This article discusses the phenomenon of urban violence in Pakistan through the philosophical lens of Rousseau’s, Hobbes’s and Locke’s theories of the State.
This article discusses the Indian forces’ practice of burning down homes in Indian occupied Jammu and Kashmir and the ways in which doing so violates the laws of war
This article sheds light on India and Pakistan’s missing Prisoners of War (POWs) and suggests possible solutions for their return
This articles uses instances of selective justice to highlight the threat it poses to the rule of law.
This article discusses the use of starvation as a method of warfare and its status under IHL and ICL using the case studies of Yemen and South Sudan.
This policy brief discusses how the FATF may sanction Afghanistan, and the possible implications for Pakistan
This article explores ways in which Pakistan can reshape its law enforcement and policing response to extremism and terrorism
This policy brief discusses the developments in FATF’s October 2021 plenary, and highlights the steps that must be taken to get off the grey-list.
This article highlights how to rethink and re-design a more optimistic discourse on the subject of criminal justice reform in Pakistan.
This paper analyses the notion of recognition under international law, and uses this to understand how the recognition of the Taliban as the government of Afghanistan would affect its foreign relations with the international community