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Professor Paula Johnson writes “It’s time to replace ‘replacement theory'"

Monday 5/23/2022

As a start, I call for a replacement to replacement theory. Replace it with knowledge, education, and equitable economic, legal and political systems.

Professor Paula Johnson

Vice Adm. Robert B. Murrett (Ret.) writes “The current fight and lasting implications of the war in Ukraine” at The Hill

Tuesday 5/3/2022

Vice Adm. Robert B. Murrett (Ret.), Deputy Director, Syracuse University Institute for Security Policy and Law, writes “The current fight and lasting implications of the war in Ukraine” at The Hill.

Vice Adm. Robert B. Murrett (Ret.)

Distinguished Visiting Lecturer David Cay Johnston writes "How the Prosecution of Donald Trump can Continue"

Wednesday 3/30/2022

Distinguished Visiting Lecturer David Cay Johnston writes at the New York Daily News on the Manhattan District Attorney’s decision to halt the prosecution of former President Trump.

David Cay Johnston

Professor Doron Dorfman writes “NFIB v. OSHA and Its Contradiction with the GOP’s Disability Employment Agenda”

Wednesday 3/16/2022

At the Harvard Law School Petrie-Flom Center’s Public Health blog, Profeessor Doron Dorfman writes, “NFIB v. OSHA and Its Contradiction with the GOP’s Disability Employment Agenda”.

Professor Doron Dorfman

Professor Mark Nevitt Outlines the Issues Surrounding a No-Fly Zone over Ukrainian Airspace

Friday 3/11/2022

At Just Security, Professor Mark Nevitt writes on the historical, legal, and implementation factors involved in establishing a No-Fly Zone over Ukrainian airspace.

Professor Mark Nevitt

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