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When Elephants Collide it is the Grass that Suffers: Cooperation and the Security Council in the Context of AU/ICC Dynamics

(2014) 7 African Journal of Legal Studies 381
This articles explores the tense the triangular relationships between the African Union, the International Criminal Court and the Security in the light of […]

Challenges and Opportunities in the Implementation of the Supplementary Protocol: Reinterpretation and Re-imagination

in Akiho Shibata (Ed) International Liability Regime for Biodiversity Damage (2014)
In this chapter in Akiho Shibata’s book on the Kuala Lumpur Supplementary Protocol, Tladi advances different ways that, through implementation […]

State Practice and the Making and (Re)Making of International Law: The Case of the Legal Rules Relating to Marine Biodiversity in Areas Beyond National Jurisdiction

(2014) 1 Journal of State Practice and International Law 97
This article explores the various ways that practice can be used in the making of international law. It does […]

The Nonconsenting Innocent State: The Problem With Bethlehem’s Principle 12

(2013) 107 American Journal of International Law 570
There has, in recent years, been a body of scholarly work which asserting that a State has the right to use force in […]