International Law

The Importance of International Criminal Law Norm in Fostering International Cooperation

As the world becomes increasingly interconnected, international cooperation has emerged as an important aspect of global governance, allowing states to deal more effectively with...

Towards Sustainable Peace: Integrating Gender Dimension in Disarmament

“Involving more women will help revitalise disarmament discussions and advance our collective effort to create a safer and more secure future” - Antonio Guterres,...

Space Resources 2024: In Search of the Grand Bargain

The United Nations sponsored two meetings of space resource experts this spring, one in Luxembourg in March and the other in Vienna in April....

War in the Anthropocene: A Time Bomb to Extinction

What has become the hot topic and anxiety of the world today is the massive destruction of the earth which is believed to be...

The New Politics of Conflict Resolution; Responding to Difference – Book Review

The author of this book is Morgan Brigg, a Professor in School of Political Science and International Relations at University of Queensland, Australia. His...

Veto Sparks Space Diplomacy

In the ever-evolving arena of international diplomacy, recent events at the United Nations have brought to light a critical impasse: Russia's veto of a...

Enforcing Humanity: The Struggle to Uphold International Law in Conflict

International Humanitarian Law or IHL is a treaty that focuses on humanitarian aspects in time of armed conflicts. IHL is considered as   the law...

UN Security Council Reform: The Urgent Need to Decolonize

Despite progress in addressing poverty, the UN and its various organizations continue to struggle to secure more funds to support their missions in areas...

Time to Reform UN and empower it

The United Nations is an international organization founded in 1945, just after the World War II. Currently made up of 193 Member Sovereign States....

Inspectors for Peace: A History of the International Atomic Energy Agency – Book Review

In the aftermath of the destruction in Hiroshima and Nagasaki, world powers led by the US focused on controlling the nuclear weapons proliferation. This...

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