Burkle Center Fellow Kantathi Suphamongkhon quoted in The Wall Street Journal on U.S. debt and the government shutdown
Tony Camerino lends his expertise in the ABC World News segment "Terror Secrets: Inside the Interrogation Room" about Al Qaeda leader Anas al-Libi and the new rules of interrogation.
Burkle Center Director Kal Raustiala is quoted on U.S. adherence to international law in PolitiFact's article "Would a U.S. strike in Syria violate international law?"
"Future of humanitarian intervention looks bleak indeed" op-ed by Senior Fellow Kantathi Suphamongkhon in the Bangkok Post
Senior Fellow Kantathi Suphamongkhon discusses the implications of the call for intervention in Syria based on the use of chemical weapons on the future of humanitarian interventions.
In the article "Decision to Ask Congress to Authorize Syria Attack Rejuvenates Legislative Role in War," Burkle Center Director Kal Raustiala offers opinion on Obama's possible political motivations in asking for Congressional approval on an attack in Syria.
Burkle Center Director Kal Raustiala lends his expertise on Britain's legal justification of strikes in Syria in the Foreign Policy article "Even Britain's Closest Friends Think Its Rationale for War Is Illegal."
Burkle Center Director Kal Raustiala is quoted in CNN.com's article "War Powers debate arises again around possible action in Syria."
In his article in USA today, Burkle Center Fellow General Wesley Clark says the Kosovo battle was larger, with a different strategic situation than a possible intervention in Syria today, but still teaches to expect the unexpected.
Burkle Center Fellow General Wesley Clark tells All Things Considered that the situation the United States is facing in Syria is best compared to the U.S. bombing of Iraq in 1993 rather than the intervention in Kosovo.
Burkle Center Director Kal Raustiala interviewed in largest Brazilian daily on recent Foreign Affairs article about China and intellectual property
Para especialistas em propriedade intelectual, liberdade para imitar muitas vezes resulta em inovação e permite que os pobres desfrutem de símbolos do consumo.
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Senior Fellow Kantathi Suphamongkhon speaks at anniversary of the United Nations Association of Thailand
Senior Fellow Kantathi Suphamongkhon provided a statement at the Foreign Ministry in Bangkok on the 60th anniversary of the founding of the United Nations Association of Thailand.
The hunger strike in Guantanamo detention facility enters its 150th day with prisoners accusing the guards of worsening treatment and abusive searches. In his interview with RT TV, Burkle Center fellow Tony Camerino says the Guantanamo detainees are Al Qaeda's main recruitment targets.
Fake It Till You Make It - The Good News About China’s Knockoff Economy: Foreign Affairs article by Kal Raustiala and Christopher Sprigman
Given that Chinese counterfeiting has benefits as well as costs, and considering China’s historical resistance to Western pressure, trying to push China to change its approach to intellectual property law is not worth the political and diplomatic capital the United States is spending on it.
President Obama's decision to give Syrian rebels lethal aid, though it might eventually contribute to the overthrow of Mr. Assad, opens an opportunity for concerted diplomacy to end the bloodshed.
The United States and China Need to Overcome Mutual Misunderstandings: Washington Post Op-Ed by Burkle Center Fellow General Wesley Clark
General Clark argues that the US and China need to develop a deeper understanding of each other and form greater cooperation.
Ambassador Ryan Crocker repeatedly counseled the United States to practice “strategic patience” over the long term in its pursuit of stability in the Middle East at a lecture at UCLA.
The UCLA Burkle Center for International Relations is pleased to announce the recipients of the 2012-13 Alice Belkin Memorial Scholarship.
Tony Camerino shares his expertise on the U.S. Constitution Project report about the use of torture by the U.S. government in interrogation and detention programs after 9/11.
Legal scholar Kevin Jon Heller examines the legal and evidentiary justifications for U.S. "signature" strikes—drone attacks that target unknown individuals based on a behavioral pattern—and finds that both frequently fail to meet the requirements of international humanitarian law.