Deepanshu Singal explores the developing border tensions in the Arctic. It analyses the power dynamics and certain treaties that govern these not-so-well-defined borders. The discourse around the Arctic is becoming increasingly relevant due to climate change thawing sea-ice and opening up new opportunities in the regions and simultaneously states’ increasing thirst for monopolising over them.
The state that aspires to achieve the objectives as noble as mentioned in our Constitution cannot proceed towards that end if a scope of blanket gag exists that can be issued at the whims of the masters within the political parties backed by the amendment to the Constitution.
In this article, Amisha Singh talks about the genesis of the current standoff with China in Ladakh.
The three pillars namely, Peace and Security, Development and Human Rights guide the United Nation’s role in preventive diplomacy. They work in conjunction with each
In this article, the author highlights the inadequacy of reservation in uplifting oppressed groups and emphasises on the need for a social and bottom up approach.
The Arbitration and Conciliation (Amendment Act, 2015) was intended to propel arbitration proceedings in the country. However, this process involved not only reducing judicial intervention or advocating absolute party autonomy (even though this was achieved in other sections). The amendment to section 12 reflects an attempt at balancing party autonomy and the integrity of the proceedings as pointed out in the 246thLaw Commission Report. The intent of this paper is to initially understand the workings of the amended section briefly and focus more importantly on the policy considerations and the legislative scheme behind the same on an institutional level. Towards the end, the possible shortcomings will be highlighted with proposed alterations.