The African Journal of International and Comparative Law re-started publication with EUP in 2005, with the approval of the African Society of International and Comparative Law. The eminent Editorial Board continues as previously, with members from international institutions in Geneva and from universities in Africa, the UK and the US. The journal continues its tradition of providing invaluable refereed material in both international and comparative law on a pan-African basis. It includes articles on public or private international law, either in English or French, as well as a section on recent developments relevant to the continent.
Articles Constitutional Incorporation of the (Collective) Freedom to Govern Mineral Wealth: Comparing the Democratic Republic of the Congo and the Republic of Zambia Alexandra Carleton
‘Regional Trade Courts’ in the Shadow of the WTO Dispute Settlement System: The Paradox of Two Courts Yenkong Ngangjoh-Hodu
Counter-Terrorism Framework and Individual Liberties in Ghana Samuel Boadi Adarkwah
Preventive Debt Restructuring and the Nigerian Draft Insolvency Legislation: Lessons from a Comparative Perspective Sanford U. Mba
A Critical Assessment of the Enforcement Regime for Combatting Money Laundering in Nigeria Nelson E. Ojukwu-Ogba and Patrick C. Osode
Concealment of Illegally Obtained Assets in Nigeria: Revisiting the Role of the Churches in Money Laundering Kato Gogo Kingston
Could the Non-domestication of Nigerian Treaties Affect International Energy Investment Attraction into the Country? Chinenyendo Nriezedi-Anejionu