A summary of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit's ruling in Wikimedia v. NSA.
Amona and the Settlement Regularization Bill: The Politicization of Suffering and the Threat to the High Court
Even if Israel's new settlement law is eventually overturned, it will succeed in another of the settler movement's goals: weakening the Israeli judiciary.
A review of legal opinions by Judge Neil Gorsuch of the Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals, President Trump's pick to fill the ninth seat on the Supreme Court, on immigration, separation of powers, the Fourth Amendment, administrative law, international law, and foreign affairs.
This Week at the Military Commissions, 10/14 Session: Joint Defense Agreement? What Joint Defense Agreement?
Following a closed hearing on Thursday, Judge Pohl reconvenes the court in open session on Friday 10/14 for what quickly becomes a metaphysical discussion on the existence or lack thereof of a joint defense agreement.
Last week, the courts once again restricted the ability of terrorism victims to collect compensation, this time on grounds of personal jurisdiction.
Contrary to much of the apocalyptic speculation when the Iran nuclear agreement was first signed, the world has not, in fact, collapsed in the subsequent year. On Monday—a few days past the deal’s one-year anniversary—U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki Moon wrote to the U.N. Security Council:
In Israel, the army is more than just the shield of the state; it is the crucible in which children become citizens. Therefore military values must protect not only the people’s bodies, but also their souls.