African Journal of International and Comparative Law – Volume 29, Issue 1, February, 2021
Volume 29, Issue 1, February, 2021
ISSN: 0954-8890, EISSN: 1755-1609
The African Journal of International and Comparative Law re-started publication with EUP in 2005, with the approval of the African Society of International and Comparative Law. The eminent Editorial Board continues as previously, with members from international institutions in Geneva and from universities in Africa, the UK and the US. The journal continues its tradition of providing invaluable refereed material in both international and comparative law on a pan-African basis. It includes articles on public or private international law, either in English or French, as well as a section on recent developments relevant to the continent.
Applying the Human Rights Framework to Economic Policy: Insights from an Impact Assessment of Services Trade Liberalisation in Mauritius
Bilateral Investment Treaties and the Increase in Egyptian Appearances before International Arbitration Tribunals
Ashraf M. A. Elfakharani, Rohana Abdul Rahman, Hamza E. Albaheth and Nor Anita Abdullah
Taking Stock of United Nations and African Union Constitutionalism
W. D. Lubbe and Otto Spijkers
The Principle of Complementarity: A Reflection on Its Meaning, Origin and Types in International Criminal Law
(Un)Constitutional Amendments and Cameroon Constitutions: Strange Bedfellows with the Rule of Law and Constitutionalism
Justin Ngambu Wanki
Towards an Extensive Statutory Protection of Consumers in Timeshare Agreements: A Comparative Perspective
La Contribution de la Cour Penale Internationale à la Reconstruction de l’état de Droit dans les Sociétés Post-conflit en Afrique : Vingt-deux Ans après, Quel Bilan ?
Judicaël Élisée Tiehi
Aliens’ Acquisition of Land in Nigeria: An Incursion into the Evolving Jurisprudence
Chukwunweike A. Ogbuabor, Damian U. Ajah and Anthony O. Nwafor
Revisiting the Monism and Dualism Dichotomy: What does the South African Constitution of 1996 and the Practice by the Courts tell us about the Reception of SADC Community Law (Treaty Law) in South Africa?
Moses Retselisistoe Phooko
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