International Dispute and Its Dichotomous Nature ​

Y.V. Kiran Kumar
Research Scholar, Dr..B.R.Ambedkar College of Law, Andhra University, Visakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh, India.

Volume III, Issue VI, 2020

Until and unless establishment of peace justice cannot be done. The safeguarding of international peace and security has always been the foremost reason of the International Law. But these concepts are still missing in many parts of the world due to huge number of disputes among the states. We are well aware that an international dispute takes place between states whenever in their affairs to one another certain divergent claims, interests and rights have crystallized with respect to certain existing issues. In fact under some circumstances in international community dispute existence itself disputable one; there is no specific norm to understand the term dispute. Because, majority of inter-sate differences include political allegations and a potential legal solution. The paper is focused on a very important and sensitive matter- the one which concerns the disputes among states and its two completely opposing ideas. It also aims to finding out the definition of the international dispute in order to indicate the framework of the analysis and indicates the main characteristics of it with the help of various attempts made by the international institutions. This paper continues to analyze the legal and political nature of international dispute with the help of India-Pakistan, Kashmir issue; India-Bangladesh Enclaves issue.