Role Of India For Enforcement Of International Human Rights

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Indian courts are optimistic about applying international law in domestic courts, and their technique is always evolving. India has made a strong argument for its commitment to the creation and...

Legal Regime On Freedom Of Speech And Expression With Special Reference To Se...

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Freedom of speech and expression is considered the mother of all liberties as it has been recognized as an essence of a free & democratic society, as it is regarded as the first and foremos...

International Enforcement Of Human Rights: Potency And Strategies

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Humans have the same dignity and rights as other creatures from the moment they are born. They have reason and conscience, and they should treat each other with brotherly affection." At th...

A Comparative Analysis Of Child Right To Education In Germany And The United ...

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The right to education is universal, but girls continue to suffer severe disadvantage and exclusion within education systems in many countries. Gender disparity begins in early childhood and is...

Potential War Crime And Violation Of International Humanitarian Law In Afghan...

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War crimes are identified with violations of the law of war at the time of arm conflict. It is an extensive conception and if any harm is caused to mankind during peacetime, it is regarded as a...

Child Right Of Education Under International Law: A Special Reference To Indi...

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The issue of RTE implementation under international human rights law is firmly rooted in practically every corner of the globe, especially in emerging and underdeveloped countries. Due to the n...

The Recognition and Legitimacy of the Taliban Government: A Conundrum in Inte...

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Recognizing a state under international law is significant as to legal obligation, maintaining diplomatic relations and protecting human rights, etc. This study attempts to analyze whether the...

Treaties as a source of International Law

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Treaties have been around as a concept of international law, since the dawn of time. One of the earliest instances of treaties can be traced back to 2100 BC, wherein an agreement was entered in...

State Immunity under International law: Contemporary Challenges

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Basically, a State cannot be sued in the Court of foreign State under International law. Before 20th century, the concept of state immunity was applied without any exceptions. The absolute theo...

The Crisis In The Sahel: From Domestic Uprisings To Territorial Destabilization

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The violence and instability in the region of Mali and its neighboring countries of Burkina Faso, Chad and Niger which make up the Sahel region has been persistent since January 2012. Across Sa...