In this part of the interview series, Mr Khubchandani speaks to us about his LLM journey at Stanford University and his experience of working at various positions at the United Nations. 1. Kindly introduce yourself to the readers. Please tell us what has been your journey from Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University to Stanford University. … Continue reading Interview of Mr Mohit Khubchandani, Judicial Fellow at the International Court of Justice, Netherlands
In the present blog post, Brahm Sareen and Shivesh Saini, 1st year students at Guru Gobind Singh Indraprasth University endeavour to analyse the violation of international laws in respect of the aftermath of the Fukushima disaster. Introduction Japanese government’s proclamation of discharging radioactive water on derelict Fukushima Nuclear site into the Pacific Ocean created an enormous contention. … Continue reading Has the aftermath of the Fukushima disaster led to the violation of international laws?
In the present blog post, Md. Faisal Masood, a 4th year student at Bharati Vidyapeeth (Deemed to be University), Pune discusses the law revolving around the Israel and Palestine conflict and the role of international organizations. He also focuses on legal implications of South Africa’s continued presence in Namibia to elaborate further. Source: http://www.holocaustchronicle.org/staticpages/656.html "We know too well … Continue reading Fairness is in the eye of the beholder: Whether there is an oppression by Israeli Government on Palestinians or a conflict between two equal sides?
In the present blog post, Ankit Malhotra, a 4th year student at Jindal Global Law School discusses the international responsibility of states and the WHO. He also focuses upon China's obligation under international law to report early cases of the coronavirus. Coronavirus or COVID-19 has not only overturned everyday life but has also forced us … Continue reading International Responsibility of States and the World Health Organisation
In this recent blogpost, Tanish Gupta, a first year student at DNLU, Jabalpur discusses the possibility of Turkey's withdrawal from the Istanbul Convention and related developments following the recent protest over the killing of Pinar Gultekin. Following a protest over the killing of Pinar Gultekin by her ex-boyfriend, the streets of Turkey are now covered by protesters fulminating … Continue reading Turkey to withdraw out of Istanbul Convention: A prejudiced move
In this blog post, Amol Verma, a 4th year student at CNLU, Patna discusses the recent Chinese App Ban in the country and the subsequent implications involved. Data is the new Oil and Technology is the staircase to success. Introduction When the Hon’ble Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi, in his address to nation gave a … Continue reading The Chinese App Ban: Reckoning – Legality, Implications and The Road Ahead
In this post, Divyanshi Shrivastava, a 4th year student at MNLU, Nagpur discusses legal mechanisms available in the cyberspace arena to hold accountability. The Australian prime minister’s recent announcement that a “sophisticated state actor” had hacked the computer networks of the country's major political parties and Corona virus-themed malware-laden spam emails used to distribute malware and … Continue reading Is Cyberspace really devoid of legal framework or there is a need of alacrity to accept the existing International Legal Practices?
In the current blog post, Raj Shekhar*, and Astutya* defend the working of WHO that is bound by its power of self-compliance by member-states. They further delve into the need for a regulatory mechanism of the World Health Organization considering the past failures of the organization to deal with the pandemics. They also analyze the … Continue reading World Health Organization and Pandemics: Why there exists a Need for a Paradigm Shift from Self-Compliance to Regulatory Approach?
In the maiden part of the interview series, Arushi speaks to us about her time at NUSRL and what motivated her to study International Criminal Law from the University of Kent. Kindly introduce yourself. Tell us about your journey at NUSRL. Hi, I am Arushi Bajpai (Batch 2012-2017) and I completed my course in 2017, … Continue reading Interview of Arushi Bajpai, an alumna of NUSRL and University of Kent
Demonstrators wave their smartphones during a rally ahead of the G20 summit, urging the international community to back their demands for the government to withdraw a the extradition bill in Hong Kong, China June 26, 2019. REUTERS/Thomas Peter This has been co-authored by Shreyashi Tiwari (alumnus of National University of Study and Research in Law … Continue reading HONG KONG’S DEMOCRATIC MARCH AGAINST THE CHINESE AUTHORITARIAN RULE