Tuesday, December 16, 2014

New Volume: African Yearbook of International Law

The latest volume of the African Yearbook of International Law (Vol. 19, 2011-2012) is out. Contents include:
  • Abdulqawi A. Yusuf & Roland Adjovi, Maputo Conference: Revitalizing the African Association of International Law (AAIL)
  • Mutoy Mubiala, Les Droits de L’homme dans la Mediation du Secretaire General des Nations Unies Dans Le Conflit de Bakassi Entre le Cameroun et le Nigeria (2002-2006)
  • Adejoké Babington-Ashaye, The African Peer-Review Mechanism at Ten: From Lofty Goals to Practical Implementation
  • Christian Pangilinan, A Role for the African Court of Justice and Human Rights in Developing a Binding Regional Framework for Refugee Protection
  • Dominic N. Dagbanja, The Changing Pattern and Future of Foreign Investment Law and Policy in Ghana: The Role of International Investment Treaties
  • Chilenye Nwapi, Adjudicating Transnational Corporate Crimes in Foreign Courts: Imperialism or Assertion of Functional Jurisdiction?
  • Catherine Maia & Anatole Ayissi, Peace Through Constitution: The Importance of Constitutional Order for International Peace and Security
  • Abdulqawi A. Yusuf & Yuki Daijo, The Role of the Chairperson in Multilateral Treaty-Making Negotiations: The UNESCO Convention on Cultural Diversity
  • Abdulqawi A. Yusuf, The Emergence of Judicial Institutions for Inter-State Dispute Settlement in Africa: A Brief Survey
  • Sayeman Bula-Bula, Les Atteintes a L’autonomie Juridique de L’enfant Africain dans la Guerre
  • Kasaija Phillip Apuuli, The Use of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles and United Nations Peacekeeping: The Case of Monusco in the Democratic Republic of the Congo
  • Bridget Rhinehart, Prosecuting Hissene Habre: Establishing a Factual Background of the Rise, Rule and Fall of Hissene Habre
  • Roland Adjovi, Une Saga Judiciaire Autour d’un (Ex-) Chef D’etat Africain, Hissene Habre
  • Jérôme de Hemptinne, Trois Propositions de Reforme du Systeme de Justice Penale Internationale