International Law

bitcoin, money, cryptocurrency

Should Cryptocurrency Be Regulated?

Cryptocurrency is decentralized digital money based on blockchain[1] technology. It is a digital, encrypted, and decentralized medium of exchange, which means that there is no central authority that manages and maintains its value. Instead, these tasks are broadly distributed among ...
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Between peace and war: a final chapter

Perhaps the most prominent theme of this world is the talk of war that coincides with the global peace plan. One of its most prominent problems is the lack of knowledge of the younger generation of the underlying difference between ...
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the legal, justice, law

The Injustice of Racial Discrimination

Discrimination is the act of treating a person or a group of persons unfairly and unequally because of unjustified distinctions based on race, gender, ethnicity, religion, language, status, sexual orientation, etc… and denies people their human legal rights[1]. Discrimination can ...
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International Criminal Tribunals: History, Purpose, Future and the Lebanese Situation

“There is a higher court than courts of justice and that is the court of conscience. It supersedes all other courts”, once articulated the Mahatma great soul Ghandi[1]. The birth of an international tribunal requires the interference of a sovereign ...
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Women’s Political Participation: Beyond Women’s Right

Few weeks ago, many women around the world celebrated a new victory in their battle of political participation and decision-making; a battle that dates back to the nineteenth and twentieth centuries until today. Mrs. Kamala Harris in the United States ...
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compliance, observance, consent

Will Technology Change the Course of International Arbitration?

       Over the last years, technology has had an increasingly important role in our daily lives and businesses. At the same time, we witnessed a growth in international arbitration mainly due to its appealing characteristics such as the flexibility of ...
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Child Marriage: a violation of basic human rights

Child Marriage is the formal or informal union of a girl or boy under the age of 18[1]. With the world continuously developing and evolving, we might think that child marriage is no longer a problem. However, despite being prohibited ...
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lady justice, legal, law

PUBLIC AND PRIVATE INTERNATIONAL LAW: DISTINCT THEORETICALLY BUT OVERLAPPING PRACTICALLY?

For many years, Public and Private International Law were regarded as totally unrelated; each having a distinct subject covered by its scope. Public International law governs the relations between States and also between States and other international entities. On the ...
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L’ECOSOC: un organe nécessaire au niveau International

L’organisation des Nations Unies est l’organisation qui exprime la volonté des peuples des Etats à s’unir pour maintenir la paix et la sécurité internationale. L’organisation des Nations Unies était constituée de 6 organes principaux, mais maintenant elle est constituée de ...
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