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    South African Yearbook of International Law

    South African Yearbook of International Law


    2000, Vol.25                 2010, Vol.35

    2001, Vol.26                 2011, Vol.36

    2002, Vol.27

    2003, Vol.28

    2004, Vol.29

    2005, Vol.30

    2006, Vol.31

    2007, Vol.32

    2008, Vol.33

    2009, Vol.34

     

    South African yearbook of international law, 2000, Vol.25

    Author

    Title

    Page to Page

    Rosalind H Thomas

    The EU South Africa Trade, Development and Cooperation Agreement: precedent orcomplicating factor?

    pp. 20-41

    Friedrich Soltau

    The right to participate in the debates of the Security Council

    pp. 1-19

    MG Cowling, MA Kidd

    CITES and the conservation of the African elephant

    pp. 189-226

    Patrick Vrancken

    The SADC legal and institutional framework for tourism

    pp. 180-189

    Gerhard Erasmus, Lyle Davidson

    Do South Africans have a right to diplomatic protection?

    pp. 113-130

    Neville Botha

    Treaty making in South Africa: a reassessment

    pp. 69-96

    MG Cowling

    The relationship between military necessity and the principle of superfluous injury and unnecessary suffering in the law of armed conflict

    pp. 131-160

    Neville Botha

    Extradition on the basis of treaty: section 5 of the Extradition Act 67 of 1962 considered

    pp. 245-255

    HCAW Schulze

    Declining and referring jurisdiction in international litigation: the Leuven/London Principles

    pp. 161-180

    D J Devine

    Prompt release of vessel and master

    pp. 227-232

    Mirelle Ehrenbeck

    South African participation in international organisations

    pp. 273-286

    Roland Henwood

    South African foreign policy and international practice 2000: an analysis

    pp. 287-311

    Erika de Wet, Hennie Strydom

    Implementing international humanitarian law: developments in South Africa and other jurisdictions with special reference to international war crimes tribunals

    pp. 42-68

    DJ Devine

    Compulsory dispute settlement in UNCLOS undermined?

    pp. 97-112

    South African yearbook of international law, 2001, Vol.26

    Author

    Title

    Page to Page

    JoAnn Schneeberger

    A labyrinth of tautology: the meaning of the term international agreement and its significance for South African law and treaty making practice

    pp. 1-40

    Hennie Srydom

    United Nations sanctions and Africa's wars of enrichment

    pp. 41-61

    Margaret Beukes

    Underwater cultural heritage: archaeological preservation or salvage?

    pp. 62-86

    John C Mubangizi

    International human rights protection for prisoners: which way South Africa?

    pp. 87-113

    Hercules Booysen

    Globalisation and international trade law

    pp. 114-131

    Phenyo Keiseng Rakate, Neil D McDonald

    Desperate measures? The protection of the environment through the law of armed conflict

    pp. 132-143

    Christa van Wyk

    Human rights and the Declaration of Helsinki: law and ethics in dialogue: a South African perspective

    pp. 144-155

    George N Barrie

    Sovereign immunities of states: acts iure imperii and acts iure gestionis: what is the distinction?

    pp. 156-164

    Hercules Booysen

    The EC-SA Free Trade Area: an area looking for adjacency and legal conformity

    pp. 165-173

    EC Schlemmer

    Investor protection and forum selection in bilateral investment treaties

    pp. 174-180

    JMT Labuschagne

    Immunity of the head of state for human rights violations in International Criminal Law

    pp. 180-191

    EC Schlemmer

    Citizenship, residence and locus standi: nationality and citizenship

    pp. 191-198

    JMT Labuschagne

    Criminal responsibility of children in international human rights law

    pp. 198-202

    EC Schlemmer

    Waiver in international arbitration

    pp. 202-211

    Chrystal Chetty

    Does the end justify the means? Interrogation methods and human rights: the Israeli experience and the way forward

    pp. 211-220

    M G Cowling

    International humanitarian law and the armed struggle in South Africa

    pp. 221-227

    Mirelle Ehrenbeck

    South African participation in international organisations

    pp. 261-279

    Roland Henwood

    South African foreign policy and international practice: 2001: an analysis

    pp. 280-307

    Margaret Beukes

    Southern African events of international significance: 2000

    pp. 308-324

    South African yearbook of international law, 2002, Vol.27

    Author

    Title

    Page to Page

    Tiffany de Waynecourt-Steele

    The contribution of the Statute of the International Criminal Court to the enforcement of international law in the fight of the experiences of the ICTY

    pp. 1-63

    Gerhard Erasmus, Gerhard Kemp

    The application of international criminal law before domestic courts in the light of recent developments in international and constitutional law

    pp. 64-81

    Hennie Strydom

    South Africa's response to international terrorism

    pp. 82-98

    M E Olivier

    Exploring the doctrine of self-execution as enforcement mechanism of international obligations

    pp. 99-119

    Leon Wessels

    Derogation from human rights : a possible dispensation for Africa and southern Africa

    pp. 120-139

    DJ Devine

    Relevant factors in establishing a reasonable bond for prompt release of an vessel under article 292(1) of the UN Convention on the Law of the Sea 1982

    pp. 140-149

    Drie Tladi

    Can the wolf protect the lamb? Free trade regimes as instruments towards sustainable development

    pp. 149-158

    PHG Vrancken

    The South African baseline

    pp. 158-170

    Louis J Kotze

    The interpretation of claims for pure economic loss under section 1(6)(c) of the Hazardous and Noxious Substances Convention

    pp. 171-192

    Michael Cowling

    The African Union : an evaluation

    pp. 193-205

    Margaret Beukes

    Economic refugees : South African reality and international refugee law

    pp. 206-213

    Mirelle Ehrenbeck

    The development of aviation policy in Africa

    pp. 213-222

     

    Base points, baselines in median-line delimitation

    pp. 223-226

    EC Schlemmer

    The inevitable conflict : trade, environment, investment

    pp. 226-236

    JMT Labuschagne

    The European Court of Human Rights and the principle of legality in international criminal law

    pp. 237-247

    EC Schlemmer

    The immunity of state-owned ships

    pp. 248-255

    Kevin Hopkins

    The International Court of Justice and the question of sovereign immunity

    pp. 256-263

    A Van der Linde, JMT Labuschagne

    Parental access to children in international human rights law

    pp. 263-272

    EC Schlemmer

    Compliance with WTO obligations : trade and the environment revisited

    pp. 272-285

    Patrick Vrancken

    The application of the Patents Act 1978 in the South African exclusive economic zone

    pp. 286-291

    JMT Labuschagne

    Diplomatic immunity : a jurisdictional or substantive law defence?

    pp. 291-295

    Neville Botha

    The post-Constitution act of state : the need for further theoretical refinement

    pp. 295-305

    Patrick Vrancken

    How foreign is the EEZ?

    pp. 305-310

    Neville Botha

    Further questions and answers on extradition in the South African context

    pp. 311-322

    Roland Henwood, Brendan Vickers

    South African foreign policy and international practice in 2002 : an analysis

    pp. 324-346

    South African yearbook of international law, 2003, Vol.28

    Author

    Title

    Page to Page

    Johan D van der Vyver

    Ius contra bellum and American foreign policy

    pp. 1-28

    C Anyangwe

    African border disputes and their settlement by international judicial process

    pp. 29-58

    Hennie Strydom

    Peace and security under the African Union

    pp. 59-81

    Andre Mbata B Mangu

    Conflict in the Democratic Republic of Congo : an international legal perspective

    pp. 82-109

    N Barney Pityana

    Hurdles and pitfalls in international human rights law : the ratification process of the protocol to the African Charter on the establishment of the African Court of Human and Peoples Rights

    pp. 110-129

    JMT Labuschagne, Michele Olivier

    Extradition, human rights and the death penalty : observations on the process of internationalisation of criminal justice values

    pp. 130-156

    Gerhard Erasmus

    The incorporation of trade agreements and rules of origin : the extent of constitutional guidance

    pp. 157-181

    Mia Swart

    To recuse or not to recuse : how independent are the judges of international criminal tribunals

    pp. 182-199

    Dire Tladi

    Strong sustainability, weak sustainability, intergenerational equity and international law : using the Earth Chapter to redirect the environmental ethics debate

    pp. 200-210

    Patrick Vrancken

    The regulation of tourism in Antarctica

    pp. 210-225

    MG Cowling

    The Iraqi war and collective security

    pp. 225-238

    Andr Mbata B Mangu

    Immunities of heads of state and government: A comment on the indictment of Liberia's president Charles Taylor by the Special Court for Sierra Leone and the reaction of the Ghanaian government

    pp. 238-245

    Max du Plessis, Shannon Bosch

    Immunities and universal jurisdiction : the World Court steps in (or on?)

    pp. 246-262

    DJ Devine

    Provisional measures ordered by the International Tribunal for the law of the sea in the area of pollution

    pp. 263-275

    EC Schlemmer

    Investors protection in ASEAN

    pp. 275-285

    PHG Vrancken

    The protection of international tourism investment

    pp. 285-292

    EC Schlemmer

    Bilateral investment treaties, protection of shareholders, and ICSID

    pp. 292-300

    DJ Devine

    Short-circuiting the right to prompt release

    pp. 300-306

    EC Schlemmer

    Anti-dumping in the WTO framework

    pp. 306-317

    Neville Botha

    Extradition again before the Constitutional Court

    pp. 318-330

    Roland Henwood, Brendan Vickers

    South African foreign policy and international practice 2003 : an analysis

    pp. 347-367

    South African yearbook of international law, 2004, Vol.29

    Author

    Title

    Page to Page

    Tiyanjana Maluwa

    The African Union, the Southern African Development Community, and the New Partnership for Africa's Development : some observations on South Africa's contribution to international law-making and institution-building in Africa, 1994-2004 : symposium

    pp. 5-23

    ME Olivier

    The International Court of Justice and the development of international law over the past ten years

    pp. 23-31

    Percy B Mosieleng

    Challenges to international law and multilateralism : the significance of developments over the last decade

    pp. 32-41

    Neville Botha, Michele Olivier

    Ten years of international law in the South African courts : reviewing the past and assessing the future

    pp. 42-77

    Hennie Strydom

    Jus ad bellum and jus in bello in the South African Constitution

    pp. 78-104

    Patrick Vrancken

    Post-apartheid South Africa and the sea : first decade legislation (1994-2003)

    pp. 105-124

    EC Schlemmer

    South Africa and the WTO ten years into democracy

    pp. 125-135

    Andre Mbata B Mangu

    What future for human and peoples' rights under the African Union, New Partnership for Africa's Development, African Peer-Review Mechanism and the African Court?

    pp. 136-163

    Dire Tladi

    Sustainable development, integration and international law and policy : sombre reflections on World Bank efforts

    pp. 164-192

    Schulze, Christian

    Free trade zones and the facilitation and globalisation of trade

    pp. 193-202

    Werner Scholtz

    A few thoughts on section 231 of the South African Constitution, Act 108 of 1996

    pp. 202-216

    Mirelle Ehrenbeck

    The GATS annex on air transport services and the aviation industry's response

    pp. 217-228

    Margaret Beukes

    The protection and preservation of cultural heritage ten years into democracy in South Africa : an international perspective

    pp. 228-243

    Neville Botha

    Teaching international law in South Africa ten years into democracy

    pp. 243-254

    EC Schlemmer

    Foreign direct investment and umbrella clauses under BITs

    pp. 255-264

    George N Barrie

    ICJ jurisdiction over the Vienna Convention on consular relations

    pp. 264-267

    EC Schlemmer

    Gambling with GATS

    pp. 268-281

    Patrick Vrancken

    Submarine telecommunication cables in the territorial sea

    pp. 282-289

    Margaret Beukes

    Southern African events of international significance - 2004

    pp. 290-303

    South African yearbook of international law, 2005, Vol.30

    Author

    Title

    Page to Page

    Andrew Michie

    The provisional application of treaties in South African law and practice

    pp. 1-32

    Mia Swart

    Legality as inhibitor : the special place of nullum crimen sine lege in the jurisprudence of international criminal tribunals

    pp. 33-49

    Michael Cowling

    The relationship between the Security Council and the General Assembly with particular reference to the ICJ Advisory Opinion in the 'Israeli Wall' case

    pp. 50-81

    Denise Prevost

    'Operationalising' special and differential treatment of developing countries under the SPS Agreement

    pp. 82-111

    Max Du Plessis

    South Africa's response to American hostility towards the International Criminal Court

    pp. 112-127

    Ed Couzens

    The incorporation of international environmental law (and multilateral environmental agreements) into South African domestic law

    pp. 128-147

    Patrick Vrancken, Eugene Van der Berg

    The South African regulation of the conveyance of munitions by sea

    pp. 147-157

    Sabelo Gumedze

    The concept of 'peoples' in the African human rights system

    pp. 157-173

    Herman B. Van Heerden

    Extradition treaties negotiated since 1994

    pp. 173-192

    Funmilola T. Abioye

    Africa's drive towards self-monitoring : Nepad's peer review mechanism

    pp. 193-204

    Elina Steinerte, Rebecca MM Wallace

    Sovereign immunity - immunity of state officials - civil liability - jus cogens

    pp. 205-211

     

    The justiciability of an investment arbitration in terms of a BIT before the English courts

    pp. 211-221

    George N. Barrie

    The alien tort statute : the US Supreme Court finally speaks

    pp. 221-227

    EC Schlemmer

    Issues in investment treaty arbitration

    pp. 227-237

    ME Olivier

    Diplomatic protection - right or privilege?

    pp. 238-252

    Margaret Beukes

    South Africa and international co-operation in criminal prosecutions

    pp. 253-264

    Patrick Vrancken

    Legal challenges of fisheries management

    pp. 264-276

    Kevin Hopkins

    Can customary international law play a meaningful role in our domestic legal order : a short case study to consider

    pp. 278-289

    Roland Henwood

    South African foreign policy and international practice - 2005 - an analysis

    pp. 290-304

    Margaret Beukes

    Southern African events of international significance - 2005

    pp. 305-322

    South African yearbook of international law, 2006, Vol.31

    Author

    Title

    Page to Page

     

    African international scholars and their contribution to the development of international law

    pp. 1-18

    James Crawford

    The ILC's Articles on Diplomatic Protection

    pp. 19-51

    MP Ferreira-Snyman, GM Ferreira

    Global good governance and good global governance

    pp. 52-94

    Hennie Strydom

    Chronicles of United Nations reform

    pp. 95-140

    Elias M Ngolele

    The content of the doctrine of self-execution and its limited effect in South African law

    pp. 141-172

    JGS De Wet

    Highlights from the office of the Chief State Law Adviser (international law)

    pp. 173-178

    Michele Olivier

    Compliance with reporting obligations under international law : where does South Africa stand?

    pp. 179-195

    Martin Kunschak

    The African Union and the right to intervention : is there a need for UN Security Council authorisation?

    pp. 195-208

    Mirelle Ehrenbeck

    The United Nations Human Rights Council : establishment and first steps

    pp. 209-223

    Christo Botha

    If you can't be with the one you love, love the one you're with : a critical analysis of the latest South African anti-mercenary legislation

    pp. 224-231

    Dire Tladi

    Reflections on the rule of law in international law : the Security Council, international law and the limits of power

    pp. 231-243

    Stephen Pete, Max Du Plessis

    International law and reparations for the Atlantic Slave Trade : a case study in legal obfuscation

    pp. 243-262

    Rebecca M M Wallace

    Refugee law - particular social group - family as particular social group - membership thereof - female genital mutilation

    pp. 263-272

    Margaret Beukes

    The recognition of a right of access to government-held information by an international tribunal and the role of non-governmental organisations in the occasion

    pp. 273-286

    GN Barrie

    Reaction of USA courts to the ICJ Avena judgment

    pp. 287-293

    Neville Botha

    Functionaries and functions in extradition proceedings

    pp. 295-315

    Margaret Beukes

    Southern African events of international significance - 2005

    pp. 316-338

    South African yearbook of international law, 2007, Vol.32

    Author

    Title

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    Andre Mbata B Mangu

    The African peer-review mechanism and the promotion of democracy and good political governance in Africa

    pp. 2-24

    K G Balakrishnan

    Good governance in international law : an Indian perspective

    pp. 25-38

    Michele E. Olivier

    International and regional requirements for good governance and the rule of law

    pp. 39-52

    John King Gamble, Lauren Piera

    Good governance, non-state actors and international law : a cautionary note

    pp. 53-65

    Diego Quiroz

    Expanding international law to non-state actors (The corporation)

    pp. 66-84

    Andre Thomashausen

    The 'war on terror' in Africa in international law and state practice

    pp. 85-106

    Charlotte Ku

    Strengthening international law's capacity to govern through multilayered strategic partnerships

    pp. 107-123

    Hennie Strydom

    Will the Cotonou agreement succeed where Lome I - IV have failed?

    pp. 124-140

    Natalie Klein

    Non-state actors in inter-state litigation : beneficiaries or blameworthy?

    pp. 141-157

    Evadne Grant

    Accountability for human rights abuses : taking the universality, indivisibility, interdependence and interrelatedness of human rights seriously

    pp. 158-179

    Rebecca M M Wallace

    Non-state actors in the context of refugee determination processes, with particular reference to the position of women

    pp. 180-207

    Greg Marks

    Governance and indigenous minorities in Australia

    pp. 208-221

    Coenraad Visser

    International intellectual property norm setting : democratising the World Intellectual Property Organization?

    pp. 222-232

    Mahulena Hofmann

    Environmental criteria as condition for space activities of non-state entities?

    pp. 233-246

    Werner Scholtz

    Northern NGOs, southern NGOs and international environmental law : the common interest of humankind is the interest of northern mankind!

    pp. 247-260

    Dejo Olowu

    Environmental governance and the accountability of non-state actors in Africa : a rights-based approach

    pp. 261-282

    Duncan French

    Managing global change for sustainable development : technology, community and multilateral environmental agreements

    pp. 283-290

    Rainer Hofmann

    Reparation for victims of war and non-state actors?

    pp. 291-311

    M G Cowling

    Outsourcing and the military : implications for international humanitarian law

    pp. 312-344

    Natalia Szablewska

    Non-state actors and human rights in non-international armed conflicts

    pp. 345-360

    Susana Camargo Vieira

    Brazil-South Africa : South-south cooperation for sustainable development

    pp. 361-375

    Tana Pistorius

    The impact of intellectual property law and policy on sustainable development

    pp. 376-395

    Dire Tladi

    Corporates and the flexible mechanisms in the climate change regime : the privatisation of sustainable development?

    pp. 396-405

    Irene-marie Esser

    A global perspective on African corporate governance : the protection of stakeholders' interests

    pp. 406-429

    Annelize Nienaber

    The accountability of states for human rights abuses by non-state actors during preventive HIV vaccine efficacy trials in Africa

    pp. 430-447

    Math Noortmann

    Women and the United Nations : who makes who matter?

    pp. 448-454

    Christina Knahr

    The role of non-state actors in international investment arbitration

    pp. 455-470

    JGS De Wet

    Highlights from the office of the Chief State Law Adviser (international law)

    pp. 471-484

    Patrick Vrancken

    Child trafficking and article 4 of the European Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms

    pp. 485-493

    EC Schlemmer

    Sovereign reliance on a state of necessity : always an acceptable defence?

    pp. 493-510

    Margaret Beukes

    The Refugees Act : disparity between the judiciary's management of South Africa's legal obligations towards refugees and that of the public servants entrusted with dealing with their affairs

    pp. 511-524

    Margaret Beukes

    Southern African events of international significance - 2006

    pp. 525-538

    M Jacobs

    Treaties : treaties and literature

    pp. 539-543

    South African yearbook of international law, 2008, Vol.33

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    Title

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    Denise Prevost

    Private sector food-safety standards and the SPS Agreement : challenges and possibilities

    pp. 1-37

    Anna Kirk

    Corporations and human rights : two key developments

    pp. 38-61

    Lorenzo Cotula

    International law and negotiating power in foreign investment projects : comparing property rights protection under human rights and investment law in Africa

    pp. 62-112

    Werner Scholtz

    Different countries, one environment : a critical Southern discourse on the common but differentiated responsibilities principle

    pp. 113-136

    JGS De Wet

    Highlights from the Office of the Chief State Law Adviser (International law)

    pp. 137-146

    Gerrit Ferreira, Anel Ferreira-Snyman

    The constitutionalisation of public international law and the creation of an international rule of law : taking stock

    pp. 147-167

    Dire Tladi

    South African lawyers, values and new vision of international law : the road to perdition is paved with the pursuit of laudable goals

    pp. 167-184

    Michele Olivier, Funmi Abioye

    International environmental law : assessing compliance and enforcement under South African and international law

    pp. 184-216

    Max Du Plessis, Shannon Bosch

    Casting Lead and breaking rules : some reflections on the legality of Israel's recent attacks on Gaza

    pp. 217-227

    Margaret Beukes

    Zimbabwe in the dock : the Southern Africa Development Community (SADC) Tribunal's first decision

    pp. 228-243

    Michele Olivier, Marelie Maritz

    The brothers Chitayev in trouble : human rights abuses in Chechnya

    pp. 243-252

    Neville Botha

    Extradition, self-execution and the South African Constitution : a non-event?

    pp. 253-266

    Max Du Plessis

    A Chinese vessel in Durban with weapons destined for Zimbabwe

    pp. 267-278

    Margaret Beukes

    Southern African events of international significance - 2007

    pp. 279-299

    M Jacobs

    Treaties : treaties and literature

    pp. 300-304

    South African yearbook of international law, 2009, Vol.34

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    Max Du Plessis, Christopher Gevers

    Making amend(ment)s : South Africa and the International Criminal Court from 2009 to 2010

    pp. 1-27

    Nidal Nabil Jurdi

    Some lessons on complementarity for the International Criminal Court Review Conference

    pp. 28-56

    Dire Tladi

    The African Union and the International Criminal Court : the battle for the soul of international law

    pp. 57-69

    Shannon Bosch

    Journalists : shielded from the dangers of war in their pursuit of the truth?

    pp. 70-100

    Hennie Strydom

    The responsibility of international organisations for conduct arising out of armed conflict situations

    pp. 101-131

    Christa Rautenbach, Anel Du Plessis

    Fragmentation : friend or foe in the effective implementation of the Cultural Diversity Convention in South Africa?

    pp. 132-158

    JGS De Wet

    Highlights from the Office of the Chief State Law Adviser (International Law)

    pp. 159-168

    Max Du Plessis

    Seeking an advisory opinion on Israel's apartheid and colonial practices in the Occupied Palestinian Territories

    pp. 169-183

    EC Schlemmer

    Agreement between the Governments of South Africa and Zimbabwe for the Reciprocal Protection of Investments : a BIT too late - if at all?

    pp. 183-200

    David Abrahams, Ashley C Moorhouse

    The Iranian uranium enrichment programme : establishing whether the United States of America has the right to use pre-emptive self-defence against Iran

    pp. 200-222

    George N. Barrie

    Status of treaties entered into with indigenous peoples predating modern state practice

    pp. 223-232

    Michele Olivier

    An overview of cases before British courts during 2008-2009

    pp. 233-243

    Nazreen Shaik-Peremanov

    The Special Court of Sierre Leone's last judgmen

    pp. 243-252

    Neville Botha

    Rewriting the Constitution : the 'strange alchemy' of Justice Sachs, indeed!

    pp. 253-267

    Yolanda Spies

    Trends and developments in South African foreign policy : 2009

    pp. 268-288

    Margaret Beukes

    Southern African events of international significance - 2008

    pp. 289-303

    Rika Van der Walt

    Treaties : treaties and literature

    pp. 304-309

    South African yearbook of international law, 2010, Vol.35

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    Charles Riziki Majinge

    The progressive development of the laws of the African Union : examining the potential contribution of the African Union Commission on International Law

    pp. 1-35

    Werner Scholtz

    The day after no tomorrow? Persons displaced environmentally through climate change : AU law to the rescue?

    pp. 36-55

    Shannon Bosch

    Relief workers : the hazards of offering humanitarian assistance in the theatre of war

    pp. 56-79

    Dire Tladi

    Kampala, the International Criminal Court and the adoption of a definition of the crime aggression : a dream deferred

    pp. 80-96

    Hennie Strydom

    Prohibited weapons and the means and methods of warfare in the Rome statute

    pp. 97-110

    Abadir M Ibrahim

    The African Commission on Human and Peoples' Rights and human rights education : much buzzing, still no honey?

    pp. 111-132

    JGS De Wet

    Highlights from the office of the Chief State Law Adviser (International Law)

    pp. 133-147

    Roshana Kelbrick

    The Counterfeit Goods Act and its international equivalents

    pp. 148-163

    Christopher Gevers, Max Du Plessis

    Another stormy year for the International Criminal Court and its work in Africa

    pp. 163-180

    George Barrie

    Moving towards universal jurisdiction? United States Courts and the Alien Tort Statute

    pp. 180-198

    Andre Stemmet

    International law in action : the Office of the Chief State Law Adviser (International Law) at the Department of International Relations and Cooperation

    pp. 199-215

    Margaret Beukes

    The recognition of 'indigenous peoples' and their rights as 'a people' : an African first

    pp. 216-239

    GN Barrie

    Conferring habeas corpus on enemy aliens detained abroad in the course of an ongoing war

    pp. 239-248

    Nazreen Shaik-Peremanov

    First Review Judgment of the ICTY Appeals Chamber

    pp. 248-264

    Max Du Plessis, Malebakeng Forere

    Enforcing the SADC tribunal's decisions in South Africa : immunity

    pp. 265-269

    Neville Botha

    The broader influence of the International Covenant for the Protection of Civil and Political Rights in South African municipal law : do we need incorporation?

    pp. 270-277

    Yolanda Spies

    South Africa's foreign policy : 2010 overview

    pp. 278-303

    Margaret Beukes

    Southern African events of international significance - 2009

    pp. 304-323

    Rika Van der Walt

    Treaties : treaties and literature

    pp. 324-334

    South African yearbook of international law, 2011, Vol.36

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    Miguel Galvao Teles

    State succession and treaty survival between the predecessor state and the other state party

    pp. 1-36

    Arpita Gupta

    Constitutional pluralism, a recent trend in international constitutional law : European origins and the third world concerns

    pp. 37-60

    Annet Wanyana Oguttu

    Developing South Africa as a gateway for foreign investment in Africa : a critique of South Africa's headquarter company regime

    pp. 61-93

    Arnold N Pronto

    An introduction to the articles on the responsibility of international organisations

    pp. 94-119

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    JGS De Wet

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    Werner Scholtz

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    pp. 201-208

    Babatunde Fagbayibo

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    Gus Waschefort

    The pseudo legal personality of non-state armed groups in international law

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    Arnold N Pronto

    The work of the Sixth Committee of the United Nations General Assembly in 2011

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    EC Schlemmer

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    Michele Olivier, Neville Botha

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