A Call to Arms: Responsible Marine Wildlife Conservation and Fishery Management

“From birth, man carries the weight of gravity on his shoulders. He is bolted to Earth. But man has only to sink beneath the surface and he is free.” -Jacques Yves Costeau   Earth is comprised of approximately… Read More

To Arbitrate or not to Arbitrate: An Analysis on the Continued Viability of Arbitration In Settling International Commercial Disputes

Over the years, international commercial arbitration has been the prevalent method used in settling international commercial disputes.[i] However, as of recently, the international corporate community has begun to view arbitration as no longer being as time and cost… Read More

U.S. Compliance and the ICCPR

Modern democracy originated largely from the Lockean idea that people formed governments to preserve rights of life, liberty and property.[1] This idea that people were born with natural rights derived from natural law “heavily influenced the thinking of… Read More

Child Marriage in Africa

More than 40 percent of African girls face the prospect of child marriage. Meaning, that these girls will be married before reaching the age of 18. The Human Rights Watch has been calling attention to this phenomenon and… Read More

Argentina’s New President and Economic Reform

For the first time in 14 years, the people of Argentina said “no” to the Peronist regime and elected a conservative, non-Peronist as president. Mauricio Macri was sworn in as president of the country on December 10th and… Read More