The United States has been in high-stakes negotiations with Iran in recent months over the rollback of Iran's nuclear program. The agreement would place severe restrictions on Iran’s ability to accrue and enrich uranium beyond a specified level for ten years.
Crootof details two concerns about autonomous weapons: (1) that the independence of the weapons creates liability issues; and, (2) that a democracy which is immune from feeling the human cost of war, would be emboldened to act and could potentially cause more conflict.
A South Korean captain was sentenced to thirty-six years imprisonment for failing to save passengers as his ferry was sinking off the nation’s coast. Less attention has focused on the fact that the ship was overloaded with cargo well past the point of illegality.
This article is a case study about the rules of origin (ROOs) dealing with products undergoing outward processing (OP) in the Kaesong Industrial Complex (KIC). OP refers to temporary exportation of goods for further manufacturing. As the word “temporary” indicates, the finished goods are usually imported back to the home country for domestic consumption or permanent exportation.