How the Ukraine Crisis Has Affected Arguments For and Against Exporting American Natural Gas

Richard Guerra explores US natural gas export procedure in relation to Russia’s actions in Ukraine.

The Globalization of Competition Law: Uncertainty of Enforcement and the Google Case Study

Aaron L. Schwartz looks at cases Google faces regarding national competition laws.

The European Commission and Competition Litigation: Embracing Private Enforcement through Collective Actions

Aaron Schwartz discusses how the European Commission attempts to address violations of EU law.

Authentic Desires and Internal Constraints

Kaini Li discusses the philosophical aspect of freedom and how it plays an integral part in international affairs.

Modernizing the Convening Authority: Striking a Balance Between Command Control And Individual Rights Under the UCMJ

Ben Haight looks at some possible reforms for the U.S. military judicial system.

The U.S. Government Shutdown Damaged America’s Standing In The International Community

Richard Guerra looks at how the international community views the U.S. after its recent government shutdown.

Food for Thought: The North Korea Situation

In the op-ed by Jan Burnett, Jan delves into the various perspectives of states who have a vested interest in North Korea.

We Lend You Peace!

In the op-ed by Jin Ju Kim, she discusses the impact mercenaries have had, especially in Sierra Leone.

On the Verge of Another Korean War?

In the editorial by Garrett Redfield, he sheds light on some of the recent rhetoric from North Korea.

“Raat Main Bhee Aazadi, Din Main Bhee Aazadi”

In the op-ed by S. Gouri Srinidhi, she discusses the need to address the unequal treatment of women in India.

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