Ukrainian officials have alleged that the mayor of the Ukrainian city, Melitopol, was kidnapped by Russian forces. As Russian forces regroup near kyiv for a possible assault, Ukrainian officials have claimed that the mayor of the city of Melitopol, Ivan Fedorov, has been kidnapped. Ukrainian officials have claimed that theRead More →

Videos circulating on social media of captured Russian soldiers calling their families and denouncing the invasion of Ukraine could contribute to the violation of international law on how prisoners of war should be treated. “You cannot publish photos of prisoners of war where they can be recognized,” said Marco Sassoli,Read More →

Leading conservatives in particular have written to the prime minister warning that the government’s new border bill would violate international law, going so far as to compare it to President Putin’s breaches of international law. A strongly worded letter to Boris Johnson, signed by prominent Tories including David Davis andRead More →

Russia’s behavior begs the question: are we seeing this norm disappear? Not necessarily — but maybe. Countries used to conquer other countries frequently Conquering land, including entire countries, was once relatively common. As I show in my book,State deathbuffer countries – traditionally, countries located between two rival countries – wereRead More →

3 minute read57 minutes Defense Secretary Ben Wallace reiterated his claim that the Russian president was “out on full throttle” after the country invaded Ukraine and accused him of breaking international law. Russian forces continued their assault on Ukraine overnight as Western officials warned that President Putin intended to seizeRead More →

Russia is believed to have now amassed more than 190,000 troops on the Ukrainian border and fears of invasions are growing further after Putin ordered troops into eastern Ukraine to carry out what has been described as “peacekeeping” tasks. This decision breaks the Minsk agreement signed in 2015. In aRead More →

Russian President Vladimir Putin’s decision to recognize the independence of self-proclaimed “LPR/DPR” entities is a violation of international law and a flagrant violation of Ukraine’s sovereignty and territorial integrity, British PM says Boris Johnson. He said this during a press conference late on Monday, February 21, reports Ukrinform. “This isRead More →

news, world Britain has pledged to impose sanctions on Russia, which it says could invade Ukraine imminently, condemning President Vladimir Putin’s recognition of two breakaway regions in eastern Ukraine as a violation of international law. British Prime Minister Boris Johnson offered defensive support in a call with Ukrainian President VolodymyrRead More →

Prime Minister Boris Johnson called the Russian president’s decision to recognize Ukraine’s two breakaway republics a “bad omen” and a “dark sign”. ( Image: via Reuters) Boris Johnson has accused Vladimir Putin of “manifestly” breaking international law after the Russian president promised to recognize two breakaway republics. Speaking at aRead More →

Western leaders denounce the Russian president Vladimir PoutineVladimir Vladimirovich PutinTrump rips Biden amid Ukraine conflict Bipartisan group of senators meet with officials, visit refugee sites in Poland Republicans seize on rising gas prices amid Ukraine conflict MOREThe decision to recognize two separatist territories in eastern Ukraine as independent, arguing thatRead More →

Massive protests for and against the wearing of ‘hijab’ in educational institutions have erupted in various colleges across Karnataka. The situation escalated on Tuesday when a Muslim girl wearing a hijab entered the college, while a group of boys wearing saffron scarves shouted “Jai Shri Ram”, trailing behind the woman.Read More →

To print this article, all you need to do is be registered or log in to 1. Treasury makes mandatory reporting of foreign securities holdings of $200 million or more All U.S. persons (custodians and end investors) who manage $200 million or more of foreign securities for themselves orRead More →

The Northern Ireland government’s decision to unilaterally suspend a key part of the Northern Ireland Protocol prompted a backlash from the European Commission on Thursday (February 3rd), which accused it of breaking international law. On Wednesday, Northern Ireland Agriculture Minister Edwin Poots ordered authorities to suspend checks at the IrishRead More →

Northern Ireland’s Agriculture Minister has issued an order to suspend all post-Brexit controls on food and agricultural products from the rest of the UK. Agri-food checks at Northern Irish ports are required under the Northern Ireland Protocol, which aims to avoid the introduction of a physical border between Ireland andRead More →

North Korea conducted ballistic missile tests in clear violation of international law, UN Secretary General António Guterres noted in a scathing statement released on Tuesday. Pyongyang caused an international outcry over the weekend after carrying out long-range ballistic operations missile tests. The final round was the largest of its kindRead More →

On Tuesday, February 1, Russian President Vladimir Putin said the United States and NATO had ignored Russia’s key security concerns as he addressed tensions with the West for the first time this year, saying that the United States was trying to provoke Russia into armed conflict. as a reason forRead More →

It has been announced that property experts from international law firm Gowling WLG are advising Lincoln MGT on the £750million regeneration of Station Hill in Reading. Lincoln MGT, a joint venture between Lincoln Property Company and MGT Investment Management, aims to deliver a transformational mixed-use development for Reading and theRead More →

It has been announced that property experts from international law firm Gowling WLG are advising Lincoln MGT on the £750million regeneration of Station Hill in Reading. Lincoln MGT, a joint venture between Lincoln Property Company and MGT Investment Management, aims to deliver a transformational mixed-use development for Reading and theRead More →

Srinagar, Dec 22 (KMS): In India’s illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir, All Parties Hurriyat Conference Vice President Ghulam Ahmad Gulzar says India is grossly violating international law in Jammu -and-Kashmir, which is a disputed territory recognized by the United Nations Security Council and the world community. According to Kashmir MediaRead More →

Columnist Owen Jones sat down on LBC Radio to discuss the migrant crisis at ta Belarusian-Polish border due to migrants trying to enter Poland. Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko has been accused of trying to manufacture a new migration crisis with the support of Russia. And this week, Moscow deployed aRead More →

On Monday, a group of UN human rights experts condemned the United States policy of mass expulsions of Haitian migrants and refugees, warning that collective expulsions violate international law. Thousands of Haitian refugees have gathered in Texas since September, and the United States has started deport them en masse, asRead More →

Friday, October 22, 2021, 7:04 a.m.Press release: EuroMed Monitor Geneva – Amid an illegitimate state of emergency and a broader political stalemate with the Belarusian regime, Poland attempts to legalize migrant refoulements in blatant violation of European and international law, but with alarming support and emulation from various member states,Read More →

At Buddhists have played an important role in constitutional law and politics, according to a new interdisciplinary course from the University of Chicago. Consisting of a seminar as well as a series of workshops, “Buddhism and Comparative Constitutional Law” was held virtually due to the COVID-19 pandemic and wasRead More →

Boris Johnson’s plan to impose a statute of limitations to end all unrest-related prosecutions before 1998 could violate international law, a European human rights commissioner has told the government. Dunja Mijatović of the Council of Europe wrote to Secretary of State for Northern Ireland Brandon Lewis, saying the UK’s proposalsRead More →

Published on: 09/17/2021 – 20:56 As France prepares to assume the rotating presidency of the European Union, we are meeting with the Minister of European Affairs, Clément Beaune. In recent weeks, there have been heated discussions between Paris and London over several issues, including irregular migration across the Channel. RespondingRead More →

Ukrainian authorities have criticized Russia for holding parliamentary elections in Crimea, a peninsula annexed by Moscow in 2014. Pro-Russian separatists in the territory can visit polling stations and participate in this weekend’s vote. Moscow, which considers Crimea as part of its territory, has also distributed more than 600,000 passports inRead More →

Dr. Alexandra R. Harrington – Founder and Executive Director of the Center for Global Governance and Emerging Law and Research Director of the Center for International Sustainable Development Law – is available to speak on the continued withdrawal of U.S. and international forces from Afghanistan and the ramifications on countryRead More →

About 95% of Egypt’s water supply comes from the Nile, which is why the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) is one of the country’s most pressing water problems. The GERD conflict began with its construction in 2011, and although negotiations have been conducted between the parties concerned since then, noRead More →

On July 12, the Chinese state-run CGTN announced that the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) had “evicted” a US destroyer from what it described as “Chinese territorial waters”. The incident reportedly happened near the Paracel Islands, a disputed archipelago in the South China Sea claimed by China, Vietnam and Taiwan. CGTNRead More →

Bombay (Maharashtra) [India]June 23 (ANI/BusinessWire India): SVKM’s NMIMS, reputed to be a university, one of India’s leading educational institutions with a 40-year legacy of academic excellence, has introduced criminal law as a new majoring in his Master of Laws (LL.M.) at Kirit P. Mehta School of Law (KPMSOL) in Mumbai.Read More →

Turkey does not accept international rules for exploratory gas drilling in the eastern Mediterranean, Greece’s foreign minister told Euronews. Relations between Athens and Ankara came to a boil last summer after the drilling in waters claimed by Greece and Cyprus. While a direct confrontation was avoided, tensions have remained highRead More →

Testifying before the House Foreign Affairs Committee on Wednesday, US Secretary of State Antony Blinken welcomed the resumption of exploratory talks between Greece and Turkey. He stressed that energy and territorial disputes must be resolved “peacefully, diplomatically, not militarily and certainly not by provocative actions”. “We criticized actions, including byRead More →