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Status and Rights of Combatants and Prisoners of War Under International Law

Status and Rights of Combatants and Prisoners of War Under International Law

Status and Rights of Combatants and Prisoners of War Under International Law Combatant and POW Status Combatants are persons who directly participate in hostilities; they are legally allowed to conduct warfare under


Daud Aziz Khokhar

Legal Propositions In Jadhav’s Case In ICJ

Legal Propositions In Jadhav’s Case In ICJ The government has been rendering clarifications for last few days with respect to the legal strategy adopted in Jadhav’s case before the International Court of


Syed Muhammad Aala Imran

Are The International Protections For Children Truly International?

Are The International Protections For Children Truly International? “Humanity has to do its best for the child.” – Declaration of Geneva Recently on 20th November 2016, the Universal Children’s Day was celebrated


Mazhar Ali Khan

International Refugee Law: A Case Study Of Pakistan

International Refugee Law: A Case Study Of Pakistan Let’s suppose I am being persecuted in my country of origin on the basis of race, religion, nationality, belonging to a particular social group


Sami Ur Rahman

Conflicts Not of an International Character and the Applicable Law

Conflicts Not of an International Character and the Applicable Law ABSTRACT The International humanitarian law (IHL) recognizes two categories of armed conflict: international armed conflict (IAC) and non-international armed conflict (NIAC). A


Nida Usman Chaudhary

Implications of Key BIT Provisions (Bilateral Investment Treaties)

Implications of Key BIT Provisions The aim of this paper is to review all the protective provisions found mostly in all BITs, whether coming from customary international law or enunciated through the