Monday, August 24, 2015

Inaugural Issue: NALSAR International Law Journal

The inaugural issue of the NALSAR International Law Journal (Vol. 1, no. 1, 2015) is out. Contents include:
  • James J. Nedumpara, World Trade Organization and Network Societies: Evolving Models of Public-Private Partnerships in India
  • Himanil Raina, Articles 2(4) and 51 of UN Charter: Force Gaps and the Unilateral Exercise of the Right of Self Defence Against Nonstate Actors
  • Abhik Chakraborty, Analysis of the Competing Control Tests: State Responsibility for Actions of Private Armed Groups
  • Edrine Wanyama, The Impact of the Calvo Doctrine on the Principles of Protection of Foreign Nationals in the Area of Investment
  • Deergha Airen & Sanjana Roy, Rising Threat of a Debt Crisis: A Frantic Call to the Odious Debt Doctrine
  • Pratik Ranjan Das, Linking Cyber Attacks and the Use of Force in Public International Law: An Exercise in Interpretation
  • Maithili Pai, Immunity of the United Nations as an International Organisation: Time for a Relook in Light of the Haiti Cholera Case
  • Bhargav Kosuru & Shlok Bolar, Deciphering The ‘Grey Area’ in Bilateral Investment Treaties: A Study of ‘Umbrella Clause’