Controversy at City College: The Morales-Shakur Center
In the wake of the death of Fidel Castro and the impending transition to the Trump Administration, the push to have violent criminal fugitives returned from Cuba to the U.S. has taken on renewed vigor. With this in mind, it is instructive to note that ...
- Spartanburg Herald Journal
Rabbi Abie Ingber to share interfaith message during Spartanburg visit
Spartanburg Herald Journal
Ingber will give eight presentations in four days, with the first at 7 p.m. Thursday at Turkey Auditorium on the USC Upstate campus. Ingber's topic will be "Imagining Myself: Righteous Gentile During the Holocaust." Ingber will also visit Converse ...
- USC Upstate
Rabbi Ingber Visit Spartanburg as Interfaith Scholar-In-Residence
Rabbi Abie Ingber, executive director of the Center for Interfaith Community Engagement at Xavier University in Cincinnati, Ohio. The University of South Carolina Upstate is among the sponsors for the annual Spartanburg Interfaith Scholars-In-Residence ...
- Just Security
Rebecca Ingber joined the BU Law faculty as an associate professor of law in July 2015. She is a scholar of international and foreign affairs law, and has written about matters of national security, the laws of war, presidential power, and executive ...
The Case Against Oscar Lopez Rivera
U.S. Representative Luis Gutierrez, from Illinois, took to the House floor last week not to condemn the violence that rocks Chicago on a daily basis but, instead, to manipulate the truth in the hope of gaining a second presidential clemency for the ...
- Rebecca Ingber on Co-Belligerency in International Law and Under the AUMF
Rebecca Ingber (international law professor at Boston University and Lawfare contributor) has posted a new draft paper to SSRN (forthcoming in 42 Yale Journal of International Law No. 1, 2017), titled “Co-Belligerency.” It's an excellent and thoughtful ...