Changing the International Law: Urban Warfare and Diplomatic Immunity

Humans are creatures of fear. They fear instability and change. The unchanging nature of the International Law is a sheer reflection of those fears and therefore the world is still governed by Legal Instruments written over 40-100 years ago, in spite of the evolution of society, of behaviours and political scenarios.

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