Congress and the Imperial Presidency Debate Syria – An Analysis

On September 4, 2013, in Articles, by admin

Congress and the Imperial Presidency Debate Syria – An Analysis by Lawrence Davidson Part I – The President Goes to Congress President Obama has sidestepped the political hole he had dug for himself (what we might call the “red line” hole) over his proposed attack on Syria. Having insisted there must be “consequences” for a […]

International Law and the Problem of Enforcement

On June 5, 2011, in Articles, by admin

International Law and the Problem of Enforcement An Analysis by Lawrence Davidson Part I – Anthropomorphizing the Nation State One of the defining characteristics of modern Western culture is individuality. Most people in the West take it for granted that they have the right to free expression and personality development. However, in practice, this right […]