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News Post: What Will Russia Look Like Under the Next Putin Regime?

By: Breden Desmond Even with the foregone election of Prime Minister Vladimir Putin to a third term as Russian President, questions remain about what path Russia will take under the next Putin regime. Elected to his third term with 64 percent of the vote, it is unclear what path Putin will take for the next […]

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The Arab Spring

The Arab Spring: Should Americans Care?

This Saturday, the University of Denver Sturm College of Law will be holding its annual Sutton Colloquium.  This year’s topic is  “Arab Spring and Its Unfinished Business: Law & Policy Issues.” While the speakers and their academic interests are diverse, I think that all of the speakers should address one underlying and generally unasked question: […]

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Ambassador Robert Ford

News Post: Ambassador Robert Ford Pulled out of Syria

Last week, the United States pulled Ambassador Robert Ford from his post in Syria, raising more questions about the role of ambassadors in areas of unrest and the role of international law in protecting the safety of diplomats.  While not recalling him formally, Mr. Ford left Syria after “credible threats against his personal safety.”  Having […]

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