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If people are asked which area of the world they think is the most dangerous, not many would think of South Asia. However, no other region in the world has three nuclear-weapon States in which one is not a democracy, the second is a fragile democracy whose history is fraught with military coups, leaving onlyContinue reading “Indian Foreign Policy: A Need for International Law in Geopolitics”
The Ministry of Environment, Forests and Climate Change released the newly drafted Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) notification a few months back. The notification, which will supersede the 2006 notification, has received sharp criticism from various segments of society for dilution of environmental legal principles that advocate for sustainable development and neglecting human rights of peopleContinue reading “Human Rights under Threat: An International Legal Analysis of EIA 2020”
COVID-19 brought the world to a screeching halt about two months back. Ever since then, most of us have faced stringent lockdowns. The world has also been grappling with associated problems like economic recession, surge in mental health issues and a sheer lack of trust not only amongst individuals but also amongst nations. As aContinue reading “Water is the weapon but can we access it?”
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