Perspectives Politics & Governance

Rethinking the Significance of Refugee Laws for Pakistan

Key Points: Pakistan, a dualist state, maintain the separation between national and international law, yet has not ratified the 1951 Convention and its 1967 Protocol, which define refugee rights and…

International Law in a Power-based World Articles Middle East & North Africa Politics & Governance

The Contestation of Power and Legal Norms in Global Affairs.

The long-simmering crisis in the Middle East represents the collective failure of the states of the world to uphold the values and rules of peaceful coexistence. It is a manifestation…

Human Rights, Investors, and International Investment: The Case of Turkey Articles Europe Trade & Economics

Human Rights, Investors, and International Investment: The Case of Turkey

Türkiye is among the highly active states in the field of international investment law. In fact, in terms of the number of International Investment Agreements (IIAs) concluded so far, it…

Four Unfolding Political and Constitutional Crises in Pakistan: An Explainer and Recommendations Articles Asia Politics & Governance

Four Unfolding Political and Constitutional Crises in Pakistan: An Explainer and Recommendations

There are four major interconnected and mutually exacerbating political and constitutional crises currently unfolding in Pakistan, in addition to its economic woes, increasing frequency of terror attacks and its ongoing…

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