United States District Court Case Provides Potential for Paradigm Shift in Surveillance Practices

James N. Hendershot discusses the importance of Klayman v. Obama decision regarding future National Security Agency surveillance practices.

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.

Perspectives on Film: Bollywood and International Copyright Infringement

Richard Guerra discusses the relationship between Hollywood and Bollywood regarding copyright law.

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.

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.

Three Questions Congress Must Ask on Syria

Photo Credit: Brendan Smialowski/AFP/Getty Images[1] By: Scott Stedjan President Obama surprised many in the foreign policy world last week when he decided to seek Congressional authorization for a military strike against Syria. Some in Congress welcomed the decision, while others, such as Congressman Peter King (R-NY) argued that ‚ÄúPresident Obama is abdicating his responsibility as […]

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