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Globalization of Commercial Law

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The globalization of commercial law refers to the process by which commercial laws, regulations, and practices become increasingly interconnected and uniform on a global scale. This process has...

India's Stance On International Efforts To Combat Terrorism And Its Impact On...

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India has long been a victim of terrorism, both domestically and internationally. As a result, the country has been actively involved in international efforts to combat terrorism and has played...

The Structure And Functions Of The International Monetary Fund (IMF) And The ...

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The Board of Governors is the highest decision-making body of the IMF. It consists of one governor and one alternate governor for each member country. The governor is appointed by the member co...

Sexual Violence During Armed Conflict: A Violation Of International Humanita...

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"Rape is used in my country as a weapon against those who only want to live in peace, who only want to assert their basic rights... It is used as a weapon by armed forces to intimidate the ethn...

Is Intermediary Approach The Way: For Direct Effect Of WTO Obligations

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Introduction to the Discourse The direct effect of law was first discussed in the landmark judgement of Van Gend en Loos[1] , that gave rise to this discourse in 1963. As per the court's prece...

An Analytical And Critical Study Of The Role Of United Nations In Growing Int...

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Two dark chapters of world history in which many countries, due to their political diplomacy, have shown the whole world a time which has shaken the entire human race and Created havoc that ble...

Emergence of the South Asian Nuclear Weapons Order: Legal Ramifications, Comp...

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The evolving nuclear-weapons order in South Asia is remarkably striking. The region's nuclear weapon states - India and Pakistan - have, since the start of the twenty-first century, been follow...

Doctrine of Hot pursuit: International law

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International law recognizes "The Doctrine of Hot Pursuit" as a state's legal rights. It was first enshrined in Article 23 of the 1958 Geneva Convention and later ratified by Article ...

Legitimation as a Concept of Recognition

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All around the world, the status of a child as to whether they are born from a legitimate or illegitimate relationship, have a great impact over their lives. The origin of legitimacy in England...

Extradition: The right of requesting state

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A person who committed or allegedly committed an offence is usually tried in the country where it is committed or allegedly committed. However, what happens when the person flees such a country...