Wednesday, August 15, 2007

New Volume: South African Yearbook of International Law

The latest volume of the South African Yearbook of International Law (Vol. 31, 2006) is out. Contents include:

  • Herman Blignaut & André Meyer, Registered Design and Trade Mark Protection: A South African Perspection
  • Neville Botha, African International Scholars and their Contribution to the Development of International Law
  • James Crawford, The ILC's Articles on Diplomatic Protection
  • M.P. Fereira-Snyman & G.M. Ferreira, Global Good Governance and Good Global Governance
  • Hennie Strydom, Chronocles of United Nations Reform
  • Elias M. Ngolele, The Content of the Doctrine of Self-Execution and its Limited Effect in South Afican Law
  • Michiele Olivier, Compliance with Reporting Obligations Under International Law: Where Does South Africa Stand?
  • Martin Kunschak, The African Union and the Right to Intervention: Is There a Need for UN Security Council Authorisation?
  • Christo Botha, "If You Can't Be With the One You Love, Love the One You're With": A Critical Analysis of the Latest South African Anti-Mercenary Legislation
  • Dire Tladi, Reflections on the Rule of Law in International Law: The Security Council, International Law and the Limits of Power
  • Stephen Peté & Max Du Plessis, International Law and Reparations for the Atlantic Slave Trade: A Case Study in Legal Obfuscation
  • Rebecca M.M. Wallace, Secretary of State for the Home Department (Respondent) v K (FC) (Appellant); Fornah (FC) (Appellant) v Secretary of State for the Home Department (Respondent) Appellate Committee 2006 UKHL 46
  • Margaret Beukes, The Recognition of a Right of Access to Government-Held Information by an International Tribunal and the Role of Non-Governmental Organisations in the Occasion
  • G.N. Barrie, Reaction of USA Courts to the ICJ "Avena" Judgment
  • Neville Botha, South African Judicial Decisions: Functionaries and Functions in Extradition Proceedings