[Subscription Required] Judicial restraint is a virtue more honored in the breach. At least, we tend to honor it more when the other side is breaching it. We bemoan the lack of judicial restraint that leads judges to negate laws we favor, then cheer when judges negate laws we see as unconstitutional.
New legal challenges to the Supreme Court’s Roe v. Wade precedent; and legal debates and litigation over the scope of Congress’s investigative powers and the options for presidential immunity against such investigations.
Once again I’m late to the game, in this instance only now binge-watching The Crown – the lavish (and, at times, historically challenged) Netflix series about the last seven decades of the British royals.
[Subscription Required] Aparadox is playing out in India. The country is abandoning Western values at a time when it is closer strategically to the West, and to the U.S. in particular, than it has ever been.
Donald Trump is likely to go down as the president who lost Russia. Not for lack of trying to make good with Moscow. In fact, it is because he has tried so hard to make it right and to pursue a personal and respectful relationship with Vladimir Putin that his ability to make any meaningful deals with Russia is doomed.
A conference in Taiwan has been told that China's communist government is increasingly using so-called 'sharp power' to stymie international scrutiny of its poor human rights record, including the Tiananmen Square massacre of 1989.
On Tuesday, Associate Deputy Attorney General Sujit Raman delivered the following remarks to the ABA Rule of Law Initiative annual conference in a speech entitled “The Rule of Law in the Age of Great Power Competition in Cyberspace.”
Julian Assange, the Australian national who founded WikiLeaks, was indicted Thursday for soliciting classified information from an American whistle-blower in 2010 and publishing sensitive military files as well as State Department cables.
New Jersey’s current total pension liability is $115 billion, making it one of the worst-funded pension systems in the country. To put this in perspective, New Jersey’s pension debt exceeds its $37.4 billion annual budget. The state pension system covers nearly 800,000 current and retired public employees.
Thirty years ago this week, thousands of students occupied Tiananmen Square in the heart of Beijing, engaging in a hunger strike to call for political and economic reform. Other citizens across the country –professors, workers, even Communist Party cadres — were slowly joining in their demands for democracy and transparency.