Obliques work rotational and anti-rotational, along with lateral flexion and anti-flexion.
Here's an article on rotational training. http://bretcontreras.com/2011/05/rotational-training/
It includes this section on anti-rotational training.
3. Dynamic Limb/Core Isometric Rotary Exercises - these are also called “anti-rotation” and “rotary stability” exercises and are slightly more complicated than pure rotary isometric exercises since the core must remain stable while the limbs move. These exercises include landmines, Pallof presses, cable chops and lifts, push-pulls, and even many unilateral exercises such as single arm dumbbell bench press, one arm dumbbell rows, Bulgarian split squats, and single leg bottoms up hip thrusts.
I usually do standing or lying 1 arm presses and 1 arm face pulls, and of course, turkish get ups. I think Jungle Doc posted another good article on this recently.