Monthly Archives: February 2012

Through tainted windows: The Middle Eastern ‘notification’

By: Pritika Gupta A common perception about the generation of the 21st century is that it is our responsibility to clean up any clutters left by previous generations – whether it’s the depletion of the ozone layer, the lack of petroleum or the issues with the Middle East. While there are initiatives to sustain the […]

The International Criminal Court and its Shortcomings

By: Sweta Maturu In July 2002, the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court (ICC) entered into force. The Rome Statute itself was ratified in July 1998. The Rome Statute establishes the world’s first permanent criminal court with the jurisdiction to try crimes against humanity, genocide, war crimes, and crimes of aggression.[1] The ICC primarily […]


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