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 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
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 article explores the relevance of legal status under IHL and challenges to the established categories of civilians/combatants. The article looks at the legal ramifications of possessing a primary status of combatant or civilian, before analysing the three-category approach adopted by the United States, and the implications of this approach.