Legal Ramifications of Norway’s Government-Abducted Children

Legal Ramifications of Norway’s Government-Abducted Children

By: Brad Bourne.

Simply put, Norway is generally considered to be one of the best countries to call “home.” Despite a well-founded reputation, Norway is not flawless or free of controversy. From 2008 to 2013, there was a fifty percent increase in the overall number of children removed from their homes in Norway. Together, these cases, and the public’s response to them, serve as the basis for the assertion that the Norwegian government is engaged in the practice of “child-kidnapping."

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The Fate of the Paris Agreement and the Future of Global Warming

The Fate of the Paris Agreement and the Future of Global Warming

By Brad Bourne.

In October 2016, the Paris Agreement was ratified. This Agreement brought together the international community in an effort to address climate change. Today's post discusses the specifics of the Agreement. Then, the post discusses how President Trump's policies may affect the future of the Agreement.

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Will the United States’ Relinquished Control of ICANN Lead to Problems with Internet Functionality and Free Speech?

Will the United States’ Relinquished Control of ICANN Lead to Problems with Internet Functionality and Free Speech?

By Brad Borne.

In the mid-1990s, the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) was entrusted to manage the internet's Domain Name System (DNS). ICANN is a California corporation and governed by California law. Today's post discusses international regulation issues, when the regulatory body is a U.S. corporation.

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