Archive | May, 2013

News: May 30, 2013

Here is what is happening in international law and policy this Thursday, May 30, 2013:

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News: May 23, 2013

Here is what is happening in international law and policy this Tuesday, May 21, 2013:

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News: May 21, 2013

Here is what is happening in international law and policy this Tuesday, May 21, 2013:

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News: May 20, 2013

Here is what is happening in international law and policy this Monday, May 20, 2013:

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News: May 16, 2013

Here is what is happening in international law and policy this Thursday, May 16, 2013:

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Angela Merkel and David Cameron

How Germany Surpassed Great Britain … Economically At Least

In the wake of Prime Minister David Cameron’s call for a voter referendum on Britain’s membership in the EU, new grassroots groups have sprung up supporting a renegotiation of Britain’s EU membership.[1]  While Britain considers removing itself from the EU entirely, Germany has emerged as a powerful leader in the EU.  Some scholars have gone […]

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Critical Analysis: Bangladeshi Garment Factory Nightmares

  A woman was recently pulled out of the rubble of an eight-story building that collapsed in Dhaka, Bangladesh.  She was alive and had survived, buried in the rubble, for seventeen days.  She was one of the fortunate ones who survived this deadly industrial accident with a death toll of over one thousand people and […]

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Critical Analysis: Judge Overturns Acquittal in Amanda Knox Murder Trial

The Amanda Knox saga is far from over, as Italy’s highest court overturned a judgment of acquittal and has ordered a new trial. The initial conviction, which came in 2009 in Perugia, Italy, followed a highly publicized and sensationalized trial. After deliberating for 12 hours, a jury convicted  Knox and her boyfriend, Raffaele Sollecito, for […]

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Critical Analysis: International Murder Conspiracy?

Last summer, a seemingly ordinary American died under suspicious circumstances in Singapore. Shane Todd, a recent PhD candidate in electrical engineering, had gone to Singapore to work for the government’s sponsored research center, Institute of Microelectronics (IME). A few days before his death, Todd had accepted a new position with the US technology firm, Nuvotronics. […]

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Kiobel and the Future International Human Rights

The recent United States Supreme Court decision dismissing all the plaintiffs’ claims in Kiobel v. Royal Dutch Petroleum has drawn attention and mixed reactions from the international human rights community.  The Kiobel decision closed the shop for foreign plaintiffs suing foreign defendants for alleged torts committed abroad. Many international scholars, such as Second Circuit Judge […]

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