We're Building A Wall And You're Paying For It: A Discussion Of United Nations Territorial Sovereignty Principles

We're Building A Wall And You're Paying For It: A Discussion Of United Nations Territorial Sovereignty Principles

By: Michael T. Moran.

The U.S. presidential election was dominated by claims that then-Candidate Trump would build a border wall between the U.S. and Mexico without spending U.S. taxpayer dollars. International law, specifically Article 24 of the United Nations, has been infrequently discussed in regards to this issue.

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How Latin and South America Protects Intellectual Property

How Latin and South America Protects Intellectual Property

By: Tyler Seling.

Protecting intellectual property (“IP”) is an important aspect of any business or organization. Whether utilizing trademarks for brand development, copyrights for the works of authorship, or patents for the design or innovation it’s created, having an established IP policy is critical to succeeding in the competitive digital market.

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El Chapo Guzman’s Extradition

El Chapo Guzman’s Extradition

By Jessica Baker.

Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman was recently extradited to the United States. His decades-long run from the police has come to an end and he has pled not-guilty to 17 federal drug trafficking offenses. Today's post discusses extradition laws, and why many countries are hesitant to extradite alleged criminals to the United States.

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Beyond the Wall: A German Solution to the Property Issue in Cyprus Reunification

Beyond the Wall: A German Solution to the Property Issue in Cyprus Reunification

By Calla Ketchens.

The idea of "building a wall" has become very common in the past year. But it is not a new problem. Other countries such as North Korea, South Korea, and Israel-Palestine have faced border issues. Today;s post provides a brief history of Cyprus and discusses the possible reunification of Cyprus.

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