Tag Archives: international law


Muhammad Abdullah Saeed

International Human Rights and Religious Expression

International Human Rights and Religious Expression Abstract International law is a much-ignored essential component of legal studies, especially in Pakistan. Dilemmas faced by religious minorities, even in developed Western states, are on


Syed Vijdan Tahir

The Case For Kashmir

The Case For Kashmir Amidst radio silence and increased military mobilisation by Indian troops within Jammu and Kashmir (J&K), the fears of many across the subcontinent were confirmed when news broke about

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Nothing More Than “Review and Reconsideration”

Nothing More Than “Review and Reconsideration” The International Court of Justice (ICJ), hours ago, pronounced an eagerly awaited verdict in the Jadhav Case (India versus Pakistan) dated 17.06.2019 and while the executive and certain factions

Security Challenges Under the Law of the Sea and UNCLOS

Security Challenges Under the Law of the Sea and UNCLOS Modern Challenges of Security Every country shall at its perusal take appropriate measures to protect its integrity and sovereignty. With the emergence

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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 Combatant and POW Status Combatants are persons who directly participate in hostilities; they are legally allowed to conduct warfare under

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Syeda Bakhtavar Jaffri

Drones In Warfare: A Legal Conundrum

Drones In Warfare: A Legal Conundrum Textually, the word drone is used to describe “an armed, remotely piloted aircraft” or “a remotely operated weapon system”, keeping in mind that the control system

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Riffat Butt

Kulbhushan, ICJ and Pakistan – Jurisdiction and Jurisprudence

Kulbhushan, ICJ and Pakistan – Jurisdiction and Jurisprudence The International Court of Justice (ICJ) in Hague has begun oral proceedings in the Kulbhushan Jadhav case between India and Pakistan. The ICJ had already

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Pakistani Students Lead The First Model International Maritime Organisation Session

Pakistani Students Lead The First Model International Maritime Organisation Session Background and Introduction Dalian Maritime University is a key institute associated with the Ministry of Transport based in Dalian City, Liaoning province


Hassan Raza

Foreign Arbitration Agreements – A Pakistani Perspective

Foreign Arbitration Agreements – A Pakistani Perspective Recently, a fellow columnist authored an article[1] titled “Enforcement of Foreign Arbitral Awards In Pakistan” published on 15 December 2018, which sets out an opinion

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Has the Caspian Sea’s Legal Status Been Resolved?

Has the Caspian Sea’s Legal Status Been Resolved? Caspian Sea, the largest inland sea, is located between the Caucasus Mountains and the vast flat land of Central Asia. It is surrounded by conflicting


Hassan Raza

Enforcement of First Foreign Arbitral Award Under New York Convention 1958

Recognition and Enforcement of First Foreign Arbitral Award Under New York Convention 1958 Further to my previous article titled “Foreign Arbitration Laws – An Appellate Adventure of Pakistani Courts”[1], in a dramatic