Monthly Archives: April 2012

Unilateral Action and Changing International Rules — Reagan and Obama — An Untold Story.

Recently gave a short presentation on Eric Holder’s legal defense of the Obama administration’s policies concerning military commissions and targeted killings. But my main point was how unilateral actions by the U.S. can help change outdated international law rules. In … Continue reading

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Brazil — Currency Wars, Trade Disputes and Great Opportunity for U.S. Trade and Investment.

I’ve  recently returned from Brazil. Brazil has various trade disputes and currency issues with a number of countries. For Brazil the “currency wars” continue with the high valuation of its currency. Brazil continues to have issues with the United States concerning … Continue reading

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