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What Does a Crisis mean for the Indian Supreme Court’s Engagement with International Law?

This Paper examines the initial rulings by the Supreme Court of India concerning international law, elaborating on the doctrines established through these decisions. Subsequently, it delves into the interplay between international law and domestic law, with a specific focus on India's endorsement of the dualist perspective. This encompasses India's transition from the transformation doctrine to the incorporation doctrine. Towards the conclusion, the document will offer a concise reflection on the prospective role of international law within domestic legal frameworks.


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