It gives us immense pleasure to get published book on one of the
untouched topics of academic excellence; a topic the significance of which in this
continuously changing world of Globalisation and Urbanization cannot be denied.
We are pleased to roll out our book on Global Administrative Law. The scheme of
the book starts from research paper contributed by the Editor-in-chief Dr.
MOHMMAD. AHMAD and Mr. HARSH RAJ JAISWAL on GLOBAL
ADMINISTRATION OF INFORMATION COMMUNICATION
TECHNOLOGY- NEED FOR CONVERGENCE. The theme of their paper rolls
from giving an outlook to various horizons of Convergence in older sense to
throwing light upon new horizons of Digital Convergence and the imminent and
urgent need of Convergence Laws. According to the authors, obliged by new
elements of electronic advancement fresh out of the new way to deal with
regulations in the cyberspace would be vital.
The research paper contributed by Mr. SAKSHAM AGARWAL and Mr.
SHREET RAJ JAISWAL on DIMENSIONS OF GLOBAL ADMINISTRATIVE
LAW, talks about global administrative law generally, its concepts, sources,
features and dimensions. The paper also talks about why global administrative law
is not recognised as separate module of study and its boundaries potentials limits
to universality. The next paper in the line is of Mr. SACHIN VERMA and Mr.
VINAY KUMAR YADAV on ANALYSIS OF SEPARATION OF POWERS IN
GLOBAL SPACE. The paper focuses upon the concept of Separation of power
and its emphasis in Globalising world by throwing light upon the practise of
Separation of powers in different countries like UK, USA, Australia and India.
Also, the paper focuses on the check and balances and the criticism of this
concept. Moving on further, paper by Dr. R.K. VERMA on MAINTENANCE OF
INTERNATIONAL PEACE AND SECURITY AND MISUSE OF VETO
POWERS BY PERMANENT MEMBERS OF THE UNITED NATIONS
SECURITY COUNCIL, which talks about the face of terrorism viz. State
Sponsored Terrorism of the neighbouring State/States and this practise has taken
form of proxy war. India being the main adversary and enemy in the eyes of
Pakistan since Independence is worst affected by terrorism acts initiated from their
soil as it shares its border with it. Further it talks about the veto power of UN and
opines that it is proving to be a major barrier to the very aims and objectives of the
UN in first place. Next is paper by Dr. VIPIN KUMAR MISHRA on CAUSE