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Modes of Acquisition and Loss of Nationality

Modes of Acquisition of Nationality: A person may acquire the nationality of a state in accordance with the rules of municipal law. It implies that municipal Law determines as to who may be a national of a particular state. The modes of…

Difference between Nationality and Citizenship

Nationality: Individuals of a particular nation are supposed to owe allegiance to their states. Such individuals who owe permanent allegiance to a state are known as nationals of a state. Nationality may therefore be defined as the “status…

Treatment of Prisoners of War

Prisoners of War: Prisoner of war is a status which is given to a person captured by belligerent state during the war or in an armed conflict. All the persons captured by the belligerent do not acquire this status. Geneva Convention…

The Social Construction of Crime

What is Crime? The word crime is used consistently in everyday conversation. The manner and extent to which it is used implies that there is sufficient level of common understanding about it. To some extent, this is indeed the case.…

Crime and the Internet- Cybercrime

Introduction: The arrival of internet greeted with concern by many criminologists, if not outright moral panic. Its power and reach has the potential to take the world by storm. The #me too movement is glaring example of the power of…

Is International Law Oxymoronic. Argue

International Law is Oxymoronic?  One of the most controversial issues that has been long debated and discussed and on which the opinions of the Jurists are sharply divided since the beginning of the science of law of nations concerns the…

Aims and Objectives of Foreign Policy

Introduction: In modern times no state can avoid involvement in the international sphere. This involvement must be systematic and based on some well-defined principles. The principles and purposes of the state are reflected in its foreign…

Psychoanalytic theory of Criminal Behaviour

Psychoanalysis and Crime: As Valier (1998) notes, Psychoanalysis has had moderately little to say unswervingly about crime. All things considered, psychiatric and psychoanalytic thoughts have been vital in the historical backdrop of…

Federalism of the U.S Constitution.

Federalism of the U.S Constitution: The United States constitution is federal. Originally, it consisted of thirteen states, now it contains fifty units. The thirteen independent sovereign states surrendered some of their powers and created…

Salient Features of French Constitution

Salient features of the  Constitution:- The latest constitution of France has been a focus of criticism. The supporters of this constitution call it the best constitution which would give stability to France, whereas the critics call it a…