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Kaleidoscope – Issue 3

Presenting Kaleidoscope, an e-newsletter by Alexis Centre for Public Policy and International Relations! Read the third issue here: https://goo.gl/SF3VlN   The Kaleidoscope Team, headed by journalism major Faiza Hashim Ali, consists of writers Jason Rodrigues, Jumana Fraije and Stephanie Goveas. They are all currently studying in the American University of Sharjah, majoring in Mass Communication.… Continue reading Kaleidoscope – Issue 3

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Kaleidoscope – Issue 2

Presenting Kaleidoscope, an e-newsletter by Alexis Centre for Public Policy and International Relations! Read the second issue here: https://goo.gl/YUVyqv The Kaleidoscope Team, headed by journalism major Faiza Hashim Ali, consists of writers Stephanie Goveas, Noha El Charaani and Jennah Fakhouri. They are all currently studying in the American University of Sharjah, majoring in Mass Communication.… Continue reading Kaleidoscope – Issue 2

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Kaleidoscope – Issue 1

Presenting Kaleidoscope, an e-newsletter by Alexis Centre for Public Policy and International Relations! Read the first issue here: https://goo.gl/rsCvCA The Kaleidoscope Team, headed by journalism major Faiza Hashim Ali, consists of writers Stephanie Goveas, Noha El Charaani and Jennah Fakhouri. They are all currently studying in the American University of Sharjah, majoring in Mass Communication.… Continue reading Kaleidoscope – Issue 1

International Affairs · Law

The Need for Diplomatic Privileges & Immunities

Niharika Sanadhya explores the need for diplomatic privileges and immunities, based on international law and practices, in this essay. Introduction The concept of Diplomatic Immunity is a very primeval one. The practice of providing immunity to an envoy or someone speaking on behalf of a leader from different states and from across borders was widely… Continue reading The Need for Diplomatic Privileges & Immunities

Governance · Law

A Debatable & Heavenly Territory: Kashmir

Shwetal Jogdand discusses the special status of Jammu & Kashmir as a state in India. The disputed area of Kashmir has been a breaking news since a very long period and even now it’s quite a distinguished subject for India and Pakistan. Totally contrary allegations of both the countries are making it even worse but… Continue reading A Debatable & Heavenly Territory: Kashmir

Law · Society

Child-friendly Justice

Vidit Goyal  analyses the International and Indian scenario regarding how child-friendly the courts are under the current system. “For children are innocent and love justice, while most of us are wicked and naturally prefer mercy.”- G.K. Chesterton “The Children’s Justice Campaign reminds us of our sacred obligation as adults to raise ourselves into consciousness so… Continue reading Child-friendly Justice