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This section provides a number of thematic and substantive concluding remarks on the book India and International Law volume II. This volume argues for India to become a member of the Hague Conference on Private International Law, which helps in facilitating solutions of myriad of family law problems. The most important thematic conclusion is that India needs to enact comprehensive national laws to be in conformity with its international obligations under international agreements. The authors tries to show how the lack of appropriate national laws is impacting the government's abilities to tackle legal problems in various areas examined in the book. The volume also highlights the important role played by the Indian judiciary to import emerging international norms and standards into the judgment regardless of India having been party to international agreements, especially in the areas of environment, private international law, and human rights.

Keywords:family law problems; Hague Conference; human rights; Indian judiciary; international agreements; International Law



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