Questioning Judge Bhandari’s re-election to ICJ

Rebuttal Rounds This is part of a September Feature at Legally Flawed, where writers choose an article and try to…

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OF BULLETS & BALLOTS: IMPACT OF PAKISTAN’S GENERAL ELECTIONS ON INDIA (Part 2)

This is the 2nd instalment in the ‘Bullets & Ballots’ series, which is an LSPR-Legally Flawed joint initiative, aimed at analysing…

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OF BULLETS & BALLOTS: AN ANALYSIS OF THE GENERAL ELECTIONS IN PAKISTAN (Part 1)

This week, Legally Flawed is joining up with the Law School Policy Review to cover the recently held elections in…

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All you need to know: Kulbhushan Jadhav Case

Kulbhushan Jadhav came to fore in the public eye in early 2016, when he was arrested by the Pakistani army.…

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The One where Marshall Islands sued India

In 2014, the Marshall Islands took India to the ICJ over a dispute concerning usage of nuclear weapons. Today, we…

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