The Application of Legal Maxim “King Can Do No Wrong” In the Constitutional Law of UK & USA: An Analytical Study
The legal maxim “King can do no wrong” was in full force in the English constitutional law ever since the emergence of British Empire. The doctrine provided absolute immunity to the Crown. The king started losing his absolute prerogatives, in centuries long battle for power among the Crown and lord businessmen, which eventually resulted in the concept of liable government in the UK in the shap ...Read More - Download PDF - View Fulltext
1-Salman Farooq PhD Scholar, Faculty of Shariah and Law, International Islamic University Islamabad, Pakistan.2-Musab Yousufi Assistant Professor, Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities, Riphah International University Islamabad, Pakistan.
Immunity, Sovereign Immunity, Presidential Immunity, King can do no Wrong, Rex Non Potest Peccare.
The Yemen Armed Conflict in the Perspective of International Humanitarian Law
Since the Arab Spring, Yemen became the center of worst humanitarian crisis in modern history.
This paper investigates the fundamental causes of the current conflict in Yemen and also explicates the legal
dimension of International humanitarian law. Political marginalization, social disenfranchisement, economic
collapse, the failure of the Yemeni government to address and resolve the socioecono ...Read More - Download PDF - View Fulltext
1-Muhammad Khan Professor, Department of Politics and International Relations, International Islamic University Islamabad, Pakistan.2-Zakir Ullah Research Assistant, Department of Politics and International Relations, International Islamic University Islamabad, Pakistan.
Yemen Conflict, Worst Humanitarian crisis, Regional Intervention, Saudi-led Coalition, International Humanitarian law, Human Rights Violation, Political Upheaval