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Roberts P; Scott SV; Cranney J; Cumming TM; Angstmann E; Nehme M; Watson K, 2024, 'Design principles for dual mode readiness in an uncertain future', Innovations in Education and Teaching International, 61, pp. 240 - 250,

Scott S; Andrade RC, 2022, 'Political Disputes: Inter-State Dispute Settlement', Max Planck Encyclopedia of International Procedural Law,

Scott S, 2021, 'National Encounters with the International Court of Justice: Avoiding Litigating Antarctic Sovereignty', Melbourne Journal of International Law, 21, pp. 578 - 595,

Scott S; Kaindi C, 2021, 'The Responsibility of the UN Security Council for Climate Security', Ethiopian Yearbook of International Law, 2019, pp. 211 - 219,

Scott SV, 2021, 'The irrelevance of no-recognition to Australia's Antarctic Territory title', International and Comparative Law Quarterly, 70, pp. 491 - 503,

Scott SV, 2020, 'Symposium on authoritarian international law: Is authoritarian international law inevitable? The imperial over-stretch of international law', AJIL Unbound, 114, pp. 242 - 246,

Scott SV; Oriana LM, 2019, 'The history of Australian legal opposition to Japanese Antarctic whaling', Australian Journal of International Affairs, 73, pp. 466 - 484,

Scott SV, 2019, 'Comparing the robustness and effectiveness of the Antarctic treaty system and the UNFCCC regime', Australian Journal of Maritime and Ocean Affairs, 11, pp. 94 - 106,

Scott SV; Andrade RC, 2019, 'Sovereignty as Normative Decoy in the R2P Challenge to the Charter of the United Nations', Global Responsibility to Protect, 11, pp. 198 - 225,

Scott S, 2018, 'The Decline of International Law as a Normative Ideal', Victoria University of Wellington Law Review, pp. 627 - 643

Scott SV, 2018, 'What lessons does the Antarctic Treaty System offer for the future of peaceful relations in the South China Sea?', Marine Policy, 87, pp. 295 - 300,

Scott SV, 2016, 'China’s nine-dash line, international law, and the Monroe Doctrine analogy', China Information, 30, pp. 296 - 311,

Scott SV, 2015, 'Implications of climate change for the UN Security Council: mapping the range of potential policy responses', International Affairs, 91, pp. 1317 - 1333,

Scott SV, 2015, 'Does the UNFCCC fulfil the functions required of a framework convention?: Why abandoning the United Nations framework convention on climate change might constitute a long overdue step forward', Journal of Environmental Law, 27, pp. 69 - 89,

Scott SV, 2014, 'Quantifying the assessment loads of students and staff: the challenge of selecting appropriate metrics', Journal of Further and Higher Education,

Scott SV; Oriana L, 2014, 'Whaling in the Antarctic (Australia v. Japan: New Zealand intervening) Judgment of 31 March 2014: A decisive victory – but for whom?', International Journal of Marine and Coastal Law, 29, pp. 547 - 557,

Scott SV, 2014, 'Australia's decision to initiate Whaling in the Antarctic: winning the case versus resolving the dispute', Australian Journal of International Affairs, 68, pp. 1 - 16,

Scott SV, 2014, 'Inserting Visions of justice into a contemporary history of international law', Asian Journal of International Law, 4, pp. 41 - 53,

Scott SV, 2013, 'Practising what we preach: towards a student-centred definition of feedback', Teaching in Higher Education,

Scott SV; Andrade R, 2012, 'The Global Response to Climate Change: Can the Security Council Assume a Lead Role?', Brown Journal of World Affairs, 18, pp. 215 - 226,

Scott SV, 2012, 'The Securitization of Climate Change in World Politics: How Close Have We Come and Would Full Securitization Enhance the Efficacy of Global Climate Change Policy?', Review of European Community and International Environmental Law, 21, pp. 220 - 230,

Scott SV, 2011, 'Ingenious and innocuous? Article IV of the antarctic treaty as imperialism', Polar Journal, 1, pp. 51 - 62,

Scott SV, 2011, '`Ingenious And Innocuous?: Article IV of the Antarctic Treaty as Imperialism’', The Polar Journal, 1, pp. 49 - 60,

Rayfuse R; Scott S, 2008, 'Australia's climate change law and diplomacy', Asia Pacific Journal of Environmental Law, 11, pp. 1 - 11

Scott SV, 2008, 'Climate Change and Peak Oil As Threats to International Peace and Security: Is It Time for the Security Council to Legislate?', Melbourne Journal of International Law, 9, pp. 495 - 514

Scott SV, 2008, 'Intergovernmental Organizations as Disseminators, Legitimators and Disguisers of Hegemonic Policy Preferences: The United States, the International Whaling Commission, and the Introduction of a Moratorium on Commercial Whaling', Leiden Journal of International Law, 21, pp. 581 - 600

Scott SV, 2008, 'Is the Crisis of Climate Change a Crisis for International Law: Is International Law too Democratic, too Capitalist and too Fearful to cope with the Crisis of Climate Change?', Australian Yearbook on International Law, 14, pp. 31 - 43

Scott SV, 2008, 'Securitizing climate change: international legal implications and obstacles', Cambridge Review of International Affairs, 21, pp. 603 - 619

Scott SV, 2008, 'The Problem of Unequal Treaties in Contemporary International Law', Journal of International Law and International Relations, 4, pp. 101 - 126

Scott SV; Ambler O, 2007, 'Does legality really matter? Accounting for the decline in US foreign policy legitimacy following the 2003 invasion of Iraq', European Journal of International Relations, 13, pp. 67 - 87

Scott SV, 2007, 'The Participation of the Australian Government in International Debate on the composition and voting procedure of the Security Council, 1945-2005', Australian Yearbook on International Law, 26, pp. 83 - 108

Scott SV, 2007, 'The Political Interpretation of Multilateral Treaties: Reconciling Text with Political Reality', NZ Journal of Public and International Law, 5, pp. 103 - 119

Scott SV, 2007, 'The Political Life of Public International Lawyers: Granting the Imprimatur', International Relations, 21, pp. 411 - 426

Scott SV, 2007, 'The Question of UN Charter Amendment, 1945-1965: Appeasing `the Peoples`', Journal of History of International Law, pp. 83 - 107

Scott SV, 2005, 'Identifying the Source and Nature of a State`s Political Obligation Towards International Law', Journal of International Law and International Relations, 1, pp. 49 - 60

Scott SV, 2005, 'The Failure of the UN to Hold a Charter Review Conference in the 1950`s: The Future in the Past?', Australian and New Zealand Law and History E-Journal, Internet, pp. 70 - 79

Scott SV, 2004, 'Is there room for international law in realpolitik? accounting for the US `attitude` toward international law', Review of International Studies, 30, pp. 71 - 88

Scott SV; Withana-arachchi R, 2004, 'The Relevance of International Law for Foreign Policy Decision-Making when National Security is at stake: Lessons from the Cuban Missile Crisis', Chinese Journal of International Law, 3, pp. 163 - 188

Scott SV, 2004, 'Why wasn`t genocide a crime in Australia? Accounting for the half century delay in Australia implementing the Genocide Convention', Australian Journal of Human Rights, 10, pp. 159 - 178

Scott SV, 2001, 'How Cautious is Precautious? Antarctic Tourism and the Precautionary Principle', International and Comparative Law Quarterly, pp. 963 - 971

Scott SV, 2000, 'Australia`s first tuna negotiations with Japan', Marine Policy, pp. 309 - 318

Scott S, 1999, 'Perspectives on Australian foreign policy 1998', Australian Journal of International Affairs, 53, pp. 193 - 207,

Scott SV, 1999, 'The grass under the global elephant', American Society of international law: proceedings of the 93rd Annual Meeting, pp. 118 - 120,

Scott SV, 1999, 'Australian Diplomacy opposing Japanese Antarctic whaling 1945-1951:The role of legal argument', Australian Journal of International Affairs, pp. 179 - 192

Scott SV, 1999, 'Beyond `compliance`: reconceiving the international law- foreign policy dynamic', Australian Yearbook on International Law, 19, pp. 35 - 48

Scott SV, 1999, 'Japan`s renunciation of territorial rights in Antarctica and Australian diplomacy', Polar record, 35, pp. 99 - 106,

Scott SV, 1999, 'The academic as service provider: is the customer always right?', Journal of Higher Education Policy and Management, 21, pp. 193 - 202

Scott SV, 1998, 'Issues in Australian foreign policy: January to June 1998`', Australian Journal of Politics and History, pp. 553 - 565

Scott SV, 1998, 'Issues in Australian foreign policy: July to December 1997', Australian Journal of Politics and History, pp. 225 - 232

Scott SV, 1997, 'The High Court-Law or Politics', Australian Lawyer, pp. 4 - 4

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