A Coalition of Global Participants Pledge to Protect Five Million Square Miles of Ocean
The Our Ocean Conference generated 287 pledges in bilateral and multilateral agreements between governments, the private sector, civil society organizations, and philanthropic foundations that are valued at more than $10 billion.
Can International Law Save Small Islands From Climate Change?
University of Hawaii law professor Maxine Burkett explains how small island states can use legal action to attempt to protect their way of life.
Fighting Cybercrime Requires International Cooperation
While it's right to be skeptical of treaties on cyberwarfare, argues Michael Scott Moore, international conventions on cybercrime are quite appropriate.
Top-Notch Lawyers Create a Sort of Attorneys Sans Frontières
Attorneys who put the 'pro' in pro bono start girdling the globe to offer free help for countries struggling to implement the rule of law.