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Taimur Malik

‘Pakistan Didn’t Fail': 5 Things You Should Know About ICJ’s Decision On Jadhav

‘Pakistan Didn’t Fail': 5 Things You Should Know About ICJ’s Decision On Jadhav The International Court of Justice (ICJ) announced its decision in relation to India’s Request for the Indication of Provisional


Oves Anwar

Understanding the Jadhav Case at the International Court of Justice (India v. Pakistan)

Understanding the Jadhav Case at the International Court of Justice (India v. Pakistan) Both India and Pakistan recently presented oral arguments on provisional measures before the ICJ in the Jadhav Case (India

Groping In The Dark

Groping In The Dark Operation Radd-ul-Fasaad has been launched in the aftermath of the recent deadly suicide attack at Sehwan Sharif. The blast claimed lives of 88 devotees and injured hundreds more


Irfan Younis Butt

Quetta Inquiry Commission Report And Our Frivolous Institutions

Quetta Inquiry Commission Report And Our Frivolous Institutions A laid-back attitude towards any disaster is a much bigger tragedy than the disaster itself and the impact of such negligence is bound to

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An Interview With Asma Jahangir

An Interview With Asma Jahangir Once again military courts are all the rage. Yes, there was a ‘sunset clause’ when the APS tragedy forced the 21st amendment two years ago. And, sure, for

Countering Terrorism: Legal Challenges

Countering Terrorism: Legal Challenges Although Pakistan’s military operations against terrorism have been remarkable from a military standpoint, overlapping laws, poorly drafted legislation and troubled court system has proved to diminish their success. The

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Improving Pak-India Bilateral Relations Through Legal Diplomacy – Workshop By RSIL

Improving Pak-India Bilateral Relations Through Legal Diplomacy – Workshop By RSIL PRESS RELEASE Research Society of International Law Holds Workshop on Improving Pak-India Bilateral Relations through Legal Diplomacy Pakistan’s premier legal think-tank,

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NILS Panel Discussion To Reconcile Human Rights Under Islam & International Law

Network of International Law Students (NILS) Holds Panel Discussion Seeking To Reconcile Human Rights Under Islam & International Law Against a contemporary backdrop of Islamophobia and a never-ending, ever-spiraling ‘war on terror’,

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Ahmad Nazir Warraich

Durand Line – A Binding International Border

Durand Line – A Binding International Border Afghanistan has historically been unstable. The instability in Afghanistan affects its neighbours, and particularly Pakistan, partly because of the fact that the border divides an

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Pak Telecom Policy 2015 – Another Step Forward for Censorship

Pak Telecom Policy 2015 – Another Step Forward for Censorship On December 11th, 2015, the Economic Coordination Council (ECC) approved the long awaited Telecom Policy 2015. The policy focuses on several issues