Our team member, Shrutica Pandey, writes on the intersection of two of her areas of academic expertise- conflict and feminism. It was almost four decades ago, that the need was felt for an agenda concerning women, peace and security. Since then, to date, the agenda has now been internationally recognised. Brought about as a tool … Continue reading ELIMINATING SEXISM IN WAR & PEACE: GENDER NEUTRALITY IN CONFLICT AND POST-CONFLICT SITUATIONS
Purbasha is a fourth year student, pursing constitutional law, at National University of Study and Research in Law, Ranchi. Myanmar has always been plagued by civil war and accompanying human rights violations throughout its troubled history since 1962 when the then military under General Ne Win staged a coup and overthrew the democratically elected government … Continue reading Examining ICC Jurisdiction in the Rohingya Crisis
Suraj Kumar is a fourth year student pursuing international law at National University of Study and Research in Law, Ranchi. International Organizations (or IOs) are new age phenomenon being fundamentally different from earlier forms of institutionalized co-operation including the ones in Ancient World. IO's are the products of international law itself and cannot transgress international … Continue reading Responsibility Of International Organizations: Evaluating Their Critical Omissions
This piece has been authored by Ms. Bhawna Shraddha and Ms. Ekta Bharti, fifth year students pursuing criminal law at National University of Study and Research in Law, Ranchi Photograph by George Ourfalian The conflict in Syria which began in 2011 as a small revolt against the presidential system, shows no sign of culmination even … Continue reading Understanding the Syrian Crisis and International Issues Involved
Siddharth Lamba, a fourth year student pursuing international law at NUSRL, puts to paper the complexities involved in extrajudicial killings and a possible solution that international law has to offer. On May 26, 2018 Ayesha Begum wife of Ekramul Haque received four phone calls from her husband, which were automatically recorded in her smartphone. This … Continue reading Extrajudicial killings in Bangladesh and Justice under International Law
While pollutants recognise no jurisdictional boundaries and, therefore, constitute a threat to people everywhere, there has been little effort to utilise criminal sanctions within the framework of international law to control them.