INTRODUCTION We have slowly and horrendously morphed ourselves into a society where there are taller buildings but shorter tempers, wider highways but narrower viewpoints. The government in force in the world’s largest democracy, India, cuts a sorry reflection of the … Continue reading The Diabolique of the CAA 2019 and India’s Faithless Tryst with International Law
INTRODUCTION After China reportedly constructed a public toilet over a mosque that was razed in the Atush region of Xinjiang province, almost a month later on 7 July 2020, a group of Uyghur exiles urged the International Criminal Court (ICC) … Continue reading Uyghur Muslims in China: A Call for Action by the International Community
INTRODUCTION One of the most pressing issues affecting the international community today is the issue of climate change. Increased carbon dioxide emissions, coupled with the release of water vapour, nitrous oxide, methane and chlorofluorocarbons, have led to the greenhouse effect. … Continue reading Climate Change Law – From the Kyoto Protocol to the Present Day and Beyond
Elon Musk’s recent announcement about colonising of Mars raises the crucial questions on the appropriation of outer space by private companies. With the turn of the century, many countries have authorised private companies to invest in space programme most prominent … Continue reading Human Settlement on Mars – Is It Legally Feasible?
In ancient period, the International Law was governed by ‘inter-racial’ relationships in all communities. Different communities governed by different religions decided to abide by certain general principles of law which would be acceptable by all on the grounds of humanity … Continue reading International Trade Laws: Inception and its significance ever since
This article has been written by Ritika Bhasin. Ritika is currently a fourth-year student in National Law University, Delhi. The Positivist theory holds that the power to lay down the law vested only with the state or the political superior. … Continue reading International Law according to Positivists