India and International Law
India has been a torchbearer in enhancing the ideals of international law. It has made persistent efforts to, among other things, promote a democratic multilateral legal framework, eliminate global economic inequality, enhance true democratic values and human rights, protect the environment and achieve sustainable development. India and International Law examines how India has attempted to achieve these goals in international relations and what has been therefore its contribution to the codification and progressive development of international law. The work will be a useful reference tool to scholars, academicians and policy-makers who are seeking practical expertise on India’s policy and practical approach to international law. It provides excellent reference to the case laws of the Indian judiciary bearing reference to the implementation of international law at national level and India’s position as of 31 December 2004 on the Multilateral Treaties deposited with the UN Secretary-General.