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.

Important Doctrines related to International Law

These are some important doctrines related to International Law, which would help law students and scholars getting 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 other……...

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Case Study: Republic of Nicaragua v United States of America (1986)

I. Overview of the Case The Republic of Nicaragua v United States of America case was decided in 1986 and came as a huge shock to the United States government since it failed to convince the ICJ that it lacked jurisdiction. The case is known for an attack on sovereignty, American dominance and expands the concept of the……...

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Principle of Jus Cogens under International Law

The 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……...

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Case Study: Asylum Case (Colombia v. Peru), [1950] ICJ 6

The case of Colombia v. Peru or commonly known as the Asylum case is a landmark in Public International law for several reasons, inter alia, its expansion of laws on extradition and political asylum, development of customary international law and concept of sovereignty in International law. The case, having been decided as early as the 1950s, [Judgment on……...

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A Study of the Principle of Pacta Sunt Servanda under International Law

This article involves a study of the Principle of Pacta Sunt Servanda under International Law. Pacta Sunt Servanda is an essential concept under the Public International Law that deals with relations between two or more nations. This article focuses on the meaning and concept of the principle of Pacta Sunt Servanda, its relevance today and the exceptions to……...

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International Laws on Espionage & the Case of Kulbhushan Jhadav

International Laws on Espionage is a grey area. While espionage in itself is illegal, the act is practised widely. Kulbhushan Jadhav is a claimed suspect of one such act. Although there are standard laws, different cases are often dealt with differently depending on the specific situations. But this case remains to be an interesting one because of the……...

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Gender Skewed Nature of International Law with special emphasis on Jus Cogens

Introduction Jus Cogens is the modern international law doctrine which means any rule or norm from which no derogation is permitted. The problem which has arisen over time is that the definition of jus cogens is vague and thus not many states support it. Defender of this norm says that it is for international good rather than individual……...

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Jus in Bello Jus ad Bellum

Jus ad Bellum a legal maxim is defined as the reasons cited by countries that make the restoration to war an absolute necessity. Jus in Bello, on the other hand, is the maxim used for the acts which are legal during the time of war. Introduction and Meaning Since ancient times the rulers have resorted to war for……...

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6 Common Types Of Construction Injuries All Workers Must Know

Construction work is a dangerous occupation involving great risk of injuries. The authorities, especially the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has enforced strict guidelines to minimize all types of construction injuries. However, accidents do happen at building sites forcing workers to engage construction litigation lawyers for claiming compensation. Prevention is always better than cure and it will……...

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International Terrorism: Causes And Remedies

International terrorism refers to terrorism that goes beyond national boundaries in terms of the methods used, the people that are targeted or the places from which the terrorists operate. So for understanding International terrorism, it becomes a necessity to have an idea of the meaning of terrorism beforehand. There is no consensus on the exact definition of terrorism……...

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