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The Melting Arctic: An Opportunity to Cool Down Tensions

  • Pete Souza

    Republicans Fail in Attempt at a Civics Lecture to Iranian Leaders

  • Drone

    The U.S. and International Law: Q&A with Binoy Kampmark

  • Jonathan Pedneault

    International Law is Inadequate when it comes to Protecting Journalists from Savagery

  • Ali Abbas/EPA

    Conflicts Blur the Line Between Soldiers and Civilians

  • Luong Thai Linh/EPA

    Beijing Stumbles in Vietnam

  • Google

    From Fixation to Fixture: The Australian Border Force

  • Justin Norman

    The Creeping Hand of Repression: Indefinite Military Detention and the NDAA

  • Mark Garten

    Legal Questions of Russia’s Intervention in Ukraine

  • Adam Lau

    Whaling Contradictions: Japan, Australia and the International Court of Justice

  • RIA Novosti

    The Deal that Brought Ukraine to the Brink

    and 03.20.14
  • Eskinder Debebe

    Crimea Joins Russia, what International Law Suggests

  • Official Website

    Iran’s Case against Stuxnet

  • Tech Week Europe

    The Wild West of Cyberwarfare

  • Pete Souza

    Unmanned Aerial Drones: If Kill You Must…

  • Reuters

    Is the ICC Guilty of Hunting Africans?

  • Pete Souza

    The Putin Reflex: Tangoing on the Corpse of International Law

  • Casmaron

    Totem and Taboo: The Non-Closure of Guantánamo

  • Mark Garten

    Coping with the Challenges of Terrorism and International Law

  • J Carrier

    The Role of the ICC in the Arab-Israeli Conflict

  • Ali Ali/EPA

    Gaza Ceasefire Leaves Unclear Picture of the Prospect for Peace

  • Pete Souza

    Rethinking Afghanistan After a Decade