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Prosecuting Putin

 

 

By: Liana Brown April 25, 2022 There are rules for almost everything, and war is no exception. The rules of war are contained in international laws and agreements, such as the Geneva Conventions. In 1949, following the horrors of the Second World War, world leaders gathered in Switzerland to sign the Geneva Conventions, which were […]

 

 

Keeping IT Safe: Securing the Future of Cyberspace

 

 

By: Brandon Borino April 22, 2022 On March 21, 2022, President Biden released a statement emphasizing the importance of the nation’s cybersecurity due to the increasingly possible threat of Russian cyberattacks in response to the economic costs imposed by the United States on the Russian economy. While the Biden administration has attempted to take steps […]

 

 

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Prosecuting Putin

 

 

By: Liana Brown April 25, 2022 There are rules for almost everything, and war is no exception. The rules of war are contained in international laws and agreements, such as the Geneva Conventions. In 1949, following the horrors of the Second World War, world leaders gathered in Switzerland to sign the Geneva Conventions, which were […]

 

 

Keeping IT Safe: Securing the Future of Cyberspace

 

 

By: Brandon Borino April 22, 2022 On March 21, 2022, President Biden released a statement emphasizing the importance of the nation’s cybersecurity due to the increasingly possible threat of Russian cyberattacks in response to the economic costs imposed by the United States on the Russian economy. While the Biden administration has attempted to take steps […]

 

 

Russia’s Attacks on Ukraine are a Violation of International Law

 

 

By: Miriam Castillo April 21, 2022 Russia’s invasion of Ukraine violates Article 2(4) of the U.N. Charter, a central and important tenet of the charter that requires U.N. member states to refrain from the “use of force against the territorial integrity or political independence of any state.” Vladimir Putin’s goal was to overrun Ukraine and […]

 

 

Education Exodus: The Rise of Teacher Resignations

 

 

By: Mozelle Garcia April 20, 2022 Think back on your life and consider the people who have influenced you the most. You’re probably thinking of a parent or guardian, a sibling or friend. But think on who you really spent the majority of your days with when you were being molded into the person you […]

 

 

Impact of the Law of the Sea and its Exceptions on Russian Ships

 

 

By: Frederick Cushmore April 19, 2022 With Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, interesting issues of international Maritime Law are. Much of this comes from gaps existing in the law and the limits of national jurisdiction over the ocean. First is the issue of Turkey’s closure of the Turkish Straits (Bosporus and Dardanelles straits, between the Sea […]

 

 

 

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