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 →

LOS ANGELES, CA, February 2022 – Resecurity®, a Los Angeles-based cybersecurity and intelligence company, was recently the lead sponsor of the inaugural Cyber ​​Intelligence Africa 2022 in Johannesburg, South Africa. PAY ATTENTION: Follow Briefly News on Twitter and never miss the hottest topics! Find us on @brieflyza! The company sharedRead 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 →

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 →

The World Bank estimates that without radical and concerted efforts to slow climate change, 216 million people will be internally displaced by 2050 This article from Daniel L. Huizenga, University of Toronto originally appeared on Conversation and is published here with permission. When hurricanes Eta and Iota swept through CentralRead More →

When hurricanes Eta and Iota swept through Central America in November 2020, they flooded cities and towns, caused catastrophic losses in the agricultural sector and contributed to food insecurity. In all, 4.7 million Hondurans have been affected, and tens of thousands decided to leave, forming migrant caravans in a desperateRead More →

Leading federal health agency seeks to promote studies on the effectiveness of various harm reduction policies, including decriminalization and safe consumption sites, as part of a campaign to tackle the epidemic overdose. While the Biden administration has yet to take a position on policy proposals to allow safe consumption facilities,Read 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 →

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 →

The Center for Constitutional Law and Governance (CCLG), RGNUL in collaboration with Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC), RGNUL organized an online conference on “Historical Study of Child Rights Legislation in India” on 2n/a October 2021. The conference was given by Shri Priyank Kanoongo, President, National Commission for the Protection ofRead 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 →

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 →

Several sections of an article co-authored by Balraj Chauhan, a member of the Home Office’s Committee for Criminal Law Reforms, are plagiarized. The article, titled “Good Governance: Search for Accountability Mechanism”, was published in the Indian Journal of Public Administration in October 2011. Chauhan was vice-chancellor of the National DharmashastraRead More →

NEW DELHI: Former Indian attorney general and veteran lawyer Soli Sorabjee died on Friday morning at the age of 91. According to family sources, he died of complications from COVID-19. The seasoned lawyer was born in 1930 in Bombay. The 91-year-old constitutional law expert was recently infected with COVID-19, familyRead 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 →

Advertising The recent implementation of the national security law in Hong Kong has led to unprecedented mass arrests and the exclusion of pro-democracy candidates from elections. Despite strong opposition from their mainland Chinese counterparts, many international politicians view the law as a serious violation of the 1984 Sino-British Joint Declaration,Read More →