LAW MANTRA     (Think Beyond Others)
  • 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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  • COMPARITIVE OVERLOOK-INTERNATION HUMANITARAN LAW WITH INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS LAW

    “If international law is the vanishing point of law, the law of war is at the vanishing point of international law”.[1] The concept of International Humanitarian Law remains poignant as contemporary armed conflicts, particularly those involving organised armed groups, continue to entail systematic non-compliance with International Humanitarian Law. All too often such violations occur with

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  • Humanitarian law in respect of women’s right

    “Humanitarian law is a branch of international law, its main motive is to secure human at the time of arm conflict”, this paper spread some light on the humanitarian law with respect to the women’s right. Women are an unseen part of arm conflict which affects more than a visible part of the society.International humanitarian

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  • Implementation of International Humanitarian Law in Non-International Armed Conflict in Afghanistan

    Implementation of International Humanitarian Law in Non-International Armed Conflict in Afghanistan International humanitarian law (IHL) is the law applicable in armed conflicts, sometimes also referred to as the law of war (jus in bellum). It has been defined as international rules which have been established by the customs and treaties, aimed at providing a solution

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