Volume 03 No 09
3 German Law Journal No. 9 (2002)
DOES GERMAN LAW STILL MATTER? A Few Remarks about the Relevance of Foreign Law in General and German Law in Particular in South African Legal Development with Regard to the Issue of Constructive Expropriation
ESSAY: Postnationalism, (Dis)organised civil society and Democracy in the European Union: Is Constitutionalism Part of the Solution or Part of the Problem?
International Law, Democratic Governance and September the 11th
Is it ‘grossly unfair’ if a husband has to pay maintenance to his separated wife who has a close relationship with a homosexual man? (Judgment of the Federal Court of Justice of 20 March 2002)
Protego et obligo. Afghanistan and the paradox of sovereignty
Michael Bothe & Andreas Fischer-Lescano
Review: Ken Booth & Tim Dunne, Worlds in Collision: Terror and the Future of Global Order
Navraj Singh Ghaleigh
Rogue States – State Sponsors of Terrorism?
Security versus Liberty: Striking the Right Balance. A Comparison of Anti-Terror Provisions in India and the United States
The culture of constitution-making? “Listening” at the Convention on the Future of Europe
The Right of Self-Defence and The “War on Terrorism” One Year after September 11
What judicial treatment for the Guantanamo detainees?