Analysing the status of private military companies in international and non-international armed conflicts

 By Youngreen Peter Mudeyi* There has been a great proliferation of private military companies (PMCs) with states increasingly hiring them to act in zones of warfare.[i] The increase in private military companies is largely due to weakened state and military structures and the rising number of conflict zones, prompting governments to seek cost...

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Dismantling epistemic violence and eurocentrism in the teaching and research of international law in the Global South: A reflection

Florence Shako *first published by Afronomicslaw* One of the sites where the legacies of colonialism continue to be perpetuated in the Global South is the law classroom. In the teaching and research of international law, 'mainstream' narratives of international law are privileged as the Subject and critical international law scholarship as the Othe...

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