World Without International Organisations

Abstract:

As the arena finds itself in transition from a unipolar, US-ruled system to a multipolar structure with several poles, there is a good sized assumption that international companies, or “global governance”, is essential for this transition and its aftermath to take region in a peaceful manner. Countless IR analysts therefore spend their days analysing methods to make global governance extra powerful. Many proposals emerge each year to reform the UN Security Council, to enlarge NATO, and to “democratize” the World Bank and the IMF, always assuming that powerful international governance will make the sector extra strong.

Authored by Nandini Tripathy, Symbiosis Law School, Hyderabad.

Tiananmen Square Protest – A Democracy Movement

Abstract:

There are many countries in the world which follows the Unitary One socialist republic.The Communist party is ruling as the Unitary party in countries such as China, Cuba, Vietnam etc. In many of these countries, fundamental rights of citizens were denied though the constitution guarantees the same. In China, as an effort to get the fundamental rights and democracy, a movement initiated by the young students in Beijing and gained momentum within no time. The culmination of this movement held at the TIANANMEN SQUARE. This article talks about the overview of the protest, the way the protest was carried on, how the government handled the situation, international nations reactions to the protest and finally concluded the democracy movement.

Authored by S.Shaalini, VITSOL, Chennai.

The Sino-Indian Border Dispute

Abstract:

India is a diverse country with various culture and traditions. Its boundaries cover almost 15106.7 Square Km. and it is the seventh largest country in the world by area. Similarly, China covering approximately 9.6 million Square Km, is the world’s fourth largest country by area. These two countries are economically important countries in the world, and unfortunately they are frequently engaging in border dispute and an attempt has been made through this article to analyses the history of the border dispute, nature of the current dispute, violations of agreements if any, how the present trade-off is important for both the countries and suggestions available for resolving the same has been made.

Authored by S.Shaalini, VITSOL, Chennai.

Rohingya Crisis

Abstract:

A military crackdown against the Rohingya ethnic group has driven many people from their homes in Myanmar. Rohingya people have faced systematic discrimination over decades, statelessness and targeted violence in Rakhine state, Rohingya people faced many violent attacks. Women and small girls were gang-raped and men were brutally attacked. Most of the people who escaped were severally traumatized after witnessing unspeakable atrocities. Such maltreatment has forced Rohingya women, girls, boys, and men went to go to Bangladesh for many years following violent attacks in 1978, 1991-1992, and again in 2016. Those people who moved from Myanmar have found a temporary shelter in Cox’s bazaar which is now the World’s largest refugee camp.

Authored by Alagappan. N, School of law, SASTRA Deemed University

International Consumer Law: What Is It All About?

Abstract:

Increasing effort has been invested in the internationalization of client law. Some of the recent massive international purchaser regulation–related scandals (e.g., Dieselgate, Facebook) demonstrate the rising relevance of and the want for international patron law. This paper argues that the efforts closer to the internationalization of consumer law should recognition, first, on the establishment of worldwide familiar minimal standards of client safety (as it has been done through the United Nations Guidelines on Consumer Protection) and, 2d, on the development and facilitation of cooperation as a vital prerequisite for the efficient protection of purchasers (because it has been initiated by means of the International Consumer Protection and Enforcement Network), in place of at the harmonization of significant patron law. This isn’t always simplest because coordination among diverse nations within the place of client safety is simpler to attain in exercise thru a coverage method instead of significant harmonization, however additionally due to the fact coordination in practice is an instrument that, because it stands now, is capable of supplying a better level of protection to clients than major harmonization.

Authored by -Nandini Tripathy, Symbiosis Law School, Hyderabad

Evolution Of International Aviation Law

Abstract:

Air travel commences from the Period when Balloons were considered to be the only source of going in the air, an essential aspect of balloons was that they were not driven with the very will of the human beings, but were flown by the rules of weather. During the early years, the Balloons were lifted on a trial basis, by the Montgolfier brothers, with putting a sheep, a rooster, and bird within the Balloons, by this the brothers wanted to check the impact of the height upon the animals. Eventually, for the very first time, 7 humans were taken aboard on the balloon, and as soon this event took place, in 1784 Paris police ordered legislation forbidding balloon flights without any special permits. This seems uncanny, that just when there was an involvement of human beings in the conduct of balloons, there was an evolution of legislation. However, it did seem fair in terms of the anticipation of the incidents that could have taken place.

Authored by – Anmol Agarwal, Maharashtra National Law University, Mumbai & Prapti Allagh, UPES Faculty of law

Cyberwarfare in Context of International Humanitarian Law

Abstract:

Technology has dominated warfare since the early 1900s. Throughout history, societies have put their best minds to work creating new ways to fight each other. New Scientist looks at the major milestones in the development of tools of war. Cyber warfare is a new a phenomenon and scenario under International Humanitarian law. Cyberspace has opened up a potentially new warfighting domain, a man-made theatre of war additional to the natural theatres of land, air, sea and outer space and is interlinked with all of them. It is a virtual space that provides worldwide interconnectivity regardless of borders.

Authored by – Nandini Tripathy, Symbiosis Law School, Hyderabad

Cyberbullying – The era Of E-Crime

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Cyberbullying is a major problem and has become a threat in this world. Due to globalisation, the evolution of computer technology,mainly theinternet which is accessed by almost half of the world’s populationhas progressed rapidly to which ithas led to illicit fraud offences and illegal practices. Thesepractices or offencesare known as cybercrime.This article examines the international perspective of cyberbullying under international law with a classic example ofthe current incident of Bois Locker Room in India,which is infringingthe individual’s right to privacy.In this context,it indicates different ways by which an individual can reach to commit such crime and explains the challenges, impacts andits consequences confronted by the victim. It also observes, the International convention with an objective and purview of cybercrime.It also exhibits the boon and bane of social media platforms for students. This article likewise highlights the role of law that involves theregulations enforced in India as well as enforced in international law displaying countries and state with strong, average, and simple cyberbullying laws.The article also suggests self-countermeasuresthat can protectan individual from being trapped. It alsoillustrates an insight report of an interview, providing suggestions and concern for the future.

Authored by Divya Bothra, VITSOL