Do historic titles threaten the global legal order?
A state-like platform has been ascribed to the Taliban.
Greater awareness of the legal distinctions is essential.
The P-5’s pledge is an old one but it is without a time limit.
It will be defying logic to assume that the UNSC resolution establishing UNCIP is merely recommendatory.
The state of our judicial infrastructure has provoked tensions.
Can we uphold international commitments post-devolution?
Nothing from India indicates that it regrets Jadhav’s unlawful activities.
Contrary to perceptions, there is much that lies outside the scope of the Indus Waters Treaty.
States cannot set strategic goals which contradict existing or even evolving international norms.
The trials make a mockery of justice.
Two judgements by the Srinagar High Court have shocked the Modi government.
Awareness of international law can help de-radicalise youth.
The provincial governments remain unaware of their role in treaty compliance.
The global norm is to avoid using force against another state and to move away from a ‘warfare’ approach.
If a detention framework does not lead to an effective prosecution framework militancy will never subside.
The lack of harmony in counterterrorism laws thwarts effective cooperation between states.
Groups being targeted by Operation Zarb-i-Azb must be treated as enemies by all institutions.
Court verdicts are often viewed as the state’s position.
THE federal government took the initiative to counteract terrorism, yet this step was taken without the inclusion of...