Starke, Joseph Gabriel
STARKE, Joseph Gabriel
STARKE, Joseph Gabriel. Australian, b. 1911. Genres: History, International relations/Current affairs, Law, Psychiatry. Career: Queen's Counsel, 1961- (Barrister, 1939-). Professor of Humanitarian Law, International Institute of Humanitarian Law, San Remo, Italy, 1975-; Member, Panel of Arbitrators, International Court of Justice, 1969-; General Ed., Australian Law Journal, 1974-92; Consultant, Inter-State Commission, 1985- 98. Member, League of Nations Secretariat, Geneva, 1935-40. Publications: Introduction to International Law, 1947, 10th ed., 1989; The ANZUS Treaty Alliance, 1965; Studies in International Law, 1965; The Law of Town and Country Planning in New South Wales, 1966; (with N.C. Seddon and M.P. Ellinghaus) Cheshire and Fifoot on Contracts, 6th ed., 1992; Introduction to the Science of Peace, 1968; Assignments of Choses in Action in Australia, 1972; The Validity of Psycho-Analysis, 1973; Contributions to Irenology in the Writings of Leonard Nelson, 1974; (co-author) Casebook on the Law of Contract, 1975; The Changing Legal Scene in New South Wales: An Overview, 1986; The Science of Peace, 1986; The Protection of Public Service Whistleblowers, 1992; Oral History Concerning the League of Nations, 1934-1940, 1997. EDITOR: The Protection and Encouragement of Private Foreign Investment, 1966; Australian Year Book of International Law 1965, 1966. Address: 2 Kemp Close, Swinger Hill, Phillip, Canberra, ACT 2606, Australia.