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Alexander Agnello and Matthew Palynchuk emphasize the importance of broadening the scope of democracy to include other spheres, including the family unit and the workplace.
Rachel Zuroff, BCL’16, compares online intermediary immunity laws in the context of social media. Drawing on the recent Capitol Hill riots, she highlights tensions between Internet free speech and...
In this second of a two-part article, Shimelis Mulugeta Kene, DCL'20, and Solen Feyissa analyse Ethiopia’s social and political landscape, and demonstrate that a war of narratives has recently been...
Reflecting on 75 years of the United Nations, Slava Balan argues that a Human Rights-Based Approach is needed to implement the goal of universal human rights.
Tamara Thermitus réfléchit sur l'effet du racisme systémique en abordant la nécessité d'envisager le privilège de la liberté académique dans une perspective contextualisée et nuancée.
Shimelis Mulugeta Kene and Solen Feyissa analyze the history of Ethiopia’s social and political landscape, and show that a war of narratives has recently regnited between the “Pan-Ethiopianists”...
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