[T]he rise of racism in the United States ... is giving a pretext to some heavily armed, demented people to go out and kill people.
The rise of Trump, the Republican Party’s outsider, allowed for the growth of the "alternative-right"* movement ... Those “irredeemable” people represent a large segment of Americans.
President Obama wants to outfit poorly trained and underpaid police officers in America with body cameras. That's symbolic political naiveté that will change nothing.
The grand jury of a Missouri town decided not to prosecute a white policeman, Darren Wilson, who had killed Michael Brown, a young black man. Beyond the outrage incited in the little town of Ferguson due to the inconsistencies in evidentiary standards that free Wilson, there is a fundamental issue that persists in a [Read more]
Why do American legal scholars always use emulation of the American system as the standard when evaluating other countries?