Jindal Global Law Review

Jindal Global Law Review is a peer reviewed journal and an official bi annual publication of the O P Jindal Global University, with issues in April and October Journal aims to focus on articles that deal with significant legal developments at local or national level but are at the same time relevant within a globalized context The journal lays emphasis on publishing works that are at the cutting edge of doctrinal, theoretical and empirical research Each issue of JGLR, edited by subject experts from the Jindal Global Law School faculty, is themed on a contemporary topic to rigorously explore its legal, political, socio economic and policy dimensions Selection of the theme is entirely based on the key developments in a particular field of law with the aim of addressing critical issues JGLR encourages scholars and researchers from disciplines other than the law to contribute to the journal

Upendra Baxi , University of Warwick, Coventry, UK Simon Chesterman , National University of Dev S. Gangjee , University of Oxford, UK Sital Kalantry , Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, USA Prabha Kotiswaran , The Dickson Poon School of Law, King’s College, London, UK Jayanth Krishnan , Maurer School of Law, Indiana, University, Bloomington, IN, USA Stephen P. Marks , Harvard University, Boston, MA, USA Dianne Otto, University of Melbourne, Parkville, Australia Balakrishnan Rajagopal , Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA, USA Lawrence Sherman, University of Cambridge, UKDavid Wilkins , Harvard Law School, MA, USA

Symposium

  • For ‘… those who… lost their Utopias… but… still rebel…’: Taking Up Upendra Baxi’s Bequixotements in Times of Crisis
    Adil Hasan Khan
     
  • Another Story of the Open Letter: An Inheritance of Relationship making
    Debolina Duta
     
  • Professor of Pathos: Upendra Baxi’s Minor Jurisprudence
    Oishik Sircar
     
  • ‘Heard Melodies are Sweet but those Unheard are Sweeter’: An Unfinished Response
    Upendra Baxi
     
  • Reciprocal Relations: Formations of the Office of Legal Scholar
     Shaun McVeigh
     

Articles

 

  • Letter to Kaka: Postcard Images of
    Baxi Pratiksha Baxi and Viplav Baxi
     
  • Teaching Baxi and Learning from him: The Symbiotic Relationship between Learning and Teaching
    Amita Dhanda
     
  • Fragments on Reading and Teaching Baxi : Pedagogy, Deconstruction, Style
      Arun Sagar
     
  • Teacher Provocateur: Hedonism and the Humanities
    Brinda Bose
     
  • Human Rights and its Futures: Some Reflections
    Saumya Uma and Arvind Narrain
     
  • A Cotraveller in the Long Road to Decriminalisation: Upendra Baxi’s Engagement with the Queer Movement in India
      Siddharth Narrain
     
  • Upendra Baxi : Feminism, Law, and the Human
    Shirin Rai
     
  • Voicing Suffering and Commitment of the Intellectual Sam
    Adelman and Abdul Paliwala
     
  • Reading Upendra Baxi as a Guide to the Study of Indian Constitutionalism: A Comment
    Mathew John
     
  • A Republic of Petty Bureaucrats: Upendra Baxi and the Pathologies of Civil Service Jurisprudence
    Rohit De

Articles

 

    • Informal Networks of Corruption: Assessing the Challenges for Public Sector Whistleblowing in

      Nigeria Olabisi Akinkugbe

 

    • Why Russian Anti Corruption Policies Fail? Examination of Corruption in the Civil Service and the Business Community

      Pavel Merkulov & Maria Shedij
       

 

    • Exclusion and Rehabilitation: How Multilateral Development Banks Address Corrupt Behaviour

      Eugenia Pyntikova
       

 

  • Asset Recovery in the Fight Against Corruption in Vietnam: Problems and Perspectives

    Do Thu Huyen & Vu Cong Giao            
      
  • Control of Public Official’s Assets and Incomes in Vietnam
    Vu Cong Giao    
    
  • Anti Corruption Strategies versus Public Services and Good Governance in Albania <em< br=””>
    Oriona Mucollari</em<>

     

  • Everything Under One Roof: Canada’s Evolving Model of Parliamentary Ethics      
    Ian Stedman
    •     

 

 

  • To Bribe or Not to Bribe: Human Rights Issues That Should Factor into Decision Making Process
    Alan Franklin
       

Articles

  • Methodologies for Calculating FRAND Damages An Economic and Comparative Analysis of the Case Law from China, the European Union, India, and the United States
    Anne Layne Farrar Koren W Wong Ervin

 

  • Negotiating and Litigating Intellectual Property With and In Confidence
    Preston Moore

      
  • Extraterritorial Application of U S Antitrust Laws Principles and Responses
    Donald E Knebel

   

  • Antitrust Treatment of Standard Essential Patent Abuse China’s Experience and Lessons
    Jet Deng

     

  • Recent Developments in Korean Antitrust Cases Concerning FRAND Encumbered Standard Essential Patents
    Jinyul Ju

   


Case Review

  • Substantial Determination of FRAND license terms and competition issues by U.K. High Court
    Dipesh A. Jain

   

Special Article

  • Data Exclusivity: A Tool to Sustain Market Monopoly
    Srividhya Ragavan

Articles 

   

  • Governing the Arctic Is the Arctic Council going global?
    Kamrul Hossain Marija Mihejeva
      
  • India and the arctic revisionist aspirations, arctic realities
    P.Whitney Lackenbauer
       
  • China’s emerging Arctic policy What are the implications for Arctic governance?
    Nengye Liu
     
  • Arctic policy of the North East Asian countries
    Viatcheslav Gavrilov Alexandra Kripakova
     
  • Walking the walk science diplomacy and identity building in Asia Arctic relations
    Marc Lanteigne

    

  • The role of China in the Arctic challenges and opportunities for a sustainable development of the region
    Giuseppe Amatulli

     

Book Review

  • Arctic Law and Governance The Role of China and Finland Mia

    M. Bennett

Articles
 

  • The changing landscape of investor state arbitration in India
     Kabir Duggal
     
  • Tussle for policy space in international investment norm setting: The search for a middle path?
    Srikar Mysore & Aditya Vora
     
  • Indian International Investment Agreements and “Non Investment Concerns”: time for a right(s) approach
    Leila Choukroune
     
  • Bilateral investment treaties: a developing history
    Kanu Agrawal
     
  • India’s shifting treaty practice: a comparative analysis of the 2003 and 2015 Model BITs
    Aniruddha Rajput
     
  • General exceptions in the Indian model BIT: Is the “necessity” test workable?
    Deepak Raju
     
  • The (R)evolution of Indian model bilateral investment treaty: escaping liability without mitigating risks
     Azernoosh Bazrafkan
     
  • The shift towards an enterprise based definition of investment: the quagmire of the Salini test and India’s Model BIT
    Bhagirath Ashiya
      
  • Methodology problems in international economic law and adjudication Ernst
    U. Petersmann
     

Book Review
 

  • Investment treaty arbitration as public international law: procedural aspects and
    implications by Eric De Brabandere
    Akriti Gupta

Articles

  • The market and the family, the sacred and the secular in modern comparative law
    Veronica Corcodel
     
  • To ban or not to ban: lessons for India from America’s endeavor to proscribe polygamy
    Sachin Dhawan
     
  • Customary law of stateless nations: some observations on the question of who can reform the Thesawalamai , the customary laws of the Tamils in Sri Lanka
    Kumaravadivel Guruparan
      
  • Transformations in Shari’ah family law in the Republic of Maldives
    Marium Jabyn
      
  • Women’s right to unilateral no  fault based divorce in Pakistan and India
    Muhammad Zubair Abbasi 

  
Case Review

  • Righting Sarla Mudgal v Union of India and Others
    Jhuma Sen 

      
    Book Review
  • Human rights and state enforced religious family laws in Israel, Egypt and India by
    Yuksel Sezgin Saumya Saxena
  • Corporate governance in the energy sector
    Indrajit Dube & Neha Jaiswal
     
  • Banking reform in China
    Wen Si
     
  • Intermediaries as arbitrageurs: revisiting the motivations behind overseas listing
    Pratik Datta
     
  • A review of financial reporting liability lawsuits in Singapore
    Pelma Jacinth Rajapakse
     
  • The Insurance Laws (Amendment) Act, 2015 and life insurance policyholders
    Mangesh Patwardhan & S. Uma
     

Case Review

  • SEBI’s authority to regulate Global Depository Receipts, traded on overseas exchange Supreme Court’s analysis in Securities and Exchange Board of India versus Pan Asia Advisors Ltd and Ors
    Mandavi Jayakar
     

Book Review

  • Corporate ownership and control corporate governance and economic development in Sri Lanka by
    Shalini Perera Cicek Gurkan
     

Articles

  • Comparative Environmental Constitutionalism
    Erin Daly & James R. May
     
  • Access and Benefit Sharing: Issues and Experiences from India
    Balakrishna Pisupati
     
  • Sustainable Development in EU Law: Still a Long Way to Go
    Nicolas de Sadeleer
     
  • Balancing of Competing Rights Through Sustainable Development: Role of Indian Judiciary
    A. Basu & Uday Shankar
     
  • The Honeymoon is Over: An Assessment of Judicial Activism in Environmental Cases in Sri Lanka
    Nazeema Kamardeen
     
  • Odysseys of Vedanta and POSCO in Odisha: An Enviro Legal Critique
    Natasha Dash
     
  • Regulating India’s Blood Sport: An Examination of the Indian Supreme Court’s Decision in Animal Welfare Board of India V. A.
    Nagaraja Geetanjali Sharma & Shivam Singh
     
  • The Development of Smart Grid and the Legal Challenges in China
    Haifeng Deng
     

Articles
 

  • Scan Globally, Reform Locally The Horizontal Learning Method In Law and Development David
    M. Trubek
     
  • Everybody has a Car But Nobody Moves Contradiction in Brazil’s Social Inclusion Via the Consumption Development Model
    Jose Garcez Ghirardi
     
  • FDI in Brazil Some Considerations
    Maria Lucia L M Padua Lima
     
  • Tax Policy and Economic Growth Within The BRICS A Case Study of Tax Structuring in the Face of India’s General Anti Avoidance Rules
    Charles D. Maddox
     
  • Sunset Reviews: Important Provisions Made Irrelevant?
    Abhijit Das Meghana Sharafudeen
     
  • Regionalism and BRICS Understanding BRICS’ Trade Policy Agenda in the Era of Growing Regional Trade Agreements
    Geetanjali Sharma



  • Corporate Governance and Informal Institutions Experiences of BRICS Economies
    Yugank Goyal
     

Book Review

  • Patent and Trade Disparities in Developing Countries by
    Srividhya Ragavan Yogesh Pai

Articles
 

  • Homonationalism as Assemblage Viral Travels, Affective Sexualities
    Jasbir K Puar
     
  • Beyond ‘ Queer Metonymies of Crime, Pathology and Anti/violence
    Jin Haritaworn
     
  • Transnational Homo Assemblages Reading ‘ in Counter Terrorism Discourses
     Dianne Otto
     
  • Post/Colonial Queer Globalisation and International Human Rights Images of LGBT Rights
    Aeyal Gross
     
  • Sexual Exiles or Citizens of the World? The Homoerotics of Travel
    Ruth Vanita
     
  • The Men of Blanket Boy’s Moon Repugnancy Clauses, Customary Law and Migrant Labour Sex
    Neville Hoad
     
  • Slim Disease and the Science of Silence The Invisibilisation of Same sex Sexuality in ‘African AIDS’ Discourse, 1983 2006
    Marc pprecht
     
  • Recognising Disability Cross Examining Social Inclusion through the Prism of Queer Anti Sociality
    Fiona Kumari Campbell
     
  • In the Shadow of the Homoglobal : Queer Cosmopolitanism in Tsai Ming liang’s I Don’t Want to Sleep Alone
     Ani Maitra
     
  • Kissing Cousins: Racism, Homophobia and Compulsory Able Bodiedness in the Controversy over Inter Cousin Marriage
    Ummni Khan
     
  • Polymorphous Reproductivity and the Critique of Futurity: Toward a Queer Legal Analytic for Fertility Law
    Stu Marvel

       

  • Baring and Veiling: Sex, Politics and National Identity in Canadian Legal Discourse
    Carolina Ruiz Austria
      
  • Queering Conceptual Boundaries: Assembling Indigenous, Marxist, Postcolonial and Queer Perspectives
    Paulo Ravecca & Nishant Upadhyay


    

Book Review
 

  • Dangerous Sex, Invisible Labour: Sex Work and the Law in India by Prabha Kotiswaran
    Saptarshi Mandal
       
  • Hegemony and Heteronormativity: Revisiting ‘The Political’ in Queer Politics edited by María do Mar Castro Varela, Nikita Dhawan, and Antke Engel
    Ashley Tellis
      

Articles
   

  • Continental Drift Queer, Feminism, Postcolonial
    Brenda Cossman

   

  • Multitasking Queer Reflections on the Possibilities of Homosexual Dissidence in Law
    Ratna Kapur
       
  • Contagion Politics Queer Rights Claims, Biopower and the “Public Health” Rationale for the Repeal of Sodomy Laws
    Neil Cobb
       
  • Section 377 and the Myth of Heterosexuality
    Zaid Al Baset
       
  • Claiming Citizenship, Contesting Civility The Institutional LGBT Movement and the Regulation of Gender/ Sexual Dissidence in West Bengal, India
    Aniruddha Dutta
        
  • Disrupting the Dinner Table Re thinking the ‘Queer Movement’ in Contemporary India
    Ashley Tellis
         
  • Unlearning Human Rights and False Grand Dichotomies: Indonesian Archipelagic Selves Beyond Sexual/ Gender Universality.
    Vanja Hamzic
       
  • Asking For It: Erotic Asphyxiation and the Limitations of Sexual Consent
    Ingrid Olson
       
  • ‘Paradoxes of Visibility’: Lesbian and Gay Parents in the Australian Print Media
    Damien W. Riggs
       
  • Resisting, Demanding, Negotiating and Being: The Role of Scandals in the Everyday Lives of Argentinean Travestis
    María Soledad Cutuli
       
  • Queer Politics in Spain: There is Life After Same Sex Marriage Legislation
    Susana López Penedo

       

Book Review
  

  • ‘Split Decisions: How and Why to take a Break from Feminism’ by Janet Halley
    Saptarshi Mandal
       
      
  • ‘For the Record: On Sexuality and the Colonial Archive in India’ by Anjali Arondekar
     Lakshmi Arya
     

Articles
 

  • ‘Faith’ in Law’
    Ratna Kapur
      
  • Constitution as Fundamental Law Preserving its Identity With Change
    Mahendra Pal Singh
       
  • Constitutional Right to Access to Basic Amenities Perspectives on Limits of Law in Social Empowerment
    Parmanand Singh
       
  • Public Health Priority Hazards of Tobacco Consumption, Legal Response and the Need for its Effective Implementation
    Ajay Pandey
       
  • Judicial Independence Is it Threatened?
    J. S. Verma
        
  • Independence of Judiciary In Search of Conceptual Clarity
    P.  Puneeth  

Articles

  

  • Locating the Rule of Law in Asia Justice
    V. R. Krishna Iyer
      
  • Does Law Matter in Japan? The Emerging Role of Law, Lawyers, and Legal Institutions in the Revitalization of Japan
    Gerald Paul McAlinn
      
  • Erasing the Non Judicial Narrative: Victim Testimonies at the Khmer Rouge Tribunal
    Mahdev Mohan & Vani Sathisan
        
  • The Constitution of China: What Purpose Does it (Not) Serve
    Surya Deva
       
  • Chinese Policies in Tibet: Should India Remain Concerned
    Michael C. Davis
        
  • Charting Corporate and Financial Governance in Korea in the New Decade: World Bank and IMF Reports
    Young Cheol & David K. Jeong
      
  • Independent Directors and their Constraints in China and India
    Umakanth Varottil  

  • The Changing Scope of Human Rights in the Context of Counter Terrorism in Singapore: A comparative Perspective
    Sarah Shi & Ronald Wong
     
  • A Review of China’s Anti Monopoly Law
    Gu Minkang & Chen Bing
         

Book Review

  • Legal Education in Asia: Globalization, Change and Contexts
    Suvrajyoti Gupta
     

Articles
 

  • Knowledge-Based Policing: India and the Global Revolution in Crime Prevention
    Lawrence W. Sherman
       
  • Legal Transplants Western Legal Transplants and India
    Jean Louis Halperin
       
  • Legal Transplants Legal Transplants and Codification Exploring the North American Sources of the Civil Code of Argentina 1871
    Agustin Parise
       
  • Human Rights Law, Policy, and Implementation The Responsibility to Protect Watershed or Old Wine in a New Bottle?
    Stephen P Marks Nicholas Cooper
        
  • Human Rights Law, Policy, and Implementation TRIPS and Human Rights The Case of India Subramanya
    Sirish Tamvada
         
  • Human Rights Globalizing Labor Standards The Developed Developing Divide
    Supriyo Routh
         
  • Human Rights: How to Better Infuse Gender into the Human Rights Council’s Universal Periodic Review Process?
    Jeremy Sarkin
       
  • Foundations of Constitutionalism: Justice for All: A Better Path to Global Firearms Control
    David B. Kopel , Paul Gallant & Joanne D. Eisen
        
  • Foundations of Constitutionalism: The True Foundation of Judicial Review: A View from Nigeria
    A.T. Shehu
       
  • Foundations of Constitutionalism: A Lockean Defense of the Political Question Doctrine’s Application in War Powers Cases
    Matthew Jordan Cochran
       
  • Refining the Methodology of Rights Based Monitoring: The Role of Human Rights Indicators
    Y.S.R. Murthy
       

Book Review
  
Sen v. Rawls
Nathan Rehn
  

Articles
 

  • Courts, Institutions, and Access to Justice Courts in a Democracy
    Peter H Schuck
     
  • Courts, Institutions, and Access to Justice The Independence of the Judiciary Separation from the Executive
    Mahendra P. Singh
      
  • Courts, Institutions, and Access to Justice Legitimacy and Accountability in Global Regulatory Governance Global Administrative Law and Developing Countries
    Richard B.Stewart
     
  • Courts, Institutions, and Access to Justice ::”To the Listed Field The Myth of Litigious India
    Marc Galanter
     
  • Courts, Institutions, and Access to Justice Combating Financing of Terrorism Legislative Initiatives in India
    A. Francis Julian 


  • Equality, Social Exclusion, and Women’s Rights Tension Between Equality and Affirmative Action An Overview
    Parmanand Singh
     
  • Equality, Social Exclusion, and Women’s Rights: Continuing the Colonial Tradition of Social Exclusion Through the Penal Measures in India 
    B.B. Pande

       
  • Equality, Social Exclusion, and Women’s Rights: Redressing Women’s Rights Violations Through the Judiciary
    Avani Mehta Sood
     
  • Equality, Social Exclusion, and Women’s Rights: The Law of Sexual Harassment in China
    D.K. Srivastava & Minkang Gu
      
  • Corporate Governance, Trade, and Environment: Corporate Governance in India: Past, Present and Future?
    Vikram aditya Khanna
      
  • Corporate Governance, Trade, and Environment: Regional Trading Agreements: Need for a Coherent Policy Framework for India’s Negotiating Strategy
    Anuradha R.V.
      
  • Corporate Governance, Trade, and Environment: India’s Constitutional Challenge: A Less Visible Climate Change Catastrophe
    Deepa Badrinarayana
      
  • Corporate Governance, Trade, and Environment: Dying to Dine: A Story of the Suicidal Indian Farmers
     Srividhya Ragavan
     
  • Legal Education: Legal Education Reform in India: Dialogue Among Indian Law Teachers
    Jane E. Schukoske