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Pakistan has sometimes been referred to as a “failing state,” given its economic, sectarian, and terrorism challenges. However, a close look at Pakistan’s economy — Read more
As the Iran nuclear negotiations approach the endgame, Iran has backpedaled away from previous concessions and dug in its heels on critical aspects of the — Read more
Co-hosted byA prevailing myth asserts that there is no American conservative tradition. In truth, conservatism in America, as one early-twentieth-century politician said, is “as — Read more
Panel I (11:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.)Michael Carvin, Jones Day; Oral advocate in King v. BurwellJohn Elwood, Vinson & Elkins; Oral advocate in Elonis v. — Read more
What do ISIS’s rise in Iraq and Syria and Iran’s new-found power and growing sphere of influence in the region portend for the broader Middle — Read more
Magna Carta – the Great Charter – is one of the foundational documents in Anglo-American legal history. Ironically, it began, not as a statement — Read more
A woman demonized by the left and sanctified by the right, there has always been a religious undercurrent to discussions of Margaret Thatcher. While — Read more
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