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U.N. court order deepens Israel’s isolation as it fights on in Rafah

Mary Ellen O’Connell, a professor of law and peace studies at the University of Notre Dame, described the ICJ’s ruling Friday as the clearest indication yet that the operation in Rafah might be unfolding in contravention of international humanitarian law.

The Justice Department wants to 'break up Live Nation.' Taylor Swift fans are ready for it.

Swift fans are “very good at bonding together, using their own time and resources to solve problems,” said Jeff Harden, a political science professor at the University of Notre Dame.

Netanyahu case will make or break the ICC

But according to Mary Ellen O’Connell, professor of international law at the University of Notre Dame, what Khan’s arguably done is to expose the court’s possibly fatal flaws — those with its founding, the West’s double standards, and the practical real-time repercussions of any judicial involvement in ongoing conflicts.

Trump electors in key states want to serve again, despite criminal charges

Derek Muller, a University of Notre Dame law professor, said the power of the electors’ platform alone should not be discounted. 

Xi Jinping’s strongman politics is China’s ‘new normal’

OPINION: Joshua Eisenman is a senior fellow in China Studies at the American Foreign Policy Council, where Thomas Sexton is a junior fellow in China Studies.

Disclaimer: The opinions expressed in these articles do not necessarily reflect those of the University.


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