We’re All In Denial About Climate Change
There, a collaboration of engineers and political scientists from the University of Notre Dame used survey data from 662 respondents in North Carolina’s Hanover County — part of so-called hurricane alley.
World faces difficult task in seeking lasting peace in Syrian conflict
“International law has to be front and center” to any response from the community of nations, said Mary Ellen O’Connell, professor of law at the University of Notre Dame Law School.
What to know about potential war crimes in Syria by Turkish-backed fighters
"If a politician is driving away from the fighting, not participating at all, her killing would be a murder, and murder is clearly prohibited in the Geneva Conventions," Mary Ellen O'Connell, a professor of international law at Notre Dame, told ABC News.