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- Live-In Relationship And Indian Judiciary
- COVID-19 and Conflict: Seven Trends to Watch
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Live-In Relationship And Indian Judiciary
Not a MyNAP member yet? Register for a free account to start saving and receiving special member only perks. The panel has noted major disparities in the extent of involvement of minority youth, particularly black youth, compared with white youth in the juvenile justice system. The existence of disproportionate racial representation in the juvenile justice system raises questions about fundamental fairness and equality of treatment of these youth by the police, courts, and other personnel connected with the juvenile justice system. Furthermore, what happens to youth in their dealings or lack of dealings with the juvenile justice system may have substantial consequences for subsequent development and prospects for the future. Disproportional confinement of minorities has been recognized as a problem by the federal government. States were required to assess the level of confinement of minority juveniles and to implement strategies to reduce disproportionate minority representation where it was found to exist.
Deadly and disruptive as it already is, and terribly as it could yet worsen and spread, the coronavirus outbreak could also have political effects that last long after the contagion is contained. Crisis Group identifies seven points of particular concern. The COVID pandemic unquestionably presents an era-defining challenge to public health and the global economy. Its political consequences, both short- and long-term, are less well understood. The global outbreak has the potential to wreak havoc in fragile states, trigger widespread unrest and severely test international crisis management systems. Its implications are especially serious for those caught in the midst of conflict if, as seems likely, the disease disrupts humanitarian aid flows, limits peace operations and postpones or distracts conflict parties from nascent as well as ongoing efforts at diplomacy. Unscrupulous leaders may exploit the pandemic to advance their objectives in ways that exacerbate domestic or international crises — cracking down on dissent at home or escalating conflicts with rival states — on the assumption that they will get away with it while the world is otherwise occupied.
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COVID-19 and Conflict: Seven Trends to Watch
In political science , legitimacy is the right and acceptance of an authority , usually a governing law or a regime. Whereas authority denotes a specific position in an established government, the term legitimacy denotes a system of government—wherein government denotes " sphere of influence ". An authority viewed as legitimate often has the right and justification to exercise power. Political legitimacy is considered a basic condition for governing, without which a government will suffer legislative deadlock s and collapse. In moral philosophy , the term legitimacy is often positively interpreted as the normative status conferred by a governed people upon their governors' institutions, offices, and actions, based upon the belief that their government's actions are appropriate uses of power by a legally constituted government. The Enlightenment -era British social philosopher John Locke — said that political legitimacy derives from popular explicit and implicit consent of the governed : "The argument of the [ Second ] Treatise is that the government is not legitimate unless it is carried on with the consent of the governed. Dahl explained legitimacy as a reservoir: so long as the water is at a given level, political stability is maintained, if it falls below the required level, political legitimacy is endangered.
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How do people respond to a state that is violent towards its own citizens? In State, Violence, and Legitimacy in India, this question is addressed through insights offered by ethnographic explorations of everyday policing in Delhi and the anti-insurgency measures of the Indian army in Lakhipathar village in Assam. Battling the dominant understanding of the inverse connect between state legitimacy and use of violence, Santana Khanikar argues that use of violence does not necessarily detract from the legitimacy of the modern territorial nation-state. Based on extensive research of two sites, the
It is being truly said that the only thing which is constant in this world is change. The Indian society has observed a drastic change in its living pattern in the past few years. People are slowly and gradually opening their minds towards the idea of pre-marital sex and live-in relationships. However, this change has been continuously under criticism and highly discussed as such concepts lack legality and acceptance by the society. Unlike marriage, in live-in relationships couples are not married to each other but live together under the same roof that resembles a relation like marriage.
Religious observance in China is on the rise. Yet alongside these rights come heightened government controls.
ГЛАВА 49 Беккер с трудом поднялся и рухнул на пустое сиденье. - Ну и полет, придурок, - издевательски хмыкнул парень с тремя косичками. Беккер прищурился от внезапной вспышки яркого света. Это был тот самый парень, за которым он гнался от автобусной остановки. Беккер мрачно оглядел море красно-бело-синих причесок. - Что у них с волосами? - превозмогая боль, спросил он, показывая рукой на остальных пассажиров.