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Abstract: The background, facts and the conclusion of the case, The Queen v Tang are analyzed. The case is related to the first convictions that took place in Australia and finally helped in presenting the interpretation and application of the international law in the country.

To cite this article: Harris, Callista and Yiannikas, Sofia. 'The Queen v Tang' [2008] HCA 39 (28 August 2008) [online]. Australian International Law Journal, Vol. 17, 2010: [253]-265. Availability: <;dn=958089730273745;res=IELHSS> ISSN: 1325-5029. [cited 31 May 16].

Personal Author: Harris, Callista; Yiannikas, Sofia; Source: Australian International Law Journal, Vol. 17, 2010: [253]-265 Document Type: Journal Article ISSN: 1325-5029 Subject: Human rights; Slavery--Law and legislation; International criminal law; Slave trade; Identifier: Queen v Tang (case) Peer Reviewed: Yes

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