The latest issue of the African Journal of International and Comparative Law (Vol. 25, no. 1, February 2017) is out. Contents include:
- Tomasz P. Milej, Striking the Right Balance Between the Interests of the Foreign Investors and the Host State – A Case Study of the Tanzania-Germany BIT 50 Years After Its Conclusion
- Nelson Ojukwu-Ogba, In Search of Financial Stability in Nigeria: From Legislation to Effective Regulation of Banks
- Tapiwa V. Warikandwa & Patrick C. Osode, Exploring the World Trade Organisation’s Trade and Environment/Public Health Jurisprudence as a Model for Incorporating a Trade–Labour Linkage into the Organisation’s Multilateral Trade Regime: Should African Countries Accept a Policy Shift?
- Charles Manga Fombad, Designing Institutions and Mechanisms for the Implementation and Enforcement of the Constitution: Changing Perspectives in Africa
- Nana Tawiah Okyir, Toward a Progressive Realisation of Socio-economic Rights in Ghana: A Socio-legal Analysis
- Rofiah O. Sarumi & Ann E. Strode, Using International Law to Protect Children Affected by HIV/AIDS in South Africa – An Audit of HIV/AIDS-Specific International Standards Relevant to Children Affected by HIV/AIDS