Asia Pacific Law & Policy Review
Asia Pacific Law & Policy Review is an Annual e-Journal of Law & Policy of Asia Pacific Nations bearing ISSN: 2581-4095. The Journal covers contemporary issues of Law & Policy of Asia Pacific Nations and is not limited to any specific topic or subject.
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The term ‘Privacy’ is derived from the Latin word ‘Privatus’ which means separated from the rest. Though it is a variable concept and varies with cultural or social context, but actually it means, the right to be left alone. The need for Privacy is to create a balance between individual and social interests, which is
Africa has recently become embroiled in issues arising from the International Criminal Court (ICC). The African Union (AU) has also expressed concern about how the court is targeting African leaders and believes that the court is infringing on African states’ immunity and sovereignty. As a result, this paper seeks to expand on the ICC’s position
Human culture deserves attestation only when ‘homo sapiens’ are freed from his animal ancestry; and is accredited when the full humanity of women becomes the culture of masculine world. Cultural relativism disapproves of universal rights of women (including the girls) across the globe. Religious moralists numb the feministic power with the opium of eulogy and
Tangible assets have been considered an essential resource for the growth of a business and were given utmost importance all over the world. Until the time the importance of intangible assets came into existence. It took over a decade or two to realize the importance of intangible assets and ultimately it led to the development