Legal studies

Sources of the UK Constitution

As has been seen in previews Article the United Kingdom’s constitution is classified as ‘unwritten’ or ‘uncodified’. It is the…

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The Rule of Law in UK

The rule of law represents one of the most challenging concepts of the constitution. The rule of law is a…

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Evolution of the Judiciary

The judicial department’s development may be traced along with several related, yet fairly distinct, channels. 1. As to its organization:…

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Roman Theory of Law

The Roman idea of law developed gradually. The first Roman laws were a mixture of religious regulations, customary rules, and…

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Army Killings in India’s Nagaland Reignite Debate Over Controversial Law

On Dec. 4, six coal mine workers returning home from work in a pickup truck were shot and killed by…

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The European Union’s Human Security Discourse

By Benjamin C. Thompson – The Korean Journal of International Studies 14-1 (April 2016), 161-88 Abstract Human security has been…

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Somalia vs Kenya: 3 Maps Explaining the Maritime Dispute & Court Ruling

The UN’s main court for disputes between countries, the International Court of Justice (ICJ), ruled yesterday on a contentious case…

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The classification of rights

There are three principles, or pro­cedural rules, which regulate the distribution of rights among the members of an organized community:…

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Sovereignty in Politics

There are four elements or ingredients or characteristics of state i.e. population, territory, government and sovereignty. Hence the state cannot…

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