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International Humanitarian Law in India: A Critical Case Study

YADAV, ANITA (2014) International Humanitarian Law in India: A Critical Case Study. Online International Interdisciplinary Research Journal,, Volume-IV, Issue-I, . ISSN 2249-9598,

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Abstract

Present Article attempts to sketch the application of International Humanitarian Law in the context of internal armed conflict in India, as well as various approaches at national and international level to solve this problem. Since Human Rights violation is no longer contained within the state–private relation spectrum and has spilled outside it. Therefore, right now there is need for effective implementation machinery to check such spillage and meet new challenges posed by private actors for the enjoyment of Human Rights. KEYWORDS: Human Rights, International Humanitarian Law, Geneva Conventions, Non-International Armed Conflict etc.

Item Type:Article
Subjects:Publications > Publications by Faculty > Articles > Law
ID Code:6012
Deposited By:Knowledge Center Christ University
Deposited On:25 Mar 2014 20:40
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