Critical Analysis: Protests and Violence Continue in Venezuela

01 May 2014

Opponents of Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro continued to protest this past weekend, despite a controversial court ruling limiting protests in the troubled country. The Venezuelan Supreme Court ruling gives police the power to suspend protests that don’t have a permit. The ruling states that Article 68 of the Venezuelan Constitution, which provides for a right […]

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The Chemical Weapons Convention: Preventative Measures Against Horror (Part 1 of 3)

01 May 2014

This is the first 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.  This first blog post describes key features of the Chemical Weapons Convention.  The second […]

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Critical Analysis: The Lime Crisis of 2014

29 April 2014

The other day, I walked into a bar and ordered a gin and tonic. Instead of the customary lime wedge or wheel, my gin and tonic came equipped with a slice of orange. In response to my confused look, the server mumbled something about Mexican cartels. This piqued my interest and led me to discover […]

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One Size Won’t Fit All: Multinational Corporations’ Compliance with Privacy Regulations (Part 3 of 3)

29 April 2014

Part 3: Proposed Solutions This is the third and final post in a three-part blog post examining privacy issues confronting multinational corporations in a global economy. The first post explored privacy generally by analyzing privacy as the concept is understood and applied in the European Union, in China, and in the United States. The second […]

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Critical Analysis: Unmanned Aerial Vehicles – Unmanned with Unknown Targets

25 April 2014

Targets: Yemen.  Pakistan.  Somalia.  Afghanistan.  Libya.  Iraq.  Niger. International laws protect the right to life and drone strikes may well be breaking such laws by killing countless civilians.  There is a “near-certainty” standard that civilians will not become casualties but various sources indicate drone strikes occurring when the target was not in sight and when […]

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Aligning International Trade with Sustainable Development

25 April 2014

The New York Times Editorial Board recently published an article explaining the need for greater transparency and stricter environmental regulations in trade agreements. The Times missed the opportunity to explain the history of international trade and investment agreements and their tenuous relationship to sustainable development. With globalization has come greater intergovernmental cooperation, increased trade, and […]

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Defending the Damned (Part 1 of 3)

17 April 2014

This blog series was originally part of a reflection the author wrote comparing international criminal defense with domestic defense. To read the original post, visit the author’s personal blog at http://lawphilosophyart.blogspot.com/2014/03/defending-damned-closer-look-at.html. Part I of this blog series will explore Francois Roux’s defense strategy at the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia (ECCC, or Cambodia […]

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One Size Won’t Fit All: Multinational Corporations’ Compliance with Privacy Regulations (Part 2 of 3)

16 April 2014

Part 2: Privacy Approaches Applied This is the second post in a three-part blog post examining privacy issues confronting multinational corporations in a global economy. The first post explored privacy generally by analyzing privacy as the concept is understood and applied in the European Union, in China, and in the United States. This post will […]

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Critical Analysis: The Economic Impact of Russian Sanctions

15 April 2014

  Introduction The US is ready to impose further sanctions on Russia for its continuing activities in Ukraine, and the markets are once more faced with uncertainty. This announcement is the latest development in US and EU exchanges with Russia over events in Ukraine and suspected Russian involvement. In November 2013, Ukrainian President Victor Yanukovych […]

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One Size Won’t Fit All: Multinational Corporations’ Compliance with Privacy Regulations (Part 1 of 3)

09 April 2014

Part 1: What Does “Privacy” Mean? This is the first post in a three part series examining the issues multinational corporations face in complying with privacy regulations in the U.S. and abroad. This post will explore privacy generally by analyzing privacy as the concept is understood and applied in the European Union, in China, and […]

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