Fordham law professor John Pfaff argues in a new book that traditional explanations for America’s mass incarceration crisis distract from the central challenge of rethinking how we punish violent offenders. In a chat with TCR contributing editor David Krajicek, he offers some solutions.
Appearing at a recent conference in Taiwan, ZTE’s top patent litigator Oliver Hu suggested that the shift of NPE litigation from the US to Germany and, eventually, China is now well underway. Hu ... Read more
What is the hostile environment? The “hostile environment” for migrants is a package of measures designed to make life so difficult for individuals without permission to remain that they w ... Read more
On October 3, 2015, at 2:08a.m., a U.S. Special Operations AC-130 gunship attacked a Doctors Without Borders [Médecins Sans Frontières, MSF] hospital in Kunduz, Afghanistan, with heavy fire. Forty-two ... Read more
By Jonathan D. London — The visit to Washington by Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc (it rhymes with book) of Vietnam on May 30-31 will occur amid levels of political tumult not seen in the United ... Read more
SAN DIEGO—Deep inside the U.S. Border Patrol is a little-known elite team called the Border Patrol Search and Rescue Unit. Since its creation nearly 20... Read More The post Meet the Unsung Heroes of ... Read more
I've often said that Heather Mac Donald is the best in the business for analyzing policy about police practices and sentencing. She proves it again in her May 25 piece from the Wall Street Journ ... Read more