South African Yearbook of International Law (Print)


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    Edition: Annual Periodical
  • Format: Soft Cover
  • ISBN: 0379 8895
  • Extent: 280 Pages
  • Category: Journals, International Law, Private and Public

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Accredited by the Department of Higher Education and Training, this leading reference source on the development of international law in South Africa covers a wide variety of current topics on international law.

2016 edition

  • Articles
    • How the Use of Force against Non-State Actors Transformed the Law of Self-defence after 9/11 – Alabo Ozubide
    • The African Growth and Opportunity Act: A Poisoned Chalice Handed to South Africa? – Olufemi Oluyeju and Michael Mafu
    • Armed Conflicts and the Lex Specialis Debate in Africa: lmplications of the Emerging Women’s and Children’s-rights Regimes – James Fowkes
    • Africa’s Integrated Maritime Strategy and the Law of the Sea – Patrick Vrancken
    • The First Cultural-Property Conviction at the ICC: An Analysis of the Al Mahdi Judgement – Emma Charlene Lubaale
  • International law in practice
    • Progressively Developing and Codifying International Law: The Work of the International Law Commission in its 68th Session – Dire Tladi
    • Highlights from the Office of the Chief State Law Advisor (International Law) – Sandea de Wet
  • Notes and comments
    • A Synopsis of the International Law Commission’s Final Report on the Obligation to Extradite or Prosecute – George Barrie
  • Comments on the Al Bashir cases
    • A Shrewd Awakening: The Mobilisation of South African Civil Society in the Al Bashir Matter – Mia Swart and Chelsea Ramsden
    • Democratic Alliance v Minister of International Relations and Cooperation 2017 (3) SA 212 (GP) – Hendrik Johannes Lubbe
  • South Africa’s policy
    • Treaties – Rika van der Walt

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Accredited by the Department of Higher Education and Training, this leading reference source on the development of international law in South Africa covers a wide variety of current topics on international law.

2016 edition

  • Articles
    • How the Use of Force against Non-State Actors Transformed the Law of Self-defence after 9/11 – Alabo Ozubide
    • The African Growth and Opportunity Act: A Poisoned Chalice Handed to South Africa? – Olufemi Oluyeju and Michael Mafu
    • Armed Conflicts and the Lex Specialis Debate in Africa: lmplications of the Emerging Women’s and Children’s-rights Regimes – James Fowkes
    • Africa’s Integrated Maritime Strategy and the Law of the Sea – Patrick Vrancken
    • The First Cultural-Property Conviction at the ICC: An Analysis of the Al Mahdi Judgement – Emma Charlene Lubaale
  • International law in practice
    • Progressively Developing and Codifying International Law: The Work of the International Law Commission in its 68th Session – Dire Tladi
    • Highlights from the Office of the Chief State Law Advisor (International Law) – Sandea de Wet
  • Notes and comments
    • A Synopsis of the International Law Commission’s Final Report on the Obligation to Extradite or Prosecute – George Barrie
  • Comments on the Al Bashir cases
    • A Shrewd Awakening: The Mobilisation of South African Civil Society in the Al Bashir Matter – Mia Swart and Chelsea Ramsden
    • Democratic Alliance v Minister of International Relations and Cooperation 2017 (3) SA 212 (GP) – Hendrik Johannes Lubbe
  • South Africa’s policy
    • Treaties – Rika van der Walt

Academics and practitioners in the field of international law

This product does not have any reviews yet - be the first to write one.


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