LAW MANTRA     (Think Beyond Others)
  • INTERNATIONAL AND DOMESTIC LEGAL MECHANISMS FOR ADVANCING CIVIL SERVANTS HUMAN RIGHTS IN KENYA AND INDIA: AN OVERVIEW

    Abstract Human rights are generally rights inherent to all human beings, whatever the nationality, place of residence, sex, ethnic origin, colour, religion, language or any other status. These rights are all interrelated, interdependent and indivisible and more importantly equally entitled to all without discrimination. Universal human rights,including rights of civil servants, are often expressed and

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  • LEGITIMATE TARGETS OF ATTACK: PRINCIPLES IN PRACTICE

    INTRODUCTION International Humanitarian Law has evolved massively in practice in the recent decades, with the civilisation of armed conflicts that has opened new and specific areas of academic interpretation and practical implementation of the cardinal rules enshrined in The Geneva Conventions of 12August 1949. In this paper, we lay focus on the legitimacy of targets

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  • INTERNATIONAL HUMANITARIAN LAW IN NEW AGE WEAPONS ERA: A TOOTHLESS TIGER?

    Abstract: Weapons of any description are meant to kill, maim or destroy. With advance of technology the weapons have become extremely lethal, vastly destructive, and easy to deploy and strike. This has replaced the conventional war to a great extent. International Humanitarian Law with its extant principles is applied to regulate the war fought with

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  • The Mythical Administration of International Criminal Justice

    The Mythical Administration of International Criminal Justice and the individual’s liability in International Humanitarian Law “Come On Bashar, Leave!” ― lyrical message popularised in the Syrian uprising. INTRODUCTION: Syria through the above mentioned lyrical appeal seems to have successfully made the latest contribution to the pop culture of sedition and treachery[1]. It is a song

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  • INTERNATIONAL HUMANITARIAN LAW AND NEW WEAPON TECHNOLOGIES

    Applicability Of International Humanitarian Law On Cyber Warfare INTRODUCTION Jus in bello, conjointly called the law of war, the law of armed conflict (LoAC) or international humanitarian law (IHL)[1] is the section of law of nations handling the protection of persons who are not any longer collaborating within the hostilities which restricts the means and

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