Posts Tagged ‘Courts’

What role should courts have in fighting climate change?

A federal trial took a surprising turn when an oil company lawyer largely accepted the science around climate change but not the blame. Two Stanford University experts discussed the case.

The People and the State

The win for Donald Trump in the U.S. presidential election raises many questions about democracy and the ways in which populist movements and protest against the state are emerging in the 21st century. His success reflects a trend for mass protests against existing regimes that have been endemic in both democratic and non-democratic states over the […]

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