Monthly Archives: October 2008
Are habeas corpus petitions, as Barack Obama put it, “the foundation of Anglo-American law”? Or are they just nuisance lawsuits, “whether it be about the diet, whether it be about the reading material,” that will just slow down the legal … Continue reading
When we talk about theft in international trade, we usually mean piracy, smuggling, or copyright infringement. Professor Leif Wenar, of King’s College London, thinks that we might be missing the forest for the trees. Illegal transactions across borders are going … Continue reading
Christian and I were interviewed the other day by Tyson Chaney over at the Politics 2000 blog. Read all about it here. Thanks, Tyson!