Category Archives: Criminal Law

Does Democracy Promote or Reduce Transnational Terrorist Incidents ?

ABSTRACT The question of the linkage of democratic forms of government with the incidence of terrorist violence is explored. Distinguishing the presence of terrorist groups in a nation and violent terrorist events, and using multiple indicators of democratic development, evidence is presented clearly linking democracy with the presence of terrorist groups. Terrorist groups are less… Read More »

Principles of Criminal Law – Intention – an essential element of crime

ABSTRACT This research paper deals with various aspects of intention under criminal law. Intention is one of the essential elements for an act to constitute crime. Eventually this research paper identifies its research questions regarding Actus Reus and Mens Rea and on the aspect of proving intention. In other words intention may be called “Mens… Read More »