State: The Judge, Jury and Executioner? Policy Dialectics: National Security and Human Rights

“Why are you making my innocent child stand in the rain even after his death?”. This line from  the Memories of a Father by T.V. Eachara Warrier points to the agony and deprivation caused by  arbitrary state action not only on the rights of an individual but also on their family and the larger  society. …

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