Q.2 India has failed to fully appreciate the usage of international law as a means to advance its national security interests. In the context of this, list the examples that demonstrate India’s failure to use an international law-friendly vocabulary to articulate its security interests and suggest the way forward. (10 Marks)

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  • https://www.thehindu.com/opinion/op-ed/its-time-to-engage-in-lawfare/article37387458.ece
  • In the intro, mention that international law covers a wide array of security issues ranging from terrorism to maritime security.
  • In the body, mention instances such as airstrike after Pulwama attack, suspension of Most Favoured Nation status of Pakistan, deportation of Rohingya refugees, dealing with Taliban regime etc. In the suggestions, mention investment in capacity building on international law.
  • Conclude by mentioning the need for articulation based on international laws to justify India’s actions.
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