A study examines how The European Court of Human Rights’ rulings impact LGBT policy change.
A study tests whether knowledge about international law influences public opinion on torture.
Professor of Law Amos Guiora discusses when drone strikes are morally and legally justifiable and how U.S. drone policy gets it wrong.
An international human rights advocate discusses opportunities and obstacles in the fight for LGBT rights.
Researchers investigate practices that contribute to successful microcredit programs
Researchers examine how labor and capital mobility impact the size of government
A prominent journalist and advocate reflects on “coming out” as an undocumented immigrant
In a study of OECD countries, immigration had a small positive impact on receiving countries’ labor markets.
Policymakers can fight human smuggling with economics.
The “Geneva of the Orient” provides a case-study of economic development in China.