CFR Symposium on International Law and Justice, Session Two: U.S. Engagement in the International Legal System
What can we expect of the next administration, both in terms of its response to mass atrocities and its position toward international law more generally? What steps will the next president take to shape the international legal order - and America's place within it?
The Fog of Law: The Need for a Legal Framework for Twenty-First Century Security Policy [Rush Transcript; Federal News Service, Inc.]
Congresswoman Jane Harman (D-CA) discusses the eroding rule of law with which the United States government operates regarding intelligence-gathering, torture, and surveillance. By establishing a fair and clear legal framework, all branches of government may work together through bipartisanship in fighting terrorism and apprehending suspected terrorists.
C. Peter McColough Series on International Economics: Antitrust in the European Union and the United States [Rush Transcript; Federal News Service, Inc.]
Neelie Kroes discusses recent developments in competition policy and antitrust enforcement.