Page 2/3 - Curriculum vitae of Singh Prabhakar Jindal Global Law School, O.P.Jindal Global University, Sonipat, 131001, India. (Prabhakarsingh.email@example.com)
List of Publications 1.
International Law during times of Globalisation: A Sociological Appraisal, 1
IndianYearbook of International law & Policy
The Madness of Art, modernity and International Law in the East West Telos, 3.1
Journal of East Asia & International Law
How should the third world see constitutionalism in international Law,
AALCO Quarterly Bulletin
The Scandal of enlightenment and Birth of Disciplines: Is Post-colonial International LawScience? 12
International Community Law Review
Indian International law: From an Apologist to a subaltern Protagonist, 23.1
LeidenJournal of International Law
, (2010) pp. 79-103.6.
What can international law learn from Indian history, Hinduism and Mythology, 2:1
Journaof East Asia and International law
, 239-272 (2009).7.
From Narcissistic Positive International law to Natural Universal International Law: TheDialectics of Absentee Colonialism, 16.1
African Journal of International &Comparative Law
WTO/GATT Regime: Trade, Justice and Human Rights: The Southern Considerations”
Law College Law Review
Constitutional Norms in International Law: International Judicial Regimes, Human Rights &Resistance, 4
Indian Juridical Review
(2007) pp. 133
Austin’s Positivism: Is it a Retrospective Investigation of Contractualist’s Sovereign?Locating Hobbes’ Theory in the History of “Sovereign’s Debate”
Global Jurist Topics
6.2,article no.1 (2006)11.
Bid for Consolidation of Indian banks and the Indian farmers: Will farmers pay the pricewith their suicidal deaths?
6 (21 & 22)
World Trade Review
Indian Ports: New Paradigms, 5.3
Times Journal of Construction and Design
Power Finance: Preparing For the Future,
Power to Environment”
Down to Earth
2005) pp. 50
The Political Economy of Law Of The Seas in the Era of Absentee Colonialism, 7
(2006): pp. 223-233.16.
The Ship, International Trade and E-Commerce: the Contemporary Trinity Revisited" 44
, 325-329 (2006).17.
Indian Port Disinvestments, Emergence of Fourth Party Logistics and E-commerce: ASolution to Increasing Trade Bottlenecks, 16:1
Indian Economic Panorama