Day: July 8, 2022

Post-Cold War Legal Ambiguities (Pt. II of II)

In Part I of “Post-Cold War Legal Ambiguities,” I sought to put forward the argument that the ongoing conflict in Ukraine should be reinterpreted with a broader historical perspective in mind. One aspect concerns the implication that Russia is seeking… Read More ›

Update (8 July 2022)

Earlier this morning, just as I was beginning to work on the next half of “Post-Cold War Legal Ambiguities,” the mainstream news has reported that former Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe was assassinated. Of all the places in the world… Read More ›