By B. S. Chimni
The Asian Yearbook of overseas legislations is an incredible refereed book devoted to foreign legislations matters as visible essentially from an Asian viewpoint. it is a targeted booklet of its type edited by way of a group of best foreign legislations students from throughout Asia. The Asian Yearbook of overseas legislations presents a discussion board for the booklet of articles within the box of overseas legislations, and different Asian overseas legislation issues, written via specialists from the quarter and in different places. Its objective is twofold: to advertise overseas legislation in Asia, and to supply an highbrow platform for the dialogue and dissemination of Asian perspectives and practices on modern foreign felony concerns. more often than not, each one quantity of the Asian Yearbook ordinarily comprises articles; notes; a piece on kingdom perform; an summary of the participation of Asian international locations in multilateral treaties; a chronicle of occasions and incidents; surveys of the actions of overseas agencies that have designated relevance to Asia, equivalent to a survey of the actions of the Asian-African felony Consultative Committee; and e-book assessment, bibliography and files sections.
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Htm>; Mark Valencia, n. 15; Chanda, n. 15. 73 “Navies agree to anti-crime move”, The Star, Wednesday, 8 August 2001. 74 IMO, “Governments seek IMO help in fight against piracy”, IMO Newsroom, 30 March 2001; “Singapore Hosts Meeting to Combat Regional Sea Crime”, Inside China Today, 14 March 2001. 78 In the Track Two MCWG of CSCAP the issue of cooperation for law and order at sea has been on the agenda for some time. It is the function of CSCAP to develop memoranda for presentation to the ASEAN Regional Forum (ARF), which then considers what action to take on the basis of any given memorandum.
157-158. ” See Nehru, op. , n. 13 at 101. 23 An Indian perspective on the evolution of international law 39 those of the present day. 26 Indeed, except for Kautilya’s prescriptions, most other early publicists recorded a general theoretical agreement on a ban of illegitimate methods of warfare – “a war for righteous cause must be righteously conducted”. 27 There are copious references to these humanitarian laws in both the Great Epics, as also in the Vedic literature. In speaking of the operation of a siege, Kautilya’s utilitarian advice was that “(t)he territory that has been conquered should be kept so peacefully that people might sleep without any fear”.
Where economic incentives exist, individuals will always be willing to take the risk of piracy. It should be the function of the international community to make this risk less attractive. While practical measures such as a stronger naval presence in the region and joint anti-piracy patrols will constitute one of the most obvious and direct methods of dealing with the problem of piracy, there is also a need for States to provide an appropriate legal framework in order to ensure that when pirates are apprehended, they cannot hide behind jurisdictional barriers.
Asian Yearbook of International Law 2000 (Asian Yearbook of International Law) by B. S. Chimni