Posts Tagged ‘Uzbekistan’

Where and Why Extraterritoriality Stops: iPads and Pirate Sites

Imagine if we tried tactics akin to those of the Stop Online Piracy Act and the Protect Intellectual Property Act to force Asian electronic factories to adhere to U.S. standards of pay, safety, environmental responsibility and industrial hygiene.

War Powers, War Lies: Part 9: Away Games

In the global war on terror or, as the Bush Administration likes to call it, the GWOT, the U.S. aspires to the situation of a National League team in interleague play — relaxed rules. This time we consider three aspects of the relaxed GWOT away game we are playing these days: foreign assassinations, extraordinary rendition, and prisoner export.