Browsing by Author "Van der Vyver, J.D. (Johan David)"

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  • Van der Vyver, J.D. (Johan David) (2015)
    This article deals with the failure of states to comply with their obligation to execute the warrant issued by the International Criminal Court for the arrest of President Omar Hassan Ahmed Al Bashir of Sudan. President ...
  • Van der Vyver, J.D. (Johan David) (The Verloren van Themaat Centre for Public Law Studies, UNISA, 2012)
    Education is important: education takes place in the family environment; education through exposure to the public domain; education by the mass media; education within the enclave of public entertainment and theatrical ...
  • Van der Vyver, J.D. (Johan David) (Pretoria University Law Press, 2015)
    Die gebruik van chemiese wapens deur die Siriese owerheid teen rebellegroepe in die land het dwarsoor die wereld opslae gemaak. Die Amerikaanse, Britse en Franse owerhede het gedreig met gewapende ingrype teen ongedefinieerde ...
  • Van der Vyver, J.D. (Johan David) (Pretoria University Law Press (PULP), 2012)
    Die Wet op die Ontwikkeling van Minerale en Petroleum Hulpbronne, Wet 28 van 2002, het grondeienaars van hulle eiendomsreg ten aansien van onontginde minerale en petroleum produkte ontneem en bepaal nou dat minerale en ...
  • Van der Vyver, J.D. (Johan David) (Emory International Law Review, 2010)
    This Article explores the feasibility of prosecuting terrorism in international tribunals considering, respectively, the above three principles. Part I shows that terrorism comprises willful acts of violence directed ...
  • Van der Vyver, J.D. (Johan David) (Juta Law, 2011)
    South Africa's relatively peaceful transition from apartheid to democracy would not have been possible without the prevalence of a spirit of solidarity (ubuntu), not only within South Africa but across the continent, since ...
  • Van der Vyver, J.D. (Johan David) (Faculty of Law, North West University, 2011)
    The South African nation comprises perhaps the most diverse plural composition in the entire world and is furthermore known for the polarization of factions of the population. This raises the question how to bring about ...
  • Van der Vyver, J.D. (Johan David) (Pretoria University Law Press (PULP), 2011)
    On 23 September 2010 the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) handed down unanimous judgments in two similar cases, but reached completely opposite conclusions. Both cases dealt with dismissal of church employees based ...
  • Van der Vyver, J.D. (Johan David) (Duke Law, 2014)
    In our day and age, the violation of human rights has become a matter of international concern. This article is focused on the sharing of those concerns by the United States, in particular as manifested by the treatment ...