The Russian leader is very unlikely to be hauled before the Hague.
The much-anticipated escalation has happened. Now to see how the United States and its allies respond.
Russia’s leader sees the situation in the former Soviet Republic quite differently than the West.
A 7-2 decision by the highest court in the land is less decisive than the numbers suggest.
President Trump’s threat to attack Iranian cultural sites would most likely constitute a war crime if he actually carried it out.
Reversing decades of policy, the Trump Administration reversed decades of policy on settlements in disputed territory.
Once again, President Trump is doing Vladimir Putin’s bidding.
The Trump Administration has apparently decided that it will not be providing the flu vaccine to migrants being held in facilities at the southern border.
The Supreme Court has ruled to keep the long-standing “dual sovereigns” exception to the Double Jeopardy Clause in place.
Recent comments by the U.S. Ambassador to Israel make it clear that the United States cannot be considered a neutral party In the Middle East peace process.
While he campaigned on a message of restraint, Donald Trump has largely adopted the interventionist foreign policies of his predecessors.
This could be a very big deal – unless it isn’t.
A law professor asks some interesting questions, but ultimately not the right ones.
The Wikileaks founder has been detained by London authorities after 7 years hiding in Ecuador’s embassy.
The Israeli prime minister is engaging in a familiar but dangerous gambit to retain power.
Because of course he did.
Rather than pulling completely out of Syria the United States will be leaving behind a token force of about 200 troops. This is a mistake.
The situation in Venezuela entered a new stage yesterday as opposition leader Juan Guaidó claimed the nation’s Presidency.
As the midterm campaign draws to a close, Donald Trump is returning to the message of xenophobia and fear that dominated his Presidential campaign.
Overwhelmingly, legal experts agree that President Trump is wrong about birthright citizenship and the Fourteenth Amendment.
The evidence linking the Saudi Crown Prince to the murder of Jamal Khashoggi seems irrefutable.
For the second time this year, a Federal Court has struck down a state law designed to punish businesses that engage in a boycott aimed at Israel.
The Trump Administration has taken the latest step in a process that began in May with the withdrawal from the JCPOA. Where it takes us is anybody’s guess, but the probability of something going wrong is quite high.
The Polish Government has amended a controversial law that sought to punish people for discussing the role that some Poles played in the Holocaust.
In a ruling that largely relies on the authority granted by Congress to the President to regulate immigration on national security grounds, the Supreme Court has upheld the final version of the Administration’s travel ban.
Echoing the Obama Administration, the Trump Administration is arguing that it did not need Congressional authorization to attack Syria earlier this year.
Clashes between the US and Chinese navies in the South China Sea have intensified.
The Internet is a global platform. Should every country’s laws apply to everyone using it?
Celebrations and a deadly day in the Middle East.
President Trump undercut his own Ambassador to the United Nations today by blocking the imposition of new sanctions on Russia.
There is no obvious strategy and even the expressed rationale makes no sense.
Without Congressional authorization, any attack on Syria would be illegal, but don’t expect Congress to do anything about it.
President Trump is talking about pulling American troops out of Syria, but his own White House is contradicting him.
The United States has joined Great Britain and much of Europe in retaliating against Russia for the attempted murder of a former Russian spy on British soil.
President Trump continues to obsequiously praise Russian President Vladimir Putin
A contest with no serious challenger will make him the longest-serving Russian leader since Stalin.
South Carolina Senator Lindsey Graham says war against North Korea would be worth it. Ignoring the fact that it would result in casualties unlike anything America has seen since the Vietnam War.
John Bolton is leading a cry for preemptive war against North Korea.
Continuing a long-standard tradition, the Trump Administration claims it doesn’t need to get legal authorization to keep American troops in Syria.
A Federal Judge In Kansas has blocked enforcement of a state law barring anyone who does business with the state from engaging in a boycott of Israel.