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BIBLIOGRAPHIE / BIBLIOGRAPHY RECHT UND ENTWICKLUNG ALLGEMEIN / LAW AND DEVELOPMENT IN GENERAL Barry, Colin M.; Chad Clay, K.; Flynn, Michael: Avoiding the spotlight: human rights shaming and foreign direct investment / Colin M. Barry; K. Chad Clay; Michael E. Flynn. – In: International Studies Quarterly (Malden/Mass.), 57 (September 2013) 3. S. 532-544, graph. Darst., Tab., Lit. S. 543-544 The impact and effectiveness of transparency and accountability initiatives/ guest ed. by John Gaventa.... – In: Development Policy Review (Oxford), 31 (July 2013) Suppl. 1, Theme Issue. S.s3s124, graph. Darst., Tab., Lit. Hinw. AFRIKA /AFRICA Atta-Asamoah, Andrews: Long walk to restoration: lessons from Somalia's transition process / Andrews Atta-Asamoah. – Pretoria: Institute for Security Studies, 2013 – 10S., graph. Darst., Lit. Hinw. (ISS Situation Report) Bouhdiba, Sofiane: Will sub-Saharan Africa follow North Africa?: Backgrounds and preconditions of popular revolt in the light of the "Arab Spring" / Sofiane Bouhdiba. – Leiden: African Studies Centre, 2013 – 30S., graph. Darst., Tab., Lit., Lit. Hinw. Buntzel, Rudolf; Topor, Wollor E.: Large-scale land acquisitions in Liberia: case studies and some legal aspects on the palm oil sector / authors Rudolf Buntzel; Wollor E. Topor. Editing Jörg Jenrich. – Berlin: Bread for the World, 2013 – 62S., Ill., Lit. S. 59-61 – (Analysis / Brot für die Welt; 39) (Land Grabbing Case Studies) Burgess, Stephen: A lost cause recouped: peace enforcement and state-building in Somalia / Stephen Burgess. – In: Contemporary Security Policy (Philadelphia/Pa.), 34 (August 2013) 2. S. 302-323 Cavanagh, Edward: Land rights that come with cut-off dates: a comparative reflection on restitution, aboriginal title, and historical injustice / Edward Cavanagh. – In: South African Journal on Human Rights (Lansdowne), 28 (Part 3) 2012. S. 437-457, Lit. Hinw. Du Toit, Louise: From consent to coercive circumstances: rape law reform on trial / Louise Du Toit. – In: South African Journal on Human Rights (Lansdowne), 28 (Part 3) 2012. S. 380-404, Lit. Hinw. Ellett, Rachel L.: Pathways to judicial power in transitional states: perspectives from African courts / Rachel L. Ellett. – Abingdon...: Routledge, 2013 – 239S., graph. Darst., Lit. S. 210-222, Lit. Hinw. ISBN 978-0-203-53916-3; 978-0-415-69390-5 Hansungule, Michelo: The suspension of the SADC Tribunal / Michelo Hansungule. – In: Strategic Review for Southern Africa (Pretoria), 35 (June 2013) 1. S. 135-145 Heyl, Charlotte; Leininger, Julia: Mali 1992-2012: Erfolge und Schwächen einer jungen Demokratie / Charlotte Heyl und Julia Leininger. – In: Mali / hrsg. von Martin Hofbauer... Paderborn...: Schöningh, 2013 (Wegweiser zur Geschichte). S. 73-83, Ill., Tab. ISBN 978-3-506-77884-0 131 Kappel, Robert: Südafrika: die Krisensymptome verstärken sich / Robert Kappel. – Hamburg: Institute of African Affairs, 2013 – 7S., Lit., Lit. Hinw. – (GIGA Focus Afrika; (2013) 7) Kenene, Tamene: Exploring Gumaa as an indispensable psycho-social method of conflict resolution and justice administration / Tamene Keneni. – In: African Journal on Conflict Resolution (Durban), 13 (2013) 1. S. 37-58, Lit., Lit. Hinw. Kepe, Thembela: Land and justice in South Africa: exploring the ambiguous role of the state in the land claims process / Thembela Kepe. – In: African and Asian Studies (Leiden), 11 (2012) 4. S. 391-409, Lit. 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Hinw. – (GIGA Working Papers; No. 239) (GIGA Research: Legitimacy and efficiency of Political Systems) Taylor, David: Truth under the avocado trees: local needs and Burundi's TRC; whither the truth? / David Taylor. – In: Journal of Eastern African Studies (Nairobi), 7 (August 2013) 3. S. 450-470, Lit. S. 468-470, Lit. Hinw. S. 466-468 Worlds of human rights: the ambiguities of rights claiming in Africa / ed. by Bill Derman.... – Leiden...: Brill, 2013 – XIII,338S., Lit. Hinw. – (Afrika-Studiecentrum Series; Vol. 26) ISBN 978-90-04-24647-8; 978-90-04-25013-0 Zähringer, Natalie: Norm evolution within and across the African Union and the United Nations: the Responsibility to Protect (R2P) as a contested norm / Natalie Zähringer. – In: The South African Journal of International Affairs (Braamfontein), 20 (August 2013) 2. S.[187]-205, Lit. S. 201-205 132 Verfassung und Recht in Übersee VRÜ 47 (2014) Zanzibar: the development of the constitution/ ed. by Chris Maina Peter... 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