Jean Galbraith discusses the role international law plays in solving shared issues.
Scholar warns that the European Union’s biometric data collection of asylum seekers criminalizes immigration.
With new development finance definitions, the OECD seeks to enhance accountability in tracking foreign aid.
Around the world, administrative law promises to promote effective and legitimate government.
A recent federal report reveals the effects of increased scrutiny of foreign investment in the United States.
International nuclear oversight body condemns Russia for occupation of nuclear power plant and demands immediate withdrawal.
Scholar discusses the impact of NASA’s Artemis Accords on existing international space law.
Olympic rules must balance the right to freedom of expression with the neutrality of the games.
Audit report shows that, despite mandates and state financial support, EU airlines often failed to reimburse passengers.
A federal report reveals undisclosed foreign ties among some scientists, raising unique concerns.
Research comparing risk regulation in the United States and China reveals selective variations, not sharp contrasts.
Scholars posit that FCPA regulation may improve economic conditions in developing countries.