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Title: International law in Indian courts: democratic or not?
Authors: Bansal, Sahil
Keywords: International law
Indian legal system
Issue Date: 14-Sep-2020
Publisher: Nickeled and Dimed
Citation: Bansal, S. (September 14, 2020) International law in Indian courts: democratic or not? Nickeled and Dimed
Abstract: The sphere of international law is growing labyrinthine with the passing time. Bodansky notes the burgeoning of multifarious sources of international law. He specifically pins his focus on the development of the soft law sources of international law and their use in different legal systems. As the arena of international law becomes knotty with each advancement that the world makes into the future it is bound to be consequential for the various state-actors.
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