Dual Nationality Poses Double the Problems for Iranian-Americans

In December 2015, Congress passed a new Visa Waiver Program, which included substantial restrictions for travel between the U.S. and Iran for Iranian-Americans who have dual nationality.[1] Under the previous Visa Waiver Program, individuals from certain countries were able… Read More

“Yes? Do You Have Full Capacity and Freedom To Say So?”

Rape is an especially horrid and heinous crime and something must be done to curtail the number of rapes occurring throughout the globe. The UN estimates that, globally, “one in five women will be a victim of a… Read More

The International Megan’s Law and the Need for Reciprocation

On February 4, 2016, H.R. 515, International Megan’s Law to Prevent Child Exploitation and Other Sexual Crimes through Advanced Notification of Traveling Sex Offenders, was presented to President Barack Obama.[i] On February 8, President Obama signed the bill… Read More

European Parliament’s Move to End Unjustified Geo-Blocking Leaves Questions Unanswered

Geo-blocking consists of blocking a person’s online access to goods, services or audiovisual content on the basis of territorial or geographical boundaries. The extent to which such actions are permissible in the EU remains an unresolved question. What exactly… Read More

Corruption and Bribery within FIFA: What’s Next for Soccer’s Governing Body

“They were expected to uphold the rules that keep soccer honest, and protect the integrity of the game. Instead, they corrupted the business of worldwide soccer to serve their interests and to enrich themselves.” -Loretta Lynch, United States… Read More