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India and International Law (2005) examined the role of India and its attitude / state practice on classic and contemporary topics of international law in last 50 years. This volume, a product of encouragement by high offices of the government of India, reviewers of 2005 volume and scholars and self-inspiration, examines modern and emerging topics of international law and India's state practice thereto. The book India and International Law, Volume 2 follows the same research framework and theme, which was followed in 2005 volume, i.e. a state of art introduction on the subject area, analysis of major developments in the field and Indian position on these developments and vision. It examines the practice and attitude of the Indian judiciary towards international law. The book also brings out excellent chapters on feminism and international law in India and violence against women and the international and domestic human rights jurisprudence respectively.

Keywords:feminism; human rights jurisprudence; Indian judiciary; international law



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