Category Archives: International Law

The Security Council (Draft)

The humanitarian crisis that is Syria has raised numerous issues for the international community. With an estimated 9,000-15,000 plus civilians killed and injured,[i] and no end in sight, the crisis is testing the very fabric of the United Nations system. The crisis has demonstrated (once again) the inability of the Security Council to fulfill its role […]

World Laws

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KINDS OF PARTNERSHIP

If the partnership is formed for an undefined time, it ‘is called partnership at will  Any partner can dissolve ii at any iimeh by giving the notice. According to partnership at I 1932 “If no  provision ii made in the  agreement regarding of the partnership, it is called partnership at Partnership  at   will   may  be  created  under  the following circumstances -tal If partnership has been formed for […]

REPARATIONS AGENDA HAS RECOURSE IN INTERNATIONAL LAW

PREVIOUSLY, reparation was a concept, now it’s a discussion. We have seen recently where Caricom leaders accepted a 10-point plan for negotiations with the European nations. Among other things, it seeks a formal apology, debt forgiveness, and unspecified financial damages for the persisting “psychological trauma” from the days of plantation slavery. Many whose ancestors were […]

A CASE AGAINST HUMAN RIGHTS. A RADICALLY DIFFERENT APPROACH IS LONG OVERDUE.

 Amarildo de Souza, a bricklayer living in a Rio de Janeiro favela, was arrested by police in an operation to round up drug traffickers. He was never seen again. De Souza’s disappearance was taken up by protesters in street demonstrations, which were met with a ruthless police response. Normally, de Souza’s story would have ended […]

Family Detention in the US: Ignoring International Human Rights Laws

In response to the influx of approximately 60,000 migrant families arriving at the Southwest Border during the summer of 2014, the United States Department of Homeland Security (“DHS”) instituted a policy of detaining immigrant families in prison-like “residential facilities” located along the US-Mexico border. The US government rapidly expanded its family detention capacity by building […]

Kurdistan Oil & Gas Sector Continues to Face Challenges

Kurdistan: A Region Abundant in Oil & Gas Reserves According to a recent report by “DOR Organization for Kurdistan Oil and Gas Information, the Kurdistan Region of Iraq “is the world’s 8th in terms of its oil and gas reserves, and it will be last place in the world to run out of oil.”  And “according to the […]