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Erika de Wet

South Africa
Institute for International and Comparative Law in Africa
University of Pretoria
  • 2013 Second Semester
  • 2015 First Semester

Involved in these STIAS projects

The research examines how the criteria for permissible military intervention by invitation as developed in international law doctrine are currently implemented by States, as well as how this impacts the...
The general focus is on examining critical issues affecting the promotion of constitutionalism in Africa from a comparative perspective. It will examine issues considered to be particularly problematic...

Related publications

Journal Article

Erika de Wet. 2014. The case of Government of the Republic of Zimbabwe v Louis Karel Fick and Others: a first step towards developing a doctrine on the status of international judgments within the domestic legal order. Potchefstroom Electronic Law Journal (PER), 17 (1), 554-565

Journal Article

De Wet, Erika. 2015. The Modern Practice of Intervention by Invitation in Africa and Its Implications for the Prohibition of the Use of Force. European Journal of International Law, 26(4), 979–998 [published in 2016, ISI].

Book/Book Chapter

De Wet, Erika. 2015. The Reception of International Law in the South African Legal Order: An Introduction. In The Implementation of International Law in Germany and South Africa, edited by Erika De Wet, Holger Hestermeyer, and Rüdiger Wolfrum, 23–50. Pretoria: Pretoria University Law Press.

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