African Yearbook of International Law (African Yearbook of by Abdulqawi Yusuf

By Abdulqawi Yusuf

The African Yearbook of overseas Law offers an highbrow discussion board for the systematic research and clinical dissection of problems with foreign legislations as they observe to Africa, in addition to Africa's contribution to the innovative improvement of foreign legislation. It contributes to the merchandising, recognition of and appreciate for the foundations of overseas legislation, in addition to to the encouragement of the educating, learn, dissemination and wider appreciation of foreign legislation in Africa. a transparent articulation of Africa's perspectives at the numerous facets of overseas legislation in keeping with the current realities of the continent in addition to on Africa's civilization, tradition, philosophy and background will unquestionably give a contribution to a greater realizing between international locations. The African Yearbook of overseas Law performs a big position in interpreting the tensions underlying the kingdom in Africa, and via laying off extra mild at the reasons of the fragility of African nation associations so one can facilitate the identity of applicable treatments. the strain and interrelationships between concerns corresponding to territorial integrity, self decision, ethnic variety and nation-building are consistently addressed. improvement, human rights and democratization in Africa also are topic of constant awareness and exam. The exact subject of this quantity is The African Union.

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See ICJ Press Communiqué 99/37, supra note 34. See ICJ Statute, supra note 30, Art. 41(1). Cf. ICJ Rules, supra note 36, Art. 74(1) (providing that “[a] request for the indication of provisional measures shall have priority over all other cases”). On interim measures, see K. OELLERS-FRAHM, “Interim Measures of Protection”, in R. ), Encyclopadia of Public International Law, 2000, II, p. 1027; and generally R. ), Interim Measures Indicated by International Courts, 1994, p. 69. -J. SCHLOCHAUER, “International Court of Justice”, in R.

18. See ICJ Rules, supra note 36, Art. 85, para. 1. , p. 135, para. 101. 26 Nsongurua J. 63 This means that the intervenor is not permitted, for example, to put in the full written pleadings that a party has a right to do, though it could make “observations” that are limited to the affected interests that are the subject of the intervention. 65 C. , p. 136, para. 102. Id. at para. 103. See R. JENNINGS, “The International Court of Justice After Fifty Years”, AJIL 89 (1995), p. 500. , Judges Keba Mbaye and Bola Ajibola.

90 According to the Court: The jurisdiction of the Court is founded on the consent of the parties. The Court cannot therefore decide upon legal rights of third States not parties to the proceedings. In the present case there are States other than the parties to these proceedings whose rights might be affected, namely Equatorial Guinea and Sao Tome and Principe. Those rights cannot be determined by decision of the Court unless Equatorial Guinea and Sao Tome and Principe have become parties to the proceedings.

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