Tag: ESSAYS

Access to Justice: A Societal, democratic, economic, and human rights issue

Over the years, we have made progress. Organizations like the Access Pro Bono Society of British Columbia have stepped in to help fill a need. The Society has brought together lawyers, legal professionals, and students to provide quality legal services to people and organizations with limited means, for free.

Are Dynamic Shifts Underway in the Indian Economy- An Essay

HIGHER JUDICIAL SERVICE EXAMINATION

To move away from this preoccupation with the uncertain present and reflect on some dynamic shifts that are underway in the Indian economy. we have to recognise  that some dynamic shifts have been taking place incipiently for some time. Again in order to recognise and evaluate these shifts for their potential in shaping our future, one needs to step back a bit and take a more medium-term perspective.

India’s Foreign Policy: An overview of core objectives, Fundamental principles and current priorities

The first and overarching objective of India’s Foreign Policy –like that of any other country-is to secure its national interests. The scope of “national interests” is fairly wide. In our case it includes for instance: securing our borders to protect territorial integrity, countering cross-border terrorism, energy security, food security, cyber security.In short, the first objective is to protect India from traditional and non-traditional threats.

What Is Democracy: Bertrand Russell 1953

Worship of government is the modern form of idolatry and is exceedingly dangerous. Far the most effective antidote to it is the two-party system. I lived in America under Roosevelt, and most of the people that I met considered him a dangerous lunatic. I did not agree with them in this, but I thought it thoroughly wholesome that people should have this opinion of the Head of State.

An Essay on Modern Education-Jonathan Swift-1740

The current opinion prevails, that the study of Greek and Latin is loss of time; that public schools, by mingling the sons of noblemen with those of the vulgar, engage the former in bad company; that whipping breaks the spirits of lads well born; that universities make young men pedants; that to dance, fence, speak French, and know how to behave yourself among great persons of both sexes, comprehends the whole duty of a gentleman.

Pressure Groups, Special Interests, and the Constitution: James M. Buchanan 1962

Most attempts to examine the role of pressure groups have bogged down in their efforts to define the “public interest.” If this cannot, in fact, be defined, it becomes impossible to determine, even conceptually, the extent to which the activity of special-interest groups either advances or retards progress toward the “general welfare.” Analysis becomes impossible without a well-defined criterion.

OF ELOQUENCE

Those who consider the periods and revolutions of humankind, as represented in history, are entertained with a spectacle full of pleasure and variety, and see with surprise the manners, customs, and opinions […]