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Mapping New Boundaries in International Law
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This book is the second in a series which addresses practical issues relating to contracting under the Cape Town Convention.
Makau Mutua, Dean, SUNY Distinguished Professor, State University of New York Buffalo Law School 'The multiple-author analysis of the varied contemporary results provides fascinating reading for one who seeks a better appreciation of the importance of this continent to the future of mankind. This vividly-written and well-edited collection is fully supported by references that make it a veritable encyclopaedia of information on the evolution of International Law on the African continent.' American Society of International Law newsletter, Issue 39, May 2009.
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Introduction-Africa: A Maker of International Law Jeremy I Levitt
Part I: Human Rights, Intervention and Armed Conflict
1. Women's Rights and Africa's Evolving Landscape: The Women's Protocol of the Banjul Charter Adrien Katherine Wing
2. Customary African Approaches to the Development of International Criminal Law Pacifique Manirakiza
3. Africa's Internally Displaced and the Development of International Norms: Standards versus Implementation Francis M Deng
4. Pro-democratic Intervention in Africa Jeremy I Levitt
5. Humanitarian Warfare: Towards an African Appreciation Dino Kritsiotis
Part II: Governance, Sovereignty and Development
6. African Constitutionalism: Forging New Models for Multi-ethnic Governance and Self-determination J Peter Pham
7. Pioneering Models for International Project Finance and Criminal Adjudication through Shared Sovereignty Emeka Duruigbo
8. Redrawing the Map: Lessons of Post-colonial Boundary Dispute Resolution in Africa Joel H Samuels
9. NEPAD and the Rebirth of Development Theory and Praxis Maxwell O Chibundu