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Why Congress Must Support the Nuclear Agreement With Iran

 

 

 

Why Congress Must Support the Nuclear Agreement With Iran

 

Akbar Ganji & Richard Falk

 

What should have been an occasion of diplomatic rejoicing has turned into an ugly partisan struggle over whether or not the international agreement negotiated with Iran will or will not be approved by the United States Government. 1,406 more words

Commentary

Spectators; they do not sign a release. They may not be able to assume the risk, what duty is owed to a spectator?

Organizers of a rugby tournament owed no duty to spectators at the tournament who were free to do at any time from the dangers and risks of lighting. 1,898 more words

Case Analysis

Patton v. United States Of America Rugby Football, Union, LTD., 381 Md. 627; 851 A.2d 566; 2004 Md. LEXIS 308

Patton v. United States Of America Rugby Football, Union, LTD., 381 Md. 627; 851 A.2d 566; 2004 Md. LEXIS 308

Judith Edwards Patton, Individually, and as the surViving Spouse of Donald Lee Patton, and as Personal Representative and Executor for the Estate of Donald Lee pattOn, et al. 5,770 more words

Legal Case

July Roundtable: The Special Relationship (Author and Reviewer)

What’s sizzling? Hope it isn’t your flesh and that all of you haven’t been bored without me. It’s close to the end of the month and you know what that means? 1,763 more words

Rising Thoughts

President Obama Doesn't Like David Cameron

Neither do I, but that’s beside the point. The so-called ‘special relationship’ that exists between the United States and Britain is an interesting phenomenon. The phrase was first coined by Churchill his 1946 Missouri ‘Sinews of Peace address, when he stated that the prevention of another war could not be realised in the absence of a special relationship between the “English-speaking peoples”. 1,219 more words

Europe

Independence Day greetings from across "the pond"!

Happy 4th of July to all the fabulous American followers of this website – whether you live at home or are an ex-pat! Have a… 31 more words

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