Saturday 18 Aug 2018 | 04:21 | SYDNEY

In the wake of the Iraq war, both US Presidential candidates have said they will close Guantanamo Bay and take a different view from the current Administration on water boarding.

Under the next US President, can we expect a revival of US and wider interest in international law when it comes to the prohibition on torture, the use of force, non-proliferation and climate change?

Professor James Crawford discusses these issues as part of the Lowy Institute Distinguished Speaker Series.

 

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