The Future of Coal

Braden Johnson

A critical feature of the Industrial Revolution was the shift toward energy-dense coal for power production. Industrializing countries crave cheap, reliable power, which resulted in the spread of coal-fired power plants across the globe. More »

The Implicaitons of the Schrems Decision

David Lowe

This article looks at the Court of Justice of the European Union's (CJEU) decision in Schrems v Data Protestation Commissioner. More »

The Argentinian Diplomatic Campaign

Yoav J. Tenembaum

Although not violent, the current dispute has assumed a confrontational rhetorical character not seen since the Argentinean invasion of the Islands on the 2nd of April, 1982. More »

Russia’s Intervention in Syria: A Legal Perspective

Ziyad Hayatli

As the Syrian civil war surpasses its 5th year, international actors from Iran to Saudi Arabia and the United States have openly played their hands in its fate. More »