Amid a wave of anti-democratic and strongman governments rising across the world, Sudan provides the proverbial bright spot as a democracy rises in the country. However, questions remain on how effective it will be in the coming days.
As the NRC Process draws to a close, its a race against time for the 19 million citizens to get their papers in time, and save their future. No one knows how many will remain. A lot has been said about the politics, but what of the law? Karun Gupta looks at how the Sup...
Now that the NRC in Assam has been published, what happens to those who have been left out? L.L.M. Candidate at UCLA School of Law, Akruti Chandrayya explains the complex intricacies of national and international law that now come into play.
There is often a consideration of identity in most of what we do today, but at the same time, there is a lot that remains to be understood and identified. Here's a look at the subject from the eyes of Greek God Theseus.
Hong Kong's protests seem to have succeeded in the short run, and for the limited demands on the extradition bill, but there is a lot that the people still want. This is something the international community must not forget, Simran Sharma explains.
The Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code was brought in by the Indian Government to help speed up the process of dealing with bankrupt companies. However, it has ended up with a complex legal questions that now threatens a US$400 billion industry. Shivani Malik explains.
Netflix has a new show, and with it comes the controversy. Does Dave Chappelle's hit new Stand-Up provide for good entertainment? Or is it an attempt at piggybacking on notoriety? Zhou Ling from UCLA School of Law explains her perspective.