Monday, January 29, 2018

New Issue: African Journal of International and Comparative Law

The latest issue of the African Journal of International and Comparative Law (Vol. 26, no. 1, February 2018) is out. Contents include:
  • Y.K. Brian Sang, Horizontal Application of Constitutional Rights in Kenya: A Comparative Critique of the Emerging Jurisprudence
  • Njem Iboum Pierre Barry, Conception Generique de l'Arbitrage en Droit International, Mecanisme de Reglement des Differends
  • Stephen Kingah, Legal Treatment of Boko Haram Militants Captured by Cameroon
  • Imran Smith, Promoting Commercial Agriculture in Nigeria Through a Reform of the Legal and Institutional Frameworks
  • Jeremy Sarkin, The Need to Reform the Political Role of the African Union in Promoting Democracy and Human Rights in Domestic States: Making States More Accountable and Less Able to Avoid Scrutiny at the United Nations and at the African Union, Using Swaziland to Spotlight the Issues
  • Tomasz P. Milej, Human Rights Protection by International Courts – What Role for the East African Court of Justice?
  • Estian Botes & Henk Kloppers, Insurable Interest as a Requirement for Insurance Contracts: A Comparative Analysis