Some Celestial Voice… Motion Denied.

By | Hague Law Blog | August 22, 2017
Perhaps it looks a bit too much like The Eye of Sauron to take seriously?  I took this during the total eclipse.  With my phone, if you can believe it. Like many of our fellow humans, my wife and I took a few hours away from our respective offices yesterday to watch something that hasn’t happened in Kansas City since before the first intrepid Frenchmen paddled up the Mighty Mo seeking beaver pelts.   View Full Post
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Observations from Montréal

By | Hague Law Blog | August 2, 2017
The Hague Law Blog is not entirely about law this week—I am traveling for two different conferences, and taking in the sights, sounds, smells, and feelings of different lands. This week, I finally got to visit the fourth largest French-speaking city in the world (sorry, Marseille and Lyon—you don’t even crack the top ten—African cities take the #2, #3, and the rest of the top ten spots after Montréal). View Full Post
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At the Very Least, Name the Jurisdiction Properly

By | Hague Law Blog | July 13, 2017
The Summer Palace and Kunming Lake, Beijing. Daniel Case via Wikimedia Commons. News broke on Monday that a White House statement issued during the G-20 summit referred to Xi Jinping as President of the Republic of China. Oops. Mr. Xi is the leader of the People’s Republic of China (PRC), the communist mainland, as distinguished from the Republic of China (ROC) government.   View Full Post
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