A Hard and Violent Response to the Catalonia Crisis Will Have Disastrous Consequences

-By Professor Ramin Jahanbegloo, Vice Dean, Jindal Global Law School “If it were true that sovereignty and freedom are the same, then indeed no man could be free, because sovereignty, the ideal of uncompromising self-sufficiency and mastership, is contradictory to the very condition of plurality.” ( Hannah Arendt) Catalonia’s parliament Continue Reading

Refugees In India Have to Fend for Themselves – We’ve Been Talking to Them About How They Manage

By Dr Jessica Field, Assistant Professor, Jindal School of International Affairs Attempts by the Indian government to deport tens of thousands of Rohingya refugees have thrust the country’s laws into the spotlight. Lawyers representing the Rohingyas have reiterated the constitutional right (of citizens and non-citizens alike) to equality, life and personal Continue Reading

Internship Opportunities in Australia for Jindal Global University Students

New Delhi, September 07, 2017: The Centre for India Australia Studies (CIAS) of O.P. Jindal Global University (JGU) recently launched its flagship initiative, the Young Leaders Externship Advancement Programme (YLEAP) in Australia. The CIAS has partnered with the Commonwealth Attorney-General’s department and a number of leading Australian law firms for Continue Reading

Waste: An ocean of inaction

–By  Sriroop Chaudhuri & Mimi Roy, Jindal School of Liberal Arts Target 6.3 of the WHO-UNICEF’s Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) lays out clear directives for disposal, collection, treatment, and management of water resources and mandates on halving the proportion of untreated wastewater by increased recycling and safe reuse by 2030. Continue Reading

Tightening the global belt

By Sukumar Muralidharan, Associate Professor, Jindal School of Journalism & Communication  Centuries of history are invoked in China’s “Belt and Road Initiative” (BRI) — by any measure an audacious effort at creating a new strategic architecture in the Eurasian land mass. Official China has referred back to its age of Continue Reading

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