Posts Tagged: Sanctions

Let Global Banking Bloom

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National Review Online
June 25, 2014
C. Dean McGrath, Jr.

The Framers of our Constitution wisely gave control of foreign policy to the political branches — the president and Congress. By and large, the judiciary was not part of the …

When trial lawyers do foreign policy

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Washington Times
June 24, 2014
Edward Gnehm, former

U.S. Ambassador to Jordan Actions have consequences, and sometimes those consequences are both unanticipated and potentially disastrous. This may be the case as the result of a recent federal court ruling that …

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