Thursday, February 3, 2011

New Volume: African Yearbook of International Law

The latest volume of the African Yearbook of International Law (Vol. 16, 2008) is out. Contents include:
  • Special Theme: International Migration in Africa
    • Ibrahim Awad, Introduction: Concepts, Practice and Policies of International Migration in Africa
    • Aderanti Adepoju, Formulating Migration Policy at the Regional, Sub-Regional and National Levels in Africa
    • Aurelia Wa Kabwe-Segatti, Regional Integration Policy and Migration Reform in SADC Countries: An Institutional Overview of Power Relations
    • Thomas Lacroix, Politiques de codéveloppement et le champ associative immigré africain : un panorama européen
    • Harouna Mounkaila & Hamidou Issaka Maga, La gestion des migrations internationales au Niger : défis, enjeux et Perspectives
    • Simon Bekker, Explaining Violence Against Foreigners and Strangers in Urban South Africa: Outbursts During May and June 2008
    • Tarek Badawy, The Protection of Refugees Between Obligations under the United Nations Charter and Specific Treaty Obligations: The Case of Egypt
    • Ibrahim Wani, International Migration and Human Rights
  • General Articles
    • Melissa Khemani, Corruption and the Violation of Human Rights: The Case for Bringing the African Union Convention on Prevention and Combating Corruption Within the Jurisdiction of the African Court on Human and Peoples’ Rights
    • Charles Riziki Majinge, The Doctrine of Permanent Sovereignty over Natural Resources in International Law and its Practice in Developing Countries: The Case of a Mining Sector in Tanzania
    • Jackson Nyamuya Maogoto, Yesterday’s Mistakes Still Today’s News: The Persisting Cloud of Humanitarian Violations Over United Nations Peacekeeping: A New Agenda for Accountability
    • Salman M. A. Salman, Water Resources in the Sudan North-South Peace Process: Past Experience and Future Trends
  • Notes and Comments
    • Suzy H. Nikièma, Nature et portée des exceptions relatives au développement durable dans les accords internationaux d’investissement
    • Abdoulaye Soma, Sur le principe d’une obligation des Etats africains de se « démocratiser » : éléments de droit constitutionnel et de droit international public
    • Kishore Singh, Right to Education and Equality of Opportunity in Education: An Analysis of Constitutional Obligations in African States