Thursday, August 24, 2017

New Volume: South African Yearbook of International Law

The latest volume of the South African Yearbook of International Law (Vol. 40, 2015) is out. Contents include:
  • Articles
    • Erika de Wet, The Collective Right to Indigenous Property in the Jurisprudence of Regional Human Rights Bodies
    • Xiuli Han, The Future of Bilateral Investment Treaties between China and Africa
    • Patrick Vrancken & Frans Marx, Birth, Marriage and Death at Sea in South African Law
    • George Barrie, Failed States: The New Challenge to International Law
    • Mutsa Mangezi & Sarah Swart, Back to Basics: The Path to Enhancing African Adherence to International Humanitarian Law
    • Annet Wanyana Oguttu, Resolving Double Tax Treaty Disputes: The Challenges of Mutual Agreement Procedure with a Special Focus on Addressing the Concerns of Developing Countries in Africa ― The South African and Ugandan Experience
  • International Law in Practice
    • Dire Tladi, Progressively Developing and Codifying International Law: The Work of the International Law Commission in its Sixty-Seventh Session
    • Arnold N Pronto, The Work of the Sixth Committee of the United Nations General Assembly in 2014 and 2015
    • JGS de Wet, Highlights from the Office of the Chief State Law Advisor (International Law): Introduction
  • Notes and Comments
    • Vishal Surbun, Shifting Sand and Shifting Jurisdiction: Sea Level Change and Its Implications for Maritime Sovereignty in Southern Africa
    • Dire Tladi & Maryam Shaqra, Assessing the Legality of Coalition Air Strikes Targeting the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIS) in Syria under International Law