16 août 2015

REVUE : "International Criminal Justice Issues in Africa", African Journal of Legal Studies (vol. 7, n°3, 2014)

Kadidiatou HAMA

A recent issue of the African Journal of Legal Studies (vol. 7, n°3, 2014) focuses on "International Criminal Justice Issues in Africa." 

Special Issue: International Criminal Justice Issues in Africa

    • Kamari Maxine Clarke & Sarah-Jane Koulen, The Legal Politics of the Article 16 Decision: The International Criminal Court, the UN Security Council and Ontologies of a Contemporary Compromise
    • Ronald C. Jennings, Cosmopolitan Subjects: Critical Reflections on Dualism, International Criminal Law and Sovereignty
    • Benson Chinedu Olugbuo, The African Union, the United Nations Security Council and the Politicisation of International Justice in Africa
    • Dire Tladi, When Elephants Collide it is the Grass that Suffers: Cooperation and the Security Council in the Context of the AU/ICC Dynamic
    • Sara Kendall, ‘UhuRuto’ and Other Leviathans: The International Criminal Court and the Kenyan Political Order

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