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Sources of International Law
Any scholarly work on international law would be incomplete without an overview of the sources of this important body of law regulating the conduct of states and other subjects of international law.Expand
Governmental corruption in Africa: Sierra Leone as a case study
This paper examines the definition and context of official corruption in the emerging African nation of Sierra Leone. Historical, legal and sociological studies of the development of Sierra Leone andExpand
Prerequisites for Economic Integration in Africa: An Analysis of the Abuja Treaty
The Treaty Establishing the African Economic Community was signed on 3 June 1991, in Abuja, Nigeria, by 51 heads of state and government of the member states of the Organization of African UnityExpand
Universal Criminal Jurisdiction: Law and Practice in Sierra Leone
Universal jurisdiction is one of international law’s core concepts. Its value as a juridical weapon has been recently demonstrated by the historic achievement of the West African State of SierraExpand
Jurisdiction: Nature, Scope, Dimensions, and Complexities
It is worth reiterating that the focus of this study is twofold. The first is to articulate the extent, if any, to which the West African State of Sierra Leone is fulfilling its internationalExpand
The Criminal Law of Sierra Leone