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- Blue Ibex Ltd. 2007; US$ 140.00
Legal harmonization is an essential step to encouraging foreign investment in Africa and the development of sustainable pan-African trade. Now in a fully updated 2nd edition, Business Law in Africa explains the new system of law, now being developed and promoted by the Organization for the Harmonization of Business Law in Africa. OHADA's essential... more...
- Taylor and Francis 2009; US$ 138.00
Customary Law in the Modern World is the study of a coherent and well-established legal system, which is now operating in the context of a modern nation-state and therefore poised between remaining relevant and the threat of marginalization. Focusing on Sudan, the author places customary law in its historical and cultural context, analyzing... more...
- International Development Research Centre 2009; US$ 40.00
The continent of Africa is rich in minerals needed by Western economies. Yet the mining industry contributes very little to African development. Investigating the impact of the 2003 Extractive Industries Review on a number of African countries, the contributors find that a key dimension of the problem lies in the regulatory frameworks imposed on African... more...
- BRILL 2007; US$ 282.00
Judge Laity Kama, the first president of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda, was a Senegalese Judge, and a Human Rights experts within the United Nations. This collection of essays on international criminal law and human rights is published to honour him. more...
- World Bank Publications 2009; US$ 9.99
The performance of tertiary institutions is heavily influenced by their governance arrangements, management structures, accountability mechanisms, and the regulatory environments in which they operate. Institutional performance can be enhanced or diminished by the legal frameworks that condition institutional capabilities to respond, adapt and maintain... more...
- University Press of America 2009; US$ 49.99
This book advances Frantz Fanon's two-revolutionary theory of decolonization and analyzes the changes in law during the pre-colonial, colonial, and post-colonial eras. The author argues that Fanon's model of colonial oppression and its categories of maintenance needs are predictive of the evolution from pre-colonial to post-colonial society in Africa. more...
- ABC-CLIO 2008; US$ 105.00
More and more, the descendants of indigenous victims of genocide, land expropriation, forced labor, and other systematic human rights violations committed by colonial powers are seeking reparations under international law from the modern successor governments and corporations. As the number of colonial reparations cases increases, courts around the... more...
- Cambridge University Press 2010; US$ 45.00
Phil Clark explores the impact of the Gacaca community courts, the centrepiece of Rwanda's justice and reconciliation programme. more...
- Boydell & Brewer 2009; US$ 29.95
How was an autocratic emperor replaced by a totalitarian dictator? An unexpected popular upsurge in February 1974 made the ancien regime of Emperor Haile Selassie buckle. The Derg, a group of army officers led by an obscure and ruthless major Mengistu Hai more...
- OUP Oxford 2009; US$ 24.99
From a young age Albie Sachs played a prominent part in the struggle for justice in South Africa. As a result he was detained in solitary confinement, tortured by sleep deprivation and eventually blown up by a car bomb which cost him his right arm and the sight of an eye. His experiences provoked an outpouring of creative thought on the role of law... more...