Archive for
December, 2006

Juan Cole on Saddam’s Execution

by Kevin Jon Heller

Saddam Executed

by Kevin Jon Heller

Saddam’s Execution Imminent

by Kevin Jon Heller

Abandoned Blogs

by Peter Spiro

Gerald Ford and the Helsinki Accords

by Roger Alford

Empires in the Middle East, 3000 BCE to 2006 CE

by Kevin Jon Heller

Visa Restrictions and Big Business

by Kevin Jon Heller

Immigration Politics: It’s Not About Citizenship

by Peter Spiro

Who Needs Belgium?

by Peter Spiro

Posner in Second Life

by Roger Alford

The Power of Empathy

by Kevin Jon Heller

The Global Perils of Christmas

by Roger Alford

A Parisian Suburb and Philadelphia Politics

by Peter Spiro

Person of the Year

by Roger Alford

Wielding International Law as a Sword: The Growing Case for Prosecuting Ahmadinejad for Inciting Genocide

by Julian Ku

Born and Rutledge’s International Civil Litigation in the United States

by Julian Ku

The Wizard of Oz Is a Political Allegory?

by Kevin Jon Heller

Mute Swans, Non-Abrogation, and Charming Betsy

by Roger Alford

American Episcopalians Breaking Away — to Africa

by Peter Spiro

Kaye & LaMotte on “Pacts Americana” and the New Congress

by Chris Borgen

The Necessary and Proper Treaty Clause

by Roger Alford

Chat with the WTO Director-General!

by Julian Ku

Foreign Service Exam Revamp: But Are the Glory Days Irretrievably Lost?

by Peter Spiro

The Bush Administration’s Unreasonable Interpretation of CAT

by Kevin Jon Heller

Reason #344 to Love New Zealand

by Kevin Jon Heller

More Evidence that Blair Lied About Iraq

by Kevin Jon Heller

Iraqi Government Interferes with the Cassation Panel

by Kevin Jon Heller

Ban Ki-Moon Sworn in as UN Secretary-General

by Roger Alford

Federal Court Rules on Chabad’s Claim to Priceless Jewish Works

by Roger Alford

Israeli High Court Finds “Targeted Killings” Can Be Legal Under Customary International Law

by Julian Ku

Mengistu Convicted of Genocide in Absentia

by Kevin Jon Heller

New Essay on SSRN

by Kevin Jon Heller

No Surprise But Now Substantiated Dept: Foreign Litigants Lose More in US Courts

by Peter Spiro

District Court dismisses Hamdan case

by Derek Jinks

Holocaust Deniers’ “New Lease on Life”

by Roger Alford

NAFTA Remains Constitutional – At Least For Now

by Julian Ku

A New Restatement on Foreign Relations Law?

by Duncan Hollis

Another Welcome Casualty of the Midterm Elections: Efforts to Scale Back Birthright Citizenship

by Peter Spiro

Eric Muller’s Message to the Iranian Holocaust Deniers

by Kevin Jon Heller

2006 Weblog Awards

by Kevin Jon Heller

Welcome to Guest Blogger Derek Jinks

by Peter Spiro

Transparency International Corruption Index

by Roger Alford

MCA’s Paquete Habana Declaration?

by Roger Alford

German Law Translation Bleg

by Julian Ku

Goodbye Pinochet

by Julian Ku

Kofi Annan and the View from Independence, Missouri

by Chris Borgen

McGinnis and Somin on Customary International Law

by Roger Alford

Dodge on Sosa

by Roger Alford

Jeane Kirkpatrick Dead at 80

by Roger Alford

Leonardo DiCaprio: The International Law Angle

by Peter Spiro

More on Second Life

by Roger Alford

The Real Problem with Hamdan v. Rumsfeld

by Julian Ku

Lawless Virtual World

by Roger Alford

Even Better than being Harvard’s President: Having Your Own “Bobblehead” Doll

by Julian Ku

Internationalists on Short-List for Harvard Presidency

by Peter Spiro

Justice O’Connor and the Iraq Study Group

by Roger Alford

The Art of Packaging the News, UK-Style

by Kevin Jon Heller

Why You Can’t Fly Air France Between London and New York

by Julian Ku

New Citizenship Test: Patrick Henry Out, Ben Franklin In

by Peter Spiro

The Law of the Moon? The U.S. Plans to Establish Permanent Moon Base

by Julian Ku

U.S.: Odd Man Out on Same-Sex Marriage?

by Peter Spiro

Reviving the Draft: Not Now, Not Ever

by Peter Spiro

Steve Clemons on Bolton’s Resignation

by Kevin Jon Heller

Written Verdict in Saddam’s Trial Finally Available

by Kevin Jon Heller

Goodbye Ambassador Bolton

by Julian Ku

Constitutional Comparativism and the Voluntary School Integration Cases

by Roger Alford

Cheating the Hangman?

by Kevin Jon Heller

Thanks to Guest Blogger Janet Levit

by Peter Spiro

U.S. May Sue the E.U. Over Greenhouse Gas Limits on Airlines

by Julian Ku

The Message Behind Ahmadinejad’s Letter

by Roger Alford