African Yearbook of International Law 2002 Annuaire Africain by Abdulqawi Yusuf
By Abdulqawi Yusuf
The African Yearbook of foreign legislation presents an highbrow discussion board for the systematic research and medical dissection of problems with overseas legislation as they observe to Africa, in addition to Africa’s contribution to the innovative improvement of overseas legislations. It contributes to the advertising, popularity of and recognize for the foundations of foreign legislations, in addition to to the encouragement of the instructing, research, dissemination and wider appreciation of foreign legislation in Africa. a transparent articulation of Africa’s perspectives at the a variety of features of foreign legislation in line with the current realities of the continent in addition to on Africa’s civilization, tradition, philosophy and background will definitely give a contribution to a greater realizing between countries. The African Yearbook of foreign legislation performs a huge function in studying the tensions underlying the nation in Africa, and through laying off extra mild at the reasons of the fragility of African nation associations with the intention to facilitate the id of applicable treatments. the strain and interrelationships between matters similar to territorial integrity, self decision, ethnic range and nation-building are continually addressed. improvement, human rights and democratization in Africa also are topic of continuing recognition and exam.
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Cameroon case, supra note 2, at para. 222. Cameroon case, supra note 2, at para. 65. , p. 137 (18 December) [hereinafter Fisheries case] (in which the Court referred to certain maritime delimitation decrees promulgated by Norway almost a century earlier which had been adopted and applied for decades without any opposition. The Court said of these decrees that they represented “a well-defined and uniform system… which would reap the benefit of general toleration, the basis of an historical consolidation which would make it enforceable as against all States”, id.
Labels are never a substitute for analysis,” I. BROWNLIE, supra note 10, at p. 129. Koroma, Diss. , supra note 70, at para. 26. , p. 12 (where the ICJ could not countenance the claims of Mauritania and Morocco to the Western Sahara. The question was asked as to whether the territory in question had been terra nullius at the time of colonization. The ICJ found evidence of allegiance of some tribes to the Sultan of Morocco and others to Mauritania, although they had no ties with a territorial sovereign for neither Morocco nor Mauritania was a State in international law at the time that Spain occupied the territory).
At para. 258. , at para. 263. See Vienna Convention on the Law of Treaties, adopted 22 May 1969, in force 27 January 1980; UNTS 331, p. 1155; ILM 8 (1969), p. 679; AJIL 63 (1969), p. ]. Nigeria and Cameroon ratified the Convention in 1969 and 1991 respectively. Id. Art. 46(1). In approving this provision during its drafting process, the International Law Commission stated that “the decision of international tribunals and State practice, if they are not conclusive, appear to support” this type of solution, Yearbook of the International Law Commission 2 (1966), pp.