Is Kosovo a Country? (Part I)

By Samuel Lindsay Statehood is a deceptively simple concept. While identifying France or Argentina as a State is not exactly ground-breaking, entities such as Palestine or Kosovo pose considerably more difficulty. Clearly, politics plays a significant role in designation. Yet substantial complexities exist in international law as well. Over the course of three articles these […]

Trump, Whistle-blowing and a Lesson in Medieval History

By Jing-Zhi Wong Under the US Obama Administration, whistle-blower protections and rewards inflated substantially under the 2010 Dodd-Frank Act.[1] Certain actions under the Act provided monetary rewards payable to eligible whistle-blowers who voluntarily provide original information that leads to successful prosecutions of over $1 million. This has led to several payouts in recent years in excess […]