In simple and concise words, slavery refers to a practice where a human is owned and treated as a commodity rather than an individual. It is true that slavery has been made illegal in every recognised country. However, another truth is that it has been replaced by a more evolved system of modern slavery. It … Continue reading Modern Slavery Laws around the World
Fundamental rights have not always been recognized as an objective in the EU and there has been revision in the law. But, is the protection currently sufficient?
Is the Court of Justice of the European Union acting out of its judicial power and taking on a political role? The article attempts to examine commentator viewpoints and CJEU's reasoning in case law to try and highlight whether CJEU is the new quasi-legislative body or not.
The relationship between the International Criminal Court (ICC) and the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) is a particularly difficult one, with academics describing it as ‘contentious’ and ‘uncomfortable’. This brief article will explore the complex relationship between the ICC and the UNSC, focusing on the impact this relationship has had on the conflict in Darfur.