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Death Penalty: A Global Context

  • Sanjeev P. SahniEmail author
  • Mohita Junnarkar
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Abstract

The death penalty is like no other punishment. Its continued existence in the world creates political and civil tensions in many countries. The citizens of this world are divided in their stance on the capital punishment.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Jindal Institute of Behavioural SciencesO. P. Jindal Global UniversitySonipatIndia

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