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Marriage Between Capitalism and Authoritarianism: A Pseudo-Populism cum Model Minority Myth in India and US

Abhivardhan ______________________________________________________________________________
Often times it is seen in Brazil, Mexico and some EU state that economic and social circumstances in that activist resonance lead to the fall of liberal parties and governments. Approaches to common international and local issues like migration, employment of youth, education and xenophobia, akin others, is dealt as a political sport delved with disputed turbulence and procedure of fake news and propaganda. Notable media chains and other non-state actors are found responsible to lead towards creating a schema of influence among communities, but the ontology of such subjective content and streamlining confuses and is deep to seem, even if it may not be. In India and the US, convincingly, media chains, political parties and other non-state/private actors are found accountable and embracing content based on chronological, planned and general agendas, which seem to drive a pre-conceived curiosity amon…

Application of Comity of Nations for International Private Adjudication

Pranjal Pranshu
Student, KIIT Law School, Bhubaneswar, India

1. The doctrine of Comity of Nations under Private International Law The notion of applicability of the doctrine of comity of nations in private international law is intricately related to the concept of the idea of sovereignty and sovereign jurisdiction of the states.[1] It differs from the public international law, in that it engages in providing methodology of application of municipal law in issues that are transnational in nature. International law, both public and private has always held deep regards to territorial sovereignty, which in essence means freedom from interference of other nations in the territory of the said country. In the globalized world though, to enhance the work relations among the nations, there has always been a drive to reduce the strict rigidity of territorial sovereignty.[2] While essentially a component of public international law, the implication…