Navigating the Nexus: An In-Depth Analysis of the Interplay between International Law and Human Rights in the Contemporary Global Landscape

  • Dr. ShreeRam Saini
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  • Dr. ShreeRam Saini

    Assistant Professor at Government Law College, Churu (Rajasthan), India

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This holistic discussion in this paper delves into the complex dynamics between international law and human rights, uncovering how this relationship has evolved concerning contemporary world politics. By highlighting the revolutionary change from state-based to human-oriented principles, this study therefore turns its focus on some of these challenges which include variety and fragmentation in legal regimes; tension between universalism and relativism in constitutional rights laws balancing conflict among domestic courts harmonization with national interest. However, to appraise the adequacy and accountability of international law and human rights institutions is critical whereby United Nations organs, and regional human rights systems from 1948 into the present play a key role. Labelling international law to be the "law of nations," one should notice a few keywords, which include principles governing an international legal system, sources and also its dynamic development. Historical evolution of human rights traces its roots to milestones like the Peace Treaty in Westphalia whereby they evolved from natural principles into Enlightenment ideas. This complex system is outlined in detail to reveal what opportunities and challenges similar systems offer, contributing towards a more interconnected global legal order.


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International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 7, Issue 3, Page 1525 - 1543


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