Thursday, September 8, 2011

New Issue: Journal of African and International Law

The latest issue of the Journal of African and International Law (Vol. 4, no. 2, 2011) is out. Contents include:
  • Radwa S. Elsaman & Ahmed A. Alshorbagy,Doing Business in Egypt After the January Revolution: Capital Market and Investment Laws
  • Amos O. Enabulele, Prohibition of the Use of Force, the Rising Activities of Militias and the Dilemma of the ICJ: Are Articles 2(4) and 51 of the United Nations Charter in Need of Reconsideration?
  • Gbadebo A. Olagunju, Piracy Jure Gentium: Re-Surgence of the Old Problem as a New Challenge in International Maritime Law
  • Patrick C.R. Terry, International Law Strikes Back or Suez 1956 - A Forerunner of the Iraq Fiasco in 2003
  • Edson P. Rwechungura, Financial Markets Regulation and Protection of the Economy in Africa: the Case of Tanzania
  • Michael Kabai, Rights and Duties of the Republic of South Africa under the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea in Relation to Its Continental Shelf
  • Chacha Bhoke, The Right to Bail For Individuals Charged With International Crimes before the International Criminal Court and Tribunals