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Is there Existential Interpretation in International Law?

by Duncan Hollis

by Duncan Hollis I want to start off our conversation about the larger project Bianchi, Peat and Windsor have undertaken with their new book before introducing my own contribution to it.  For years, the concept of interpretation has had a fairly narrow focus within the international legal landscape.  It has almost uniformly been associated with a […]

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Dealing with Iran: A Primer on the President’s Options for a Nuclear Agreement

by Duncan Hollis

by Duncan Hollis Without weighing in on the merits of any deal with Iran on nuclear matters, I’ll express some frustration over the rhetoric used in the current firestorm between the White House, 47 Senators (plus Governors Perry and Jindal), Iran’s Foreign Minister, and the 4th Estate on what kind of deal the United States might […]

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A Global Cyber Federation? Envisioning a Red Cross Movement in Cyberspace

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by Duncan Hollis Lately, I’ve spent a lot of time thinking about the future of cyberspace and how to deal with the coordination and collective action problems that are leading to the normalization of cyber insecurity. As I’ve written previously, I’m skeptical that the standard legal regulatory move — proscription — will work at either […]

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