International Law, Political Commentary

Syria: Ingenuine Motives Behind USA, UK and France Willingness to Adopt Military Response

Motivated by failure nationally on key policy issues, each of the leaders of the P3 are looking for an effective distraction. A central consideration for DT is to show that he is a commander-in-chief and able to make war like the best of them. The midterm elections are around the corner and recent congressional races have clearly pointed to the dangers of losing base voters.

Background papers, International Law, Political Commentary

International Law and Exceptionalism: Russia and the US

The ravages of World War II had put a finer point on the need for the emergent community of nations to maintain a strong collective commitment to international norms and conventions. This created the bedrock for the United Nations and the international legal system in the immediate aftermath. Challenges quickly emerged as Communism and religious… Continue reading International Law and Exceptionalism: Russia and the US

Background papers

Syria Seven Years Later: No Comment

I defer to the perfect written statement from the Responsibility to Protect (G2P) IGO. Here it is ... there are no words to describe the sorrow and regret that I have for what is happening in Syria. Please read this: Quote: This Thursday, 15 March, will mark seven years of deadly conflict in Syria. Since… Continue reading Syria Seven Years Later: No Comment