Category: International Law

International Trade And Investment Relations After The Pandemic: Africa Rising?

African Centre on Law and Ethics -GIMPA- June 10, 2020

On Wednesday, 27th May 2020, Dr. Alex Ansong, Senior Lecturer and Head of Public Law Department at the GIMPA Faculty of Law, delivered via Zoom, ... Read More

Regional Governance In The Wake Of Covid-19 And Prospects For The Future

African Centre on Law and Ethics -GIMPA- May 21, 2020

On Wednesday 13th May 2020, Mr. Edmund A. Foley, the Director of Programs at the Institute of Human Rights and Development in Africa (IHRDA) located ... Read More

Does South Africa Bear any International Responsibility for the Xenophobic Attacks by its Citizens on other African Nationals?

Christopher Nyinevi- September 9, 2019

The Law of State Responsibility is the branch of Public International Law that regulates the determination of the legal liability of a state for internationally ... Read More

Five Years On: A Requiem for the Ex parte Attorney-General, NML Capital Ltd 1st Interested Party Decision

Mawuse Oliver Barker-Vormawor- June 20, 2018

Five years ago today, the Supreme Court of Ghana handed down its decision in the now almost obscure The Republic v High Court (Commercial Division), ... Read More