The Rise and Fall of the Right to Education for Afghan Women

On April 6, 2023, the White House released a twelve-page document which “outlines the key decisions and challenges surrounding the U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan.”[1] A sensitive topic given the hyper partisan nature of politics in the United States today. However, lost in this debate are discussions of those who have suffered the most from the … Read more

Bubbles: The Correlation of Law and Financial Policy

Over the centuries, economies across numerous nations have periodically been subject to asset price bubbles. An asset price bubble is a market phenomenon characterized by surges in asset prices to levels significantly above the fundamental value of that asset.[1] Dating back to the Dutch tulip mania bubble of the early 17th century, speculation drove the value of tulip bulbs to … Read more