Human Rights Situation in Kashmir Post Abrogation of Article 370

On May 4, 2020, three AP photojournalists were awarded the Pulitzer Prize for their coverage of the Kashmir siege of 2019. The photographs shed light on the new reality that the people of Kashmir had been living in post the abrogation of Article 370 by the Indian Legislature. The communications blockade in Kashmir had madeContinue reading “Human Rights Situation in Kashmir Post Abrogation of Article 370”

The Humanitarian Crisis in Yemen

Yemen is facing the world’s worst humanitarian crisis today as a result of a civil war that began in 2015. In 2019, United Nations estimations revealed that the civil war has left about 80% of Yemen’s population, i.e., 24 million people, in need of humanitarian aid. As per the 2019 estimations, 20 million Yemenis areContinue reading “The Humanitarian Crisis in Yemen”

An account of International Criminal Law and International Crimes

Public International Law encompasses various fields of law, some of which represent the culture and tradition of the society, others being continuously evolving in social, economic, and political values. International law has seen growth horizontally and vertically, thereby, embracing the applicable and relevant statutes and reaching out to new states, organizations as well as individuals.[1]Continue reading “An account of International Criminal Law and International Crimes”

Nuremberg Trials and the Birth of the International Criminal Order

Almost 75 years have elapsed since World War II came to a close. After the Axis powers surrendered, the postwar world was shocked by the xenophobic Nazi ideology that regarded Jews as “parasitic vermin”. This led to the annihilation of millions of Jews, including prisoners of war and dissenters, and took away the lives ofContinue reading “Nuremberg Trials and the Birth of the International Criminal Order”