By: Kylie Cumback.
Past Olympic Cycles have been ripe with corruption and financial burdens, the IOC has dedicated itself to ensuring that the future of the Games is bright.Read More
By: Max Mittleman.
As the 2018 Olympics get underway, the relationship between North and South Korea is as much in the spotlight as are the athletes preparing for competition. What has changed in the thirty years since the last Olympics held on the Korean penninsula?
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By: Alexandra Stafford.
No Russian flag, no Russian anthem –the decision by IOC to ban Russia from the 2018 Winter Olympics shocked the sports community. An interesting legal analysis of the Olympic Charter, WADA, the appeals process of the Court of Arbitration for Sport, and Russia’s possible arguments.
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By Andy Brockman.
By now everyone knows about Ryan Lochte and his fabricated story. However, not many people know the laws that he may have violated. Read today's article to see what laws Lochte may have violated and what it means for foreign relations.Read More
By: Angela White.
Ryan Lochte told the world he and three fellow swimmers were robbed at gunpoint. Brazilian authorities demonstrated this was not true. How might this lie affect diplomatic relationships?Read More