U.S. Ratchets Up Iran Sanctions and Enforcement Actions

The U.S. Government has restricted activities with Iran since the U.S. Embassy was seized in Tehran in 1979.  In 2012, the United States continued to ratchet up sanctions against Iran as part of a continued effort to curb the country’s nuclear activities and to further actions taken against Iran since 2006.  By placing economic pressure … Read more

Panel: Corporate Social Responsibility, Sustainability and Human Rights

On April 14th the Denver Journal of International Law and Policy, in conjunction with the Ved Nanda Center hosted a Symposium, Emerging Issues in International Law, as part of a celebration commemorating DJILP’s 40th Anniversary and honoring Professor Ved Nanda.  The first afternoon panel featured a mix of professors, business people and practitioners that spoke … Read more

Long-Term International and US Foreign Policy Implications of the Arab Spring

Barack Obama & the Arab Spring

Panalists Dr. Paul Williams, a Professor at American University, Lt. Col. Rachel VanLandingham of the United States Air Force, and Dr. Robert Hazan, a Professor at Metropolitan State College of Denver discussed the international and U.S. policy implications of the Arab Spring in a late afternoon panel of the Sutton Colloquium.  Dr. Williams started off … Read more