2. Africa and International Law after the Cold War
3. Africa and the International Criminal Court
4. Conflict in East Africa
5. Democracy in West Africa
6. Land in Southern Africa
7. Conclusion: Back to the Future of International Law?
Peter Brett is a lecturer in African politics at Queen Mary, University of London. He has previously taught at SOAS, the American International University in London and the University of Paris (Pantheon-Sorbonne). Line Engbo Gissel is an assistant professor at Roskilde University, where she teaches global studies, global governance and human rights. She has previously taught at Gulu University in Uganda.