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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.


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, agreements between sovereign states intended to have binding legal effect between the parties that have agreed to them; and customary international law.

International Refugee Law

This field has its origins in the aftermath of World War II as well as the refugee crises of the interwar years that preceded it. Article 14(1) UDHR, which was adopted in 1948, guarantees the right to seek and enjoy asylum in other countries (for e.g.).

International Cyber Law

It is the regime of international law concerned with cyber realms and cyberspace. One of the basic examples is the set of works done by NATO-CCDCOE, notably known as the Tallinn Manual 2.0.

International Environmental Law

IEL is concerned with the attempt to control pollution and the depletion of natural resources within a framework of sustainable development. It is a branch of public international law – a body of law created by states for states to govern problems that arise between states.

Space Law

Space law covers issues like rules for exploration, weapons use, damage for liability, rescue efforts for astronauts in distress, environmental regulations and records of space activity.

Artificial Intelligence and Law

Artificial intelligence and law is a subfield of artificial intelligence mainly concerned with applications of AI to legal informatics problems and original research on those problems. This is one of the versatile and interesting issues dealt for innovation and services purposes.


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