer, starvation, Lauren Crothers

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ECCC’s Legacy for the Rule of Law in Cambodia, Jenny Holligan and Mahdev Mohan

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Land grabs still plague Myanmar and Cambodia, Mahdev MOHAN and Vani SATHISAN

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Have a Trial by Relevance, not Severance - The ECCC's Case 002, Vani Sathisan and Jenny Holligan

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From aversion to acceptance: Evolution of the Asean human rights agenda, Siraj Aziz SHAIK

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Multi Stakeholder Singapore Forum on Business and Human Rights (and Related Events), Singapore Management University

Submissions from 2012

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‘The Messaging Effect’: Eliciting Credible Historical Evidence from Victims of Mass Crimes, Mahdev MOHAN

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Myanmar: Need to invest responsibly, Mahdev MOHAN, Salil Tripathi, and Lan Shiow Tsai

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Expecting the right thing: The imperative for recognising substantive legitimate expectations in Singapore, Siraj Aziz SHAIK and Yi Siong Sui

Submissions from 2011

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VICTIMS’ RIGHT TO REMEDY: AWARDING MEANINGFUL REPARATIONS AT THE ECCC, Mahdev Mohan et al

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Securing human rights in business, Mahdev MOHAN and Delphia Lim

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ERASING THE NON-JUDICIAL NARRATIVE: VICTIM TESTIMONIES AT THE KHMER ROUGE TRIBUNAL, Mahdev Mohan and Vani Sathisan

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Why Asean should admit Timor Leste, Mahdev MOHAN and Lan Shiow Tsai

Submissions from 2010

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RECONSTITUTING THE “UN-PERSON”: THE KHMER KROM &THE KHMER ROUGE TRIBUNAL, Mahdev MOHAN

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THE NEW INTERNATIONAL ARBITRATION (AMENDMENT) - A Broader Framework for Interim Relief or Just a Tune-up?, Mahdev MOHAN and Eu-Yen Tay

Submissions from 2009

The Paradox of Victim-Centrism: Victim Participation at the Khmer Rouge Tribunal, Mahdev MOHAN

Submissions from 2008

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Amicus Curiae Brief Relating to the Appeal Challenging The Order of Provisional Detention of 14 November 2007, Mahdev MOHAN and Vinita Mohan