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  1. KAMANGA, K., “International Law and Constitution-Making in Tanzania: Where is the Weakest Link? Zanzibar Yearbook of Law, Vol. 6, 2016, pp 103 - 127.
  2. (With Ally Possi) “General Principles Governing EAC Integration” in E. Ugirashebuja et al. (eds) (2017), EAC Law: Institutional, Substantive & Comparative EU Aspects, Leiden: Brill Nijhoff, pp. 202 – 216.
  3. “An Enquiry into the Achievements and Challenges of East African Regional Integration”, The African Review, Vol. 43, No. 1, 2016, pp 51 – 74.
  4. “The 1999 Arusha Curriculum Review of the UDSM Faculty of Law: Reflections on Dean Sengondo Mvungi’s Legacy” in Elinaza Sendoro, Helen Kijo-Bisimba & Chris Maina Peter (eds), Sengondo Mvungi: Breathing the Constitution, Legal and Human Rights Centre, 2014, pp 174 – 182.
  5. “The Great Lakes Process: Outline of a Sleeping Legal, Political, and Economic Giant”, African Union Commission Journal on International Law, Issue No. 2, 2014, pp 13 – 26.
  6. “’Government Structure’ in Maliyamkono T. et al. (eds), A 100 Academics’ Search for Katiba Bora Tanzania, Eastern and Southern African Universities Research Programme (ESAURP), 2014, pp 309 – 353.
  7. “Implementation of International Humanitarian Law in Tanzania: A Legal Enquiry” in Africa Yearbook on International Humanitarian Law (2012), JUTA PUBLISHERS, South Africa, pp 40 – 63.
  8. “Forced Displacement and Conflict in the Great Lakes Region” in Institute for Security Studies, Regional Dimensions of Conflict in the Great Lakes Region, ISS Workshop Report, 2012, pp 20 – 29.
  9.  “The East African Community: Achievements, Challenges and Prospects” 2010, African Resource and Research Forum (ARRF), Nairobi, Occasional Research Paper No. 2/2012.
  10. “The Rome Statute and Tanzania Legislation” in J.H. Manda and J. Gitau (eds), Towards Domesticating the Rome Statute in Tanzania: A Position Paper, Children Education Society and International Commission for Jurists, Nairobi, 2012, pp. 11 – 15.
  11. “Policy Concerns Over Migration in Africa with a Focus on the Great Lakes Region” in the University of Sussex, Migrating out of Poverty Research Program Consortium, March 2011.
  12.  “Fast-Tracking East African Integration & Treaty Law: Pacta sunt servanda Betrayed?”, Journal of African & International Law (2010) Vol. 3, No. 3, pp. 697 – 717.
  13. “The Plight of Refugees and Internally Displaced Persons in East Africa: Conceptual Framework” (2012) in Zachary Lomo (ed) Marginalisation: The Plight of Refugees and Internally Displaced Persons in East Africa, Kampala: Fountain Publishers, pp 5 – 21.
  14.  “The Maji Maji War: An International Humanitarian Law Perspective”, Tanzania Zamani (2009) Vol VI, No 2, pp. 47-65.
  15. Editor (2010), the Annual State of Constitutionalism in East Africa for 2008, Kampala: Fountain Publishers.
  16. “Human Rights, Use of Force and Displacement in the Great Lakes Region: Reflections on a Troubling Trend” in David Hollenbach (ed), Refugee Rights: Ethics, Advocacy and Africa (2008), Georgetown University Press (Washington DC), pp 163 - 175
  17. “International Human Rights Law as Reflected in Tanzania’s Treaty & Court Practice” in W. Binchy et al. (2006), Human Rights, Constitutionalism and the Judiciary: Tanzanian and Irish Perspectives, Clarus Publishers, pp. 53 – 70.
  18. “International Refugee Law in East Africa: An Evolving Regime”, Georgetown Journal of International Affairs (Winter/Spring 2002), Vol. III, No. 1, 25 – 35.
  19. “The [Tanzania] Refugees Act of 1998: Some Legal and Policy Implications”, Journal of Refugee Studies (2005), Vol. 18, No. 1, pp. 100 – 116.
  20. “Some Constitutional Dimensions of East African Co-operation” in J. Oloka-Onyango (ed) (2003), Constitutional Development in East Africa for the Year 2001, Fountain Publishers, pp.118 – 142.
  21. (With J. van Selm et al), The Refugee Convention at Fifty: A View from Forced Migration Studies, Lexington Books, 2003

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