International Law

The Ceasefire or the “Peace” Fire?: Taliban’s Abrupt Takeover of Afghanistan from an International Legal Perspective

Maryam Jami Under the international legal system, peace or ceasefire agreements are usually concluded between hostile states or governments, in order to end a state of war. Nevertheless, these agreements are also being reached between governments and non-state groups, and are given internationally legally binding status as “internationalized” agreements. As such, in February 2020, the […]