A change in the policy of barring refugees from jobs in the U.S. Federal Civil Service could mitigate challenges for the refugee population. The current policy is misguided from a humanitarian and economic perspective and potentially unconstitutional as it may be in conflict with U.S. obligations under the 1967 Protocol on the Status of Refugees.
On the Verge of Another Cold War? Rising Tensions between Russia and the U.S. Push the Boundaries of International LawBy: Kendall Collins
Over the last few months, hostilities between Russia and the United States have escalated dramatically. Some claim that hostilities have reached a point not seen since the end of the Cold War. Both countries have made claims that the actions taken by the other have run counter to international law.