By Lindsay Bailey I. Introduction In most cases of extrajudicial killing, the intent is clear. A trigger is pulled or a bomb is detonated, and no one questions if the killer meant to shoot the gun and planned for the consequences of their actions. While the Torture Victim Protection Act (TVPA) requires that a killing be […]
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[PDF] By Thompson Chengeta* The twenty-first century has seen the rise of populist leaders who do not respect human rights. The rise of such leaders has been explained in terms of current world problems like terrorism, migration, influx of refugees, economic stagnation, and cultural backlash against liberties that come with human rights, education, and other […]
[PDF] By Mishika Bajpai* Can a fair trial proceed without disclosure of material to a party against whom it is used? Can justice be found in secrecy? The Article initiates a discussion on the common law right to defend oneself against the case put against him and right to a fair trial in civil litigation. […]
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