An Erga Omnes Dispute in the United Nations for Defining the Past Situation of Sri Lanka I

United Nations Human Rights Council: “Reaffirming also that States must ensure that any measure taken to combat terrorism complies with their obligations under international law, in particular international human rights law, international refugee law and international humanitarian law, as applicable.” Report of the Office of the...

The Effect of Change in Balance of Power on International Law

International law lawyers usually debate the ability of International law to constrain the behaviour of states. But the changes that emerged in the power structure raised the question of the influence of power in international law. This is because many experts claim that the...

Palestinian Prisoners’ Latest Hunger Strike

Human rights issue regarding Israel-Palestinian conflict has been a comprehensive subject varying from application of military law on the Occupied Palestinian Territories (OPT) to degrading prison conditions of Palestinian prisoners in Israeli jails. Nowadays, the latter become the focal point regarding human rights in...

Crimea: Three Years Under Occupation

Three years has passed since the Crimean Peninsula has been annexed. Since then, Crimea has changed beyond recognition. Russia, having violated international law, incorporated part of Ukrainian land into its federation, while enforcing intrinsic legislation, including its most aggressive elements. Using the media, Russia tried...



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