South African Yearbook of International Law (Print)

Product Attributes

  • Soft Cover
  • 0379 8895
  • Annual Periodical
  • 280 Pages

Authors

Ferreira-Snyman, MP (Editor) ; Tladi, D (Editor)

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About this Publication:

The South African Yearbook of International Law is the only South African journal devoted solely to international law. Published annually since 1975 by the VerLoren van Themaat Centre for Public Law Studies at Unisa, issues from 2014 onwards are published by Juta.

The South African Yearbook of International Law is a well-received, peer-reviewed journal, with an outstanding group of Editors and Editorial Board. Accredited by the Department of Higher Education and Training, The South African Yearbook of International Law is the leading reference source on the development of international law in South Africa and covers a wide variety of current topics in international law.

Contents Include:

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

Of Interest and Benefit to:

Academics and practitioners in the field of international law