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Internal politics of America has been the driver of the Immigration Policy since the 1800s. Amisha Singh looks at the history of American Immigration Politics in light of the Immigration and Nationality Act of 1952. The article provides an overview of the impact of the changing policies on Indian Immigrants, who constitute up to 75% of the H-1B visa applicants and play a key role in the economy of the United States.
This article builds a case for a post-pandemic world order which is under transition today. It builds on theories of peace and security to analyse the critical U-turn countries are taking from liberal internationalism in political and socio-cultural nuances of world politics.
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In this article, Dhairya talks about how Veto power has been misused by the P5 countries of the UNSC.
Through this article, Professor Ashit Kumar Srivastava explores the idea of privacy, it’s relationship with AADHAR and how it links to Constitutionalism. The article also looks at judgements from the U.S Supreme Court and relies on them to further elucidate on the concept of informational security. Read on more to find out..
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