Post-Colonial Public Law: Are Current Legal Establishments Democratically Illegitimate?
Post-Colonial Public Law: Are Current LegalEstablishments Democratically Illegitimate? Originally published by the African Journal of Legal Studies, 3(1), 2012, Pp. 21-43. [My time serving as an intern at the International Labour Organization in Geneva, Switzerland is directly responsible for this essay. It was there, learning from diplomats and delegates, furiously scribbling notes from assemblies and […]
Establishing Indigeneity in African Pluralities using PRO169 Parameters and a Case Study for Measuring their Inclusivity
Establishing Indigeneity in African Pluralities usingPRO169 Parameters and a Case Study for Measuring their Inclusivity Originally published by African and Asian Studies, 10(4), 2011, Pp. 323-346. [PRO169. Code from the International Labour Organization where I once interned (back in 2009, Geneva). I think I liked getting into a suit and taking careful (well, I hoped) […]
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