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GREETINGS! We have commenced an initiative concerned with the innovation and encouragement of the fields related to International Law.  Begun and conceived by Abhivardhan, th National Executive Member at Alexis Group and the Founder & CEO of Internationalism, the academic initiative is owned by Internationalism, with the name – Globalité.

So, Globalité, is an outcome of it. It is a special blog by Internationalism, which focuses to make the issues arisen and dealt in the allied fields of International Law in a comprehensive and crisp way.

THE THEMES Pure International Law This field is concerned with the general and legal principal development of international law, from its state-centered ideas to the individualistic notions as in the age of globalization.
International Human Rights Law This field is the body of international law premeditated to promote human rights on social, regional, & domestic levels. As a form of international law, IHRL are primarily made up of treaties,…
Recent posts

Challenges to Multilateralism in the presence of the Trump Administration of the United States of America

Rashmika Singh,
Research Intern,

The process of organising relations between groups of three or more states is called multilateralism. Some certain qualities and principles are associated with multilateralisms such as a commitment to reciprocate, the indivisibility of interest among participants and a mechanism to settle disputes to enforce a particular mode of behaviour. Multilateralism emerged post World War II and this movement was led primarily by the United States.
Multilateralism is important for maintaining global peace and security it broadly encompasses treaties, agreements, security, and intelligence sharing and trade agreements. Multilateralism in many ways is the exercise of soft power by the members which opens the door for leverage in case other issues outside the defined relationship develop.
In today's time, multilateral order is under crisis, the United States which once helped establish the multilateral order, under Trump Administration is set on…

A closure for Britain’s long-drawn battle with Brexit? On the obstacles faced by the UK in executing the infamous divorce

Thirivikram Balaji,
Research Intern,

Ever since the Brits voted to withdraw from the European Union in 2016 referendum, the United Kingdom has been wrangling over the execution of its infamous exit. The process been far from smooth and has been riddled with obstacles, primarily due to the badly divided government and its inability to settle on an approach that would give effect to the nation’s most controversial decision in decades. The European Union has given yet another extension for the deadline the UK’s departure and has pushed it Jan 31, 2020.  In short, things have not gone well, and the battle has already cost the former Prime Minister, Theresa May her office. After she failed to negotiate an effective solution with her party, coalition partners, and the EU officials, Mrs May made an announcement in late May that she would resign from her office. This colossal task was then inherited by her successor, the current Prime minister Boris Johnson, who is a staunch sup…

Can the aims of the ambitious Paris Agreement be met in the Arctic with escalating regional tensions?

Thirivikram Balaji, (Research Intern), Symbiosis Law School, Hyderabad
Established in 1986, the Arctic Council seeks to facilitate cooperation among states in the Arctic circle (Global North), particularly in the areas of sustainable development and environmental protection. Following the ambitious Paris Agreement of 2015 that places a cap on the increase in global temperature to 2 above pre-industrial levels, and aims to reduce it to 1.5by the end of this century, a meeting was held in Fairbanks Alaska in March 2016 to address the implications of the measures taken by the council[1]. The cooperation of the Arctic Council was deemed crucial in achieving the goals of the Paris Agreement, as the rise in temperature in the arctic circle has been twice the global average. While the Council, which comprises of eight member nations (Canada, Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Russia, Norway, Sweden and the United States) and six regional indigenous communities has made its own agreements for controllin…

An Analysis on Privileges and Immunities of the Diplomatic family

Sreejan Sarkar,  Student, 
The West Bengal National University of Juridical Sciences
Introduction The term ‘diplomat’ is generally given to a person who represents the interests and policies of their nation in a foreign nation.[1] According to the Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations (heirafter referred to as VCDR),a” diplomatic agent is the head of or member of the diplomatic staff of a foreign country (sending state) mission in the foreign country (receiving state)”. According to Article 3 of the Convention, his primary task is to represent and protect the interest of the sending state in the foreign country, promote friendly relations and develop cultural and economic connection between the two countries and the staffs of the diplomatic missions (embassies) also have given the highest level of privileges and immunities in the host country. Article 37 of Vienna Convention mentions that family members of a diplomatic agent forms part of the household staff shall enjoy the privileges …