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Stevens P, and Lubaale EC. 2016. Revisiting the historical context surrounding the development of the ultimate-issue rule to inform its future in South African Law of evidence. In Fundamina, 22(1), pp 94-117.
Stevens P. 2016. Recent Developments in Sexual O ences against Children - A Constitutional Perspective. In Potchefstroomse elektroniese regsblad/Potchefstroom electronic law journal, 19, pp 1-30.
Stevens P. 2016. The Role of Impulse Control disorders in Assessing Criminal Responsibility: Medico-Legal Perspectives from South Africa. In Psychiatry Psychology and Law, 23(3), pp 413-429.
Stevens P. 2016. General principles and speci c o ences Not approved awaiting feedback. In South African Journal of Criminal Justice, 29(2), pp 173-182.
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Tladi DD. 2016. Interpretation and international law in South African courts: The Supreme Court of Appeal and the Al Bashir saga. In African human rights law journal, 16(2), pp 310-338.
Tladi DD. 2015. Immunity in the Era of “Criminalisation”: The African Union, the ICC, and International Law. In Japanese yearbook of international law, 58, pp 17-44.
de Wet E. 2016. (Implicit) judicial favoring of human rights over United Nations Security Council sanctions: a manifestation of international constitutionalism? In Constitutionalism Across Borders in the Struggle Against Terrorism. Edward Elgar Publishing.
de Wet E. 2016. Human Rights and the Rule of Law as Applicable to the UNSC: Implications for the Right to a Fair Hearing. In The Rule of Law and Its Application to the United Nations. Nomos Verlagsgesellschaft.
de Wet E. 2016. Judicial challenges to the Security Council’s use of sanctions. In Strengthening the Rule of Law through the UN Security Council. Routledge.
de Wet E. 2016. Lip-service to the Rule of Law in the administration of Kosovo: The limited accountability of UNMIK for human rights violations. In The Rule of Law and Its Application to the United Nations. Nomos Verlagsgesellschaft.
Nienaber G. 2016. A state in denial: the ‘intentional’ sexual transmission of HIV in South Africa. In Denialism and human rights. Intersentia.
Tladi DD. 2016. Interpretation of treaties in an international law-friendly framework: The case of South Africa. In The Interpretation of International Law by Domestic Courts: Uniformity, diversity, convergence. Oxford University Press.
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