Category Archives: International Law

International Law is composed of the laws, rules, and principles of general application that deal with the conduct of nation states and international organizations among themselves as well as the relationships between nation states and international organizations with persons, whether natural or juridical.

Settlement of Disputes under UNCLOS with respect to High Seas Environmental Concerns

This article deals with the settlement of disputes under UNCLOS [United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea] with respect to High Seas Environmental Law concerns. I. Introduction International law has been considered as the law of international communities of states as per its traditional view and its principles govern the relation among states. International law originated from the maritime affairs… Read More »

Extradition and Asylum: Concept and Important Case Laws

Extradition and Asylum are political acts of States and it differs from state to state depending upon treaties, internal and external policies. Introduction It is quite possible for a person to escape to another State after committing a crime in his own State. Such cases have started occurring more frequently with the result of the development of air… Read More »

Important Doctrines related to International Law

These are some important doctrines related to International Law, which would help law students and scholars getting a closer and a clearer view into the judgments and enforcement of international law. Introduction International law is a system of treaties and agreements between nations that govern how nations interact with other nations, citizens of other nations, and businesses of… Read More »

Principle of Jus Cogens under International Law

Principle of Jus cogens is the peremptory norm or a rule that cannot be deviated while framing any international law or agreement. It is vital to understand the concept of Jus cogens to delineate any aspect of international law. This article shall endeavour to explain the meaning and evolution of the principle of jus cogens, and its applicability… Read More »