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Don’t Be Evil

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On April 25, 2021
I’ve written at length about how corporations have unmoored themselves from national law in the world of labor relations and environmental degradation, while those of us fighting this are left constrained by national law. What I haven’t written about at all is the other side of this coin, at the top end where companies hop […]
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Ireland

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On May 23, 2015
Good job America. The Irish have now passed you in civil rights. Ireland appeared poised on Saturday to become the world’s first nation to approve same-sex marriage by a popular vote, with early vote counts showing strong and broad support for a measure that would have been unthinkable just a few years ago in what […]
And the European Court of Justice delivers! Actually, this is only very modestly good news — no Roe or Morgentaler — as Ireland’s draconian ban on most abortions will remain in place.    The ECJ has held, however, that the Irish legislature must act to ensure that Irish women have the access to abortion in life-threatening […]

Droning

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On May 17, 2009

It’s hard to disagree with David Kilcullen and Andrew Exum on the drone issue: Governments typically make several mistakes when attempting to separate violent extremists from populations in whic

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