Dr. Nafees Ahmad

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Ph. D., LL.M, Faculty of Legal Studies, South Asian University (SAARC)-New Delhi, Nafees Ahmad is an Indian national who holds a Doctorate (Ph.D.) in International Refugee Law and Human Rights. Author teaches and writes on International Forced Migrations, Climate Change Refugees & Human Displacement Refugee, Policy, Asylum, Durable Solutions and Extradition Issus. He conducted research on Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) from Jammu & Kashmir and North-East Region in India and has worked with several research scholars from US, UK and India and consulted with several research institutions and NGO’s in the area of human displacement and forced migration. He has introduced a new Program called Comparative Constitutional Law of SAARC Nations for LLM along with International Human Rights, International Humanitarian Law and International Refugee Law & Forced Migration Studies. He has been serving since 2010 as Senior Visiting Faculty to World Learning (WL)-India under the India-Health and Human Rights Program organized by the World Learning, 1 Kipling Road, Brattleboro VT-05302, USA for Fall & Spring Semesters Batches of US Students by its School for International Training (SIT Study Abroad) in New Delhi-INDIA nafeestarana[at]gmail.com,drnafeesahmad[at]sau.ac.in

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The Brave New World of Taliban’s Barren Leaves and U.S. Derelictions

In post-US-led NATO, Afghanistan, from the graveyard of empires it has become the boneyard of Afghan women. The Taliban are the only dictatorship in...

The U.S. Executive Order on AI: The Future of Global AI Governance

The age of artificial intelligence (AI)’s transformational potential has come to stay for once and all. Our world is saturated with deep learning, big...

UDHR at 75: American Fantasy or Fallacy?

Following the most catastrophic wars in history, the newly established United Nations Organisation (UNO or UN) members accomplished something extraordinary on December 10, 1948....

Anthropomorphising the Digital Society: Artificial Intelligence Determinants and Human Rights

Authors: Nafees Ahmad and Shezan Samrat Greater control over human rights data is being demanded by people and communities worldwide, especially as they become more...

Humanizing the Use of Autonomous Weapon Systems

Authors: Nafees Ahmad & Shezan Samrat* Human rights commitments at the heart of every innovation guiding the use of autonomous weapons presented unprecedented challenges. The...

Afghanistan: Defending the Rights of Women in a Necropolis of Human Rights

The Taliban founded an authoritarian Islamist theocracy in Afghanistan a quarter-century ago that egregiously engrossed in methodical internal subjugation, deprivation of human rights to...

Locating Sustainable Migration Framework in a Globalized World beyond the UNCSR

The traditional understanding of refugee protection and safeguards enshrined in the 1951 UN Convention relating to the Status of Refugees (UNCSR) with its 1967...

Artificial Intelligence and International Refugee Law

Refugee rights are cosmological, binding, blended, co-dependent, and interconnected and constitute the basic structure of international custom encapsulating the national jurisdictions across the...

Human Rights & Global Pandemic: The Politics of Response and the Role of the UNHRC

Governments worldwide usually defend that there exists a right to derogate from human rights obligations to protect the public interest during public health crises....

Global Press Freedom Windowsill in 2019: Gasping for Nonconformity and Sustainable Media Pluralism

Journalists and media actors perform a crucial role in modern societies, reporting news and disseminating and sharing information with the people that exposes the misdeeds of state...

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Rethinking Public Sentiments in the SPS Agreement of the WTO: A Critical Analysis of Ardan’s View

Authors: Ryota Noguchi and Milly Ishihara* The essay entitled “The...

Ethiopianism in Flux: Unraveling the Struggle between Amhara Thesis and Anti-Amhara Antithesis

This essay intends to analyze how Ethiopianism (Synthesis) is...

Being “homeless” in their homeland: The locals versus development of Indonesia’s new capital

The development of Indonesia's new capital "Nusantara" continues to...

How Geopolitical Changes Influencing Africa’s Unity and Development

With geopolitical confrontation and tensions deepening, the key global...
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