Wednesday, October 8, 2014

New Issue: African Journal of International and Comparative Law

The latest issue of the African Journal of International and Comparative Law (Vol. 22, no. 3, October 2014) is out. Contents include:
  • James D. Fry, Towards an International Piracy Tribunal: Curing the Legal Limbo of Captured Pirates
  • Rhuks Temitope Ako & Olubayo Oluduro, Identifying Beneficiaries of the UN Indigenous Peoples’ Partnership (UNIPP): The Case for the Indigenes of Nigeria's Delta Region
  • Moses Retselisitsoe Phooko, Legal Status of International Law in South Africa's Municipal Law: Government of the Republic of Zimbabwe v Fick and Others (657/11) [2012] ZASCA 122
  • Konstantinos D. Magliveras, Fighting Impunity Unsuccessfully in Africa: A Critique of the African Union's Handling of the Hissène Habré Affair
  • Paul Smit, Transnational Labour Relations: A Dream or Possibility in SADC?
  • Ebenezer Durojaye, When Poverty Is Not a Sin: An Assessment of the Human Rights Council's Guiding Principles on Poverty and Human Rights
  • Christian-Jr Kabange Nkongolo, The Justiciability of Socio-economic Rights under the African Charter on Human and Peoples’ Rights: Appraisal and Perspectives Three Decades after Its Adoption
  • John C. Mubangizi, Some Reflections on Two Decades of Human Rights Protection in South Africa: Lessons and Challenges