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Critics of the Obama administration’s decision to not renew its contract with ICANN say that it is giving away the Internet to foreigners. It’s an understandable concern, given the administration’s general approach to foreign policy. It just happens to be an exaggerated concern, given the actual power of ICANN.
A critical reexamination of the Erie Railroad v. Tomkins decision, a decision that appears to be a rock-bottom foundation of American legal practice and learning. That impression, however, may not be the whole story.
In mid-September 2011, as part of AEI’s Program on American Citizenship, we celebrated Constitution Day. In conjunction with that remembrance, we thought it appropriate to honor our longtime colleague and friend Walter Berns with a panel dedicated to discussing his scholarship on the Constitution and the American regime it supports.
There’s a lot of concern out there right now about America’s world leadership—facing down Iran’s nuclear program, bracing NATO’s commitment in Afghanistan, maintaining free trade. Here’s something else to worry about: Has the Obama administration just given up U.S. responsibility for protecting the Internet?
Natan Sharansky’s Defending Identityis concerned with how progressive opinion, even among human rights advocates, has focused so much ire on the United States and Israel.
The House Judiciary Committee’s hearings on executive power last week turned out to be a showcase of anti-Bush arguments.
The UN Convention on the Law of the Sea returns to the fore, and this time, it may well become ratified.
The Bush administration’s advocacy of the Convention on the Law of the Sea is baffling.
The framers’ accounts of the meaning of sovereignty can inform our understanding of the situation in Iraq.
International law risks becoming a “doctrinaire logic” with little effect on the real world.