Tag Archives: Military

Allegations of War Crimes Are Credible, According to Sri Lankan Judge

Allegations of War Crimes Are Credible, According to Sri Lankan Judge Retired judge Maxwell Paranagama, led a a Sri Lankan panel which presented a report to the parliament concluding that allegations that

A Balancing Act

A Balancing Act The US has a shoddy reputation regarding the treatment of civilians at the hands of its military overseas. While US military actions in conflict zones largely go unchecked, their

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Democracy: Fact Or Fiction

Democracy: Fact Or Fiction So we are back to “saving democracy”. You may once have thought that accountability was a significant component of democracy, but apparently you were wrong, it is actually


Daud Aziz Khokhar

A Human Rights Perspective of the Supreme Court Verdict on the Basic Structure Doctrine

A Human Rights Perspective of the Supreme Court Verdict on the Basic Structure Doctrine   In a recent verdict by the Supreme Court of Pakistan (SCP), the constitutionality of, inter alia, the 21st Amendment — whereby