This article argues that trade with neighbors, including India, is essential for Pakistan if it wants to achieve sustainable economic growth
This article discusses whether resuming trade with India can open pathways of resolving intricate issues between the two countries.
This article discusses the plight of Pakistani detainees at Bagram and the recourse available to them under International Humanitarian Law (‘IHL’).
This article will focuses on the principle of distinction with regards to drone strikes and argues how drone warfare often fails to live up to this principle.
This article explores the international legal framework underlying economic sanctions and their efficacy as a tool of foreign policy
This article examines the potential impacts of the Russia Ukraine war on Pakistan’s trade
This article examines the legal aspects of the Russian invasion of Ukraine such as the questions of legality and the role of courts.
This article discusses the key aspects of landmine use in Pakistan, including its historical analysis and present-day situation with regards to Pakistan’s commitment to international treaties.
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