A CRITICAL STUDY OF LEGITIMIZATION OF PREEMPTIVE SELF-DEFENSE AS A COUNTER-TERRORISM MEASURE UNDER INTERNATIONAL LAW

February 25, 2024 0 Comments 0 tags

WORLD MEDIATION ORGANIZATION A CRITICAL STUDY OF LEGITIMIZATION OF PREEMPTIVE SELF-DEFENSE AS A COUNTER-TERRORISM MEASURE UNDER INTERNATIONAL LAW Jean Marie Vianney SIKUBWABO World Mediation Organization February 2024 Keywords: Self-defense, pre-emptive

Windowless and Unintelligible: Case Studies of Diplomatic Grey Areas Within International Organizational Diplomacy

October 5, 2023 0 Comments 0 tags

An intricate web of diplomatic grey areas is prevalent within international organizations; accountability and transparency are words frequently floating around in the discussion of international relations. This paper focuses on

India And Pakistan – An Uneasy Tryst?

August 14, 2023 0 Comments 0 tags

India and Pakistan have both held an antagonistic streak against each other since their independence (Even though it can be argued that this sentiment was harbored ever since the idea

Indonesia rejects west papua’s request to resolve the west papua conflict through international third-party mediation: a lack of confidence in the mediation process

June 28, 2023 0 Comments 0 tags

The conflict between the Government of Indonesia (GOI) and the people of West Papua began in 1961 when the GOI declared “Operasi Trikora” (Three peoples command operations) to invade West

Post-Soviet Tensions in the South Caucasus: Armenian-Azerbaijani Dispute over Nagorno-Karabakh

November 13, 2022 0 Comments 0 tags

The latest flare-up of tensions between Armenia and Azerbaijan in September 2022 has raised concerns about Nagorno-Karabakh, a region over which claim both countries hold a decades-long dispute. International worries

The Taiwan Issue: An unbridgeable gap in Sino-US relations?

August 30, 2022 0 Comments 0 tags

The latest visit of US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi to Taiwan has flared old tensions not only held between China and Taiwan but also between China and the US. The