My research has been at the crosshairs of International Law (the Right to Development) and International Relations (South-South Cooperation). In my research, I developed the normative framework for South-South Cooperation which until now has been under-researched. The uniqueness of my dissertation is SSC theorisation through the international legal mechanism of the Right to Development. My research falls under the category of the Soft Law and Customary International Law of the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals. However, as development is now perceived as interdisciplinary and interconnected in nature, my research appeals to academics, policy makers, private sector, civil society, and other practitioners as it caters to theorisation and situates global governance (partnerships) in perspective.