Thursday, March 7, 2013

New Volume: African Yearbook on International Humanitarian Law

The latest volume of the African Yearbook on International Humanitarian Law (Vol. 2011) is out. Contents include:
  • Brian Sang, Clearing some of the Fog of War over Combatting Terrorists on the Frontiers of International Law : Targeted Killing and International Humanitarian Law
  • John-Marc Iyi, Somali Piracy, UNSC Resolutions 1816-1851 : Dilemma of State Failure and the Burden of Legitimacy
  • Muhammed Tawfiq Ladan, Legal and Policy Imperatives for the Prevention, Protection, Assistance and Durable Solutrion to the Plight of Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) in Nigeria
  • Kesolofetse Lefenya, The Convention on Cluster Munitions (2008) : Implications for International Humanitarian Law (IHL) in Africa
  • Garth Abraham, Universal Jurisdiction and the African Union (AU) : ". . . the Wrong Side of History"?
  • Elizabeth Macharia-Mokobi, Towards Complementarity in Botswana
  • Dan Kuwali, "Humanitarian Rights" : Enforcement of International Humanitarian Law by the African Court of Human Rights
  • Abubakar Matazu, The Domestic Implementation of International Humanitarian Law (IHL) in Nigeria : Issues and Challenges