Tag Archives: Sovereignty

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The Case of Colonel Joseph in Light of International Law


The Case of Colonel Joseph in Light of International Law

The Case of Colonel Joseph in Light of International Law I- INTRODUCTION In the modern world, the sovereignty of the state is best exercised by applying its national laws, which are more


Asad Ameer Chaudhary

The Durand Saga – An Account of International Law

The Durand Saga – An Account of International Law Since the emergence of Pakistan, the Durand Line has been a flashpoint between Pakistan and Afghanistan despite having no legal basis. Successive Afghan governments,


Usama Malik

International Criminal Court (ICC): The Impediments

International Criminal Court (ICC): The Impediments to ICC’s Efficient Working in Reprimanding Individuals for Crimes of Concern to the International Community Introduction At the time of the establishment of International Criminal Court there was

Brexit: Would The Exit Bring Back Sovereignty To The UK?

Brexit: Would The Exit Bring Back Sovereignty To The UK? For decades the European Union has been confident in the supremacy of its laws over those of the member states which tend

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A Letter To Parliamentarians, From The People Of Gilgit Baltistan

A Letter To Parliamentarians, From The People Of Gilgit Baltistan Dear Parliamentarians, AoA We speak on behalf of 2.5 million people of Gilgit Baltistan, who had shown their allegiance unconditionally to Pakistan.