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Acknowledgements Introduction Decolonisation of Knowledge: Whose Responsibility by Amita Dhanda & Archana Parashar 1. Development and the Limits of State Politics: rethinking Emancipatory Politics in Contemporary Africa by Michael Neocosmos 2. The Successful Failing of Legal Theory by Andreas Philippopoulos-Mihalopoulos 3. Power and Responsibility: The Curse of Spider-Man by Francesca Dominello 4. International Laws and the Discontented: Westernisation, the Development and the Underdevelopment of International Laws by Gbenga Oduntan 5. The Female Diaspora: Interrogating the Female Trafficked Migrant by Sharron A. Fitzgerald 6. Sexualised Economics: Divorce and the Division of Farming Property in Australia by Malcolm Voyce 7. Responsibility for Legal Knowledge by Archana Parashar 8. The Governance of Power: Taxing Choices by Radha Arun 9. The Ability to Respond: Responsibility of Regulatory Institutions by Vijaya Nagarajan 10. Power of One: The Law Teacher in the Legal Academy by Amita Dhanda About the Editors Notes on Contributors Index