This article argues that nuclear arms control is a good idea and that India and Pakistan have a mutual interest in pursuing it
This article explores the statutes that regulate surveillance and interception in Pakistan, as well as the procedures that are adopted by law enforcement agencies.
On the anniversary of the Fall of Kabul, Mary Hunter investigates the differential treatment by the UK government towards Ukrainian and Afghan refugees, with the former arriving in greater numbers more quickly and with more support, despite the fact that many Afghans are at risk because of direct British involvement in Afghanistan. She posits that this two-tier system and the greater urgency expressed by the British public rests upon a Eurocentric and colonial mindset, which prioritises Ukrainian lives above those of Afghans. Ultimately, she concludes that these disparities are unacceptable and that Afghans are equally as deserving of British support as Ukrainians.
This article focuses on the role of Indian security forces in using counter-terrorism measures as an excuse to commit acts of sexual violence against Kashmiri women and highlights the system of impunity that protects them from accountability.
This brief defines various kinds of sanctions and discusses some of the existing sanctions regimes in terms of their design and impact
A Republican, Reagan had come to power in 1981 as a hardline anti-Communist who was determined to re-assert American technological and military superiority after the gradual decline of the previous administration.
18th July is the date of birth of Nelson Mandela, an African leader who spent lot of time in prison during his political struggle. Named after him, the United Nations Standard Minimum Rules for the Treatment of Prisoners have been styled, internationally, as the Nelson Mandela Rules.
It is crucial to address and combat human trafficking at the domestic level, because at its core it is amongst the severest violation of fundamental human rights. It restricts its victims from freedom of movement and choice, subjects them to coercive conditions, and opens them up to financial, physical and sexual abuse.
In this article, Alexander Lawson explores how Russia expected the conflict to unfold, the way it has in fact developed, and where things might go from here.
This article explores one of the most common forms of gender-based violence (GBV) across the globe: financial and economic abuse