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22 Apr 2024, 1:06 am by INFORRM
The United States has provided assurances that Julian Assange would not receive the death penalty in the event that he is extradited. [read post]
21 Apr 2024, 7:44 am by Just Security
by Joana de Andrade Pacheco (@_JoanaPacheco) United Nations – Srebrenica Genocide Critical UN Move: Draft Resolution Confronts Genocide Denial in the Balkans by Leon Hartwell (@LeonHartwell) and Hikmet Karčić (@hikmet_karcic) Podcast: Presidential Immunity The Just Security Podcast: United States v. [read post]
20 Apr 2024, 8:18 am by Eugene Volokh
Undoubtedly, history as taught to most in the United States has been from a nationalistic and [E]urocentric perspective. [read post]
16 Apr 2024, 4:27 pm by Eugene Volokh
George Logan, a state legislator who traveled to France in 1798 to try to negotiate an end to the France-America Quasi-War. [read post]
15 Apr 2024, 2:31 am by INFORRM
United States On 11 April 2024, the Colorado Court of Appeals found that Section 230 immunity applied to two retweets from Donald Trump and his son about a Dominion Voting employee that said he was going to make sure Trump would not win the 2020 election, Coomer v Donald J. [read post]
11 Apr 2024, 9:48 pm by Hugh Rennie
Supreme Court decision in West Virginia v. [read post]
7 Apr 2024, 9:05 pm by renholding
For many business economists and legal academics, the purpose of any business organization is simply stated: to maximize profits. [read post]
7 Apr 2024, 4:37 pm by INFORRM
United States The United States District Court for the Northern District of California issued its decision to grant the Center for Countering Digital Hate’s (CCDH) motion to strike out under an anti-SLAPP statute in the case of X CCDH. [read post]
5 Apr 2024, 9:30 pm by ernst
Joy Milligan and Bertrall Ross, UVA Law, “discuss how we should interpret a Constitution that was not written for or drafted by ‘We the People,” on the Sidebar podcast.Prairie View A&M history professor Ronald Goodwin discussed the early Republic and how Americans tried to define equality and interpret the Constitution in the first decades of the United States. [read post]