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CIFILE Journal of International Law (CJIL) is an open access, semiannual, peer-reviewed FREE CHARGE Publication affiliated with the Canadian Institute for International Law Expertise (CIFILE). CJIL provides a platform for researchers, academicians, professionals, practitioners, and students to impart and share their knowledge in high-quality theoretical and empirical original research papers, case studies, short communications, review papers, book reviews, the conceptual framework from all around the world in the field of International Law including Commercial, Business, Environment, Maritime, Spatial, Politics, Humanitarian and Human rights law. This Journal is committed to following the Ethics in Publishing Committee (COPE) and complies with the highest ethical standards in accordance with ethical law. All submitted manuscripts are checked for similarity through a trustworthy software named iThenticate to be assured about their originality and then rigorously peer-reviewed by international reviewers. The journal publishes in both print and online versions. 

Appel à contributions pour le prochain numéro: CIFILE Journal du droit international (CJDI) est une revue juridique multidisciplinaire et libre accès, publiée par l'Institut Canadien d’expertise en droit international (CIFILE). CJDI fournit une plate-forme pour les chercheurs, professeures, académiciens, professionnels, praticiens et étudiants francophones pour transmettre et partager leurs articles, commentaires, savoir-faire, recherches originaux, (théoriques et pratiques) de haute qualité, des études de cas, des articles de revue, des revues de littérature et des critiques de livres. Le journal publie en versions imprimée et en ligne.


Criminal Law
Investigating the Laxity of Law Enforcement Authorities Toward Internet Fraud in Nigeria

Damilola John Akinsanya

Volume 5, Issue 9 , February 2024, Pages 1-15


  The increasing reliance on technology and the volatility of cyberspace have greatly aided the prevalence of internet fraud worldwide. In Nigeria, cybercrime—particularly internet fraud—has become one of the most popular forms of deviance among young people, which continues to pose a significant ...  Read More

Business Law
Navigating Legal Hurdles: Analyzing Obstacles in African Continental Free Trade Area's (AfCFTA) Regional Trade Integration.

Rizowan Ahmed

Volume 5, Issue 9 , February 2024, Pages 16-32


  African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) is a free trade agreement among the states of Africa. The primary goal of this agreement is to make a single market for goods and services by removing trade barriers across Africa. AfCFTA has a dispute settlement body, trades in goods and services, intellectual ...  Read More

European Law
Women's Rights to Health

Mojdeh Pour Yazdan Khah

Volume 5, Issue 9 , February 2024, Pages 33-39


  Women have traditionally been deprived of economic and social status and power, which in turn reduces their access to basic necessities, including health care. Despite recent developments in Western countries, women remain at a disadvantage compared to men. The gender gap in health is more acute in developing ...  Read More

Criminal Law
A Critical Analysis of the Escalating Cybercrime and its Impact in Bangladesh

Md. Sohel Rana

Volume 5, Issue 9 , February 2024, Pages 40-49


  Cybercrime is a growing concern in Bangladesh, and this paper will critically analyze the nature and extent of cybercrime in Bangladesh and its impact on individuals, businesses, and the economy as a whole. The research will begin by exploring the various types of cybercrime prevalent in Bangladesh and ...  Read More

Environmental Law
Environmental Damage: Interfaces between International Criminal Law and International Humanitarian Law

Meisam Norouzi; Sanaz Abolghasemi

Volume 5, Issue 9 , February 2024, Pages 50-66


  In contemporary parlance, the environment and its preservation have emerged as a principal focus and concern for the global populace. This phenomenon is known to escalate during times of armed conflict. Armed conflicts directly impact the environment (such as destroying natural resources or pollution ...  Read More

Business Law
Legal Status and Objectives of State-owned Enterprises in Ethiopia: A Global Perspective

Alemayehu Yismaw Demamu

Volume 5, Issue 9 , February 2024, Pages 67-86


  State-owned enterprises take on various legal statuses across jurisdictions, and sometimes, even within the same jurisdiction. Also, state-owned enterprises pursue multiple commercial and public service objectives. In Ethiopia, relevant laws define the status and objectives of state-owned enterprises. ...  Read More

Culture and Technological Innovation
Cooperative Governance of Public Goods: A Bottom-Up Model of Governance in an Ever-Evolving World

Hamidreza Monibi

Volume 5, Issue 9 , February 2024, Pages 87-100


  The complexities of the modern world highlight the need for new, inclusive, and effective governance models. Complex phenomena such as environmental sustainability, socio-economic challenges, and the rapid evolution of the digital domain mean that traditional governance mechanisms are often inefficient ...  Read More

Trade and Development Law
Diplomatic Immunities and Privileges in International Law: African Development Bank and Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia in Perspective

Tayewo Adewumi; Joseph Aremo

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 12 April 2024


  On 20th December 2023, the African Development Bank resolved to withdraw all its international members of staff from Ethiopia with immediate effect. This came as a result of the recent breach of diplomatic protocol and assault by Ethiopian security forces on two of the African Development Bank’s ...  Read More

Business Law
Qualification of Central Banks as Foreign Investors in Light of Recent Developments in International Law: Focus on the ICJ Judgments in the Case Concerning Certain Iranian Assets

Roohollah Mansouri

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 24 November 2023


  Central banks, traditionally focused on sovereign financial functions, now also engage in commercial activities reflecting international banking and investment ventures. This evolution raises crucial questions about their classification under international law, particularly regarding investment treaties, ...  Read More

Culture and Technological Innovation
Lethal Algorithms: Ethical and Legal Quandaries of AI in Warfare

Muhammad Huzaifah Naeem Sehgal; Areeba Qureshi

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 01 February 2024


  This research article discusses the confluence of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and international armed conflicts, focusing on the legal and ethical implications accruing from the use of such technologies in warfare. The growing militarization of AI by states has been highlighted in the article, which ...  Read More

International Arbitration
Challenges of International Arbitral Awards

Fateme Ghaeminasab

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 01 February 2024


  International law provides a framework for resolving disputes between international actors, and in this research, this framework was discussed in the structure of international arbitration. International arbitration law refers to the process of resolving disputes between the main actors of international ...  Read More

Human Rights
A comprehensive analysis of Labour rights under National Law of Bangladesh and relevant Laws of ILO Convention

Md. Sohel Rana

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 01 February 2024


  The labour rights framework established by Bangladeshi national law and the pertinent ILO Convention legislation are examined in this legal analysis. This study's main research question is: How closely does Bangladeshi national law's labour rights framework adhere to the pertinent provisions ...  Read More

Business Law
Importance of Port Law as an Autonomous and Interdisciplinary Practice

Adaelizabeth Omaira Guerrero Rodriguez

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 06 March 2024


  Port Law requires a specialized study due to the different actors, regimes and contractual terms involved in the maritime business related to the dynamics of the vessel, its cargo and the modalities of exploitation of a vessel, which necessarily require rigorous distinction and must be individualized ...  Read More

Culture and Technological Innovation
New Geopolitics of Artificial Intelligence And the Challenges of Global Governance

Ziauddin Sami Sabouri; Behnam Mehrdel

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 02 April 2024


  From the beginning of the age of technology, every new idea, innovation, and invention has helped humans start a new era of economic growth. The prediction of an algorithmic revolution that can seriously challenge the global governance model is not far from expected. Here, governments should increase ...  Read More

Business Law
Investment and Arbitration: A Legal Overview of Mechanisms for the Protection of International Investments in Morocco

Ghiyta Iraqi

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 22 April 2024


  Reforms in investment law are crucial for Morocco's economy and investment growth. These reforms aim to establish a transparent and favourable legal framework for domestic and foreign investors, ensuring legal security and protecting investor rights. Investment arbitration significantly resolves disputes ...  Read More

Human Rights
Rights of a Sickle Cell Child to a Wrongful Life Claim in Nigeria

Ijeoma Nnantah

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 09 May 2024


  Despite the high incidence of sickle cell disease in newborns, particularly in Africa, limited literature has considered, in particular, the existence of the ‘rights of the sickle cell child.’ Given this gap, this article brings to the catbird seat the existence of the rights of the sickle ...  Read More


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