Saturday, August 4, 2018

New Issue: African Journal of International and Comparative Law

The latest issue of the African Journal of International and Comparative Law (Vol. 26, no. 3, August 2018) is out. Contents include:
  • Justice Srem-Sai, Corporate Governance and the Capital Market in Ghana: The Stymieing Role of the State
  • Sylvestre-José-Tidiane Manga, Post-Paris Climate Agreement UNFCCC COP-21: Perspectives on International Environmental Governance
  • Derek Inman, Dorothée Cambou & Stefaan Smis, Evolving Legal Protections for Indigenous Peoples in Africa: Some Post-UNDRIP Reflections
  • P. J. Badenhorst, New Order Rights to Minerals in South Africa: Ten Years after Mayday
  • Emma Charlene Lubaale, The Dominant Role of Commanders in the Sudanese Military Justice System and Accountability for International Crimes
  • Fonja Julius Achu, Settlement of Labour Disputes under Cameroonian Labour Law
  • Ngozi Chinwa Ole, The Paris Agreement 2015 as a Primer for Developing Nigerian Off-grid Solar Electricity
  • Ashraf M. A. Elfakharani, Rohana Abdul Rahman & Nor Anita Abdullah, Compatibility Between US-BIT Norms and the Need for Local Remedies Through Relevant Egyptian Investment Laws