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Critical Analysis: Determining the Boundaries of the Internet

08 October 2014

Cloud Computing and Internet Surveillance Since the rise of the internet, lawmakers and courts have struggled to create legal rules for a computer network that disregards geographical boundaries. Issues concerning internet governance have only grown more complex with the recent trend towards cloud computing and revelations of internet surveillance by government agencies. U.S. companies host […]

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Judge Masipa delivers her judgment in the Oscar Pistorius murder trial. Image Source: Reuters.

Oscar Pistorius Verdict: Judicial Criticism and Uncertain Sentencing

06 October 2014

On September 12, South African paralympian Oscar Pistorius was found guilty of culpable homicide in the death of his girlfriend, model and law graduate, Reeva Steenkamp. Acquitting Pistorius on the charge of murder, Judge Thokozile Masipa handed down the manslaughter-equivalent finding in the North Gauteng High Court. Pistorius, 27, was released on bail and will […]

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Critical Analysis: Gaza Conflict, Palestine, and the ICC

06 October 2014

After a cease-fire ended the fifty day war between Gaza and Israel, Palestine wants to bring charges against Israeli individuals for war crimes and crimes against humanity. Therefore, Palestine has an important decision to make: become a state to the Rome Statute, which grants the ICC jurisdiction, or remain a non-member observer state and submit […]

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Uncertainty of U.S. Government Intervention over ISIS

06 October 2014

One of the predominant issues in recent world news has been the current actions of the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIS) and the tensions that the U.S. and Syria now face in response to those actions.  The issue is not new, especially since the ISIS group has prospered since U.S. troops left […]

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What Ebola Means for West Africa and the World

06 October 2014

*UPDATE: This article was written on August 27, 2014. As of October 3, 2014, the CDC estimates the number of people that have died from contracting ebola in the current outbreak has increased to 3,439, and the number of people sickened by ebola (as measured by laboratory confirmed cases) has increased to 4,108. Additionally, the […]

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Meriam Ibrahim’s Case Shines Light on the Darkness of Apostasy Laws

21 July 2014

The tragedy of Meriam Ibrahim, the 27-year old Sudanese Christian who was convicted of apostasy on May 15, should be familiar by now. On Tuesday, June 9, an appeals court in Khartoum began reconsidering her sentence. The appellate court overturned her conviction on June 23 and released Meriam from prison. Less than 24 hours after […]

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The Climate is Changing too Fast for a Purely Environmental Perspective to Remedy the Changes

09 May 2014

  The IPCC reports that financial and economic views must also be taken. As the Paris Convention for a new climate change regime approaches in 2015, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change’s (“IPCC”) release of the final volume of their Fifth Assessment Report on Climate Change on April 15, 2014, is important in shaping the […]

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The Chemical Weapons Convention: Preventative Measures Against Horror (Part 3 of 3)

07 May 2014

This is the third blog post in a series of three blog posts discussing how the Chemical Weapons Convention prevents the use of chemical weapons through proactive measures by prohibiting both the use of and the preparation to use chemical weapons.  The first blog post described key features of the Chemical Weapons Convention.  The second […]

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Critical Analysis: The World is Taking Notice of Boko Haram

06 May 2014

With the abduction of more than 200 schoolgirls last month, the bombing in a bus station on April 14 that killed 71 and injured 124, and a car bombing on May 1st, the international community is waking up to the horrors of Boko Haram. A militant Islamist group, Boko Haram was initially founded as a […]

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The Chemical Weapons Convention: Preventative Measures Against Horror (Part 2 of 3)

05 May 2014

This is the second blog post in a series of three blog posts discussing how the Chemical Weapons Convention prevents the use of chemical weapons through proactive measures by prohibiting both the use of and the preparation to use chemical weapons.  The first blog post described key features of the Chemical Weapons Convention.  This second […]

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