Ballads of Dissent: Music as a Tool for Rethinking International Law in Africa

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https://doi.org/10.25159/2522-6800/9995

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International Law, Africa, Music, Critical Approaches

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Author Biography

B Fagbayibo, University of South Africa

Department of Public, Constitutional and International Law

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2021-09-08

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