2022. július 1. 12:52
"The most striking thing to me about Prime Minister Orban’s policy is how entirely normal it is. By this I mean that a foreign policy which puts national interests first is the standard, practical sort of statecraft that used to be the predominant mode everywhere in Europe and indeed around the world, for all of history" -- NS Lyons pointed out in a conversation with Lénárd Sándor
2022. július 1. 12:35
It remains unclear how many projects will be affected due to the war in Ukraine, but in the short term natural extraction projects in Siberia could be affected as well as shipping along the Northern Sea Route - Fréderic Lasserre professor of Geography pointed out in a conversation with Lénárd Sándor.
« On a le sentiment que la Hongrie est idéologiquement harcelée » - entretien avec Anne-Marie Le Pourhiet2022. június 3. 20:07
« La Commission et la Cour ne respectent pas elles-mêmes les principes d’égalité et de sécurité juridique constitutifs de l’État de droit dont elles se prévalent » - dit Anne-Marie Le Pourhiet.
2022. május 28. 18:25
"Water is often a weapon and an objective of armed conflict" - Mara Tignino, reader at the Faculty of Law and the Institute for Environmental Sciences at the University of Geneva pointed out in a conversation with Lénárd Sándor on the widespread international regulation of water.
2022. május 10. 9:15
There is a consistent lack of understanding of the more primordial forces in history among European policy makers. Europeans need to disprove the adage that “Americans come from Mars and Europeans from Venus,” in short that Americans fight wars and Europeans are pacifists. But the way to prevent war are strong defenses – Norman Naimark, Professor of Stanford University pointed out in a conversation with Lénárd Sándor on the context and consequences of the Russia – Ukraine war.
2022. április 18. 12:04
In the 1960s and 1970s in the United States, politicians like President Richard Nixon used to talk about the Silent Majority in the United States. We may have a new kind of majority in this country, but it may be more appropriate to call them the Silenced Majority, people who calculate the risks of expressing a point of view that might be controversial and decide to remain silent -- John Hurley, President of Canisius College pointed out in a conversation with Lénárd Sándor
2022. április 9. 10:00
Growing up is hard enough without kids having to question and “problematize” their own gender identity – Leonard Sax pointed out in a conversation Lénárd Sándor.
2022. április 8. 21:56
"The conflict may thus highlight the need to adjust the ICC Statute to the realities of contemporary warfare" - Professor Carsten Stahn pointed out in a conversation with Lénárd Sándor on the international legal questions of the Russia-Ukraine war.
2022. április 1. 19:37
“Citizens seem unable or unwilling to make clear moral distinctions, and to recognize that the world is still a dangerous place, that deterrence is necessary to prevent aggression, and that basic constitutional liberties need to be reinforced” – Aaron Rhodes pointed out in a conversation about the background of the Russia-Ukraine conflict.
2022. március 24. 12:22
The U.N. Security veto is simply not above all law. It should not be used to sanction continued violations of peremptory norms of international law, nor violations of the “Purposes and Principles” of the U.N. – Professor Jennifer Trahan pointed out in a conversation with Lénárd Sándor.
The Russia-Ukraine War Through the Eyes of an International Lawyer – conversation with Hitomi Takemura2022. március 19. 17:47
The Ukrainian declaration to legally accept the ICC’s jurisdiction is the legal basis for the ICC Prosecutor to proceed with opening an investigation into this situation. However, it will be quite difficult to detain suspects from uncooperative Non-State Parties as long as they remain in the non-State party in question – Professor Hitomi Takumera pointed out in a conversation about the international legal aspect of the Russia-Ukraine war.
2022. március 13. 10:35
“And what makes it possible to forego providing for even their own defense? Partly, utopian fantasies of peace and partly reliance on the military might of the United States, whose work-obsessed citizens underwrite their more relaxed “lifestyles” – Jean Yarbrough pointed out in a conversation with Lénárd Sándor on the challenges before the unique European and American way of life.
2022. február 20. 10:35
“Distinctions that were once taken for granted—citizen versus stranger; male versus female; criminals versus the law-abiding—do not come easily, if they come at all, to many in the West – Craig S. Lerner Professor at Antonin Scalia Law School, George Mason University pointed out one of the narratives of abolishing the death penalty in a conversation with Lénárd Sándor.
2022. február 5. 11:50
When the idea and role of the European Commission is shifting and becoming more political in the name of fixing the democratic deficit, it would lose focus with regards to its two traditional functions. The European Commission carries out its political balancing role at the possible expense of its traditional roles – Goran Selanec pontied pointed out in a conversation with Lénárd Sándor
Creating a Federal State Is Not in the Legal Concept – conversation with Professor Armin von Bogdandy2022. január 16. 8:22
“Nowhere in the Treaty we find the idea that there should be one single European people or a single European nation. There is no idea to dissolve the nations or the peoples and with them the respective political organizations. However, the European integration is much more than merely organizing the cooperation of nation states.” – Professor Armin von Bogdandy pointed out in a conversation with Lénárd Sándor.
2022. január 3. 22:48
If antitrust law pursued a hodgepodge combination of populist social, economic, and political goals through disordered and often conflicting doctrines, the result would be both failure to achieve those goals or to protect consumers. Antitrust is not suited as a tool to redesign tech companies and their products, judicial decrees make for poor substitutes to innovation – pointed out Joshua D. Wright Professor at the George Mason University and former commissioner of the Federal Trade Commission in a conversation with Lénárd Sándor.
A Dialogue Among National and International Tribunals Is Essential – conversation with Paolo G. Carozza2021. december 23. 10:09
“Subsidiarity is already built into the structure of international human rights in many ways, but still it is often poorly understood and badly realized. Without it, human rights systems are destined either to become irrelevant (because too relativistic or too detached from the reality of people’s lives) or to become imperialistic impositions of the particular ideological preferences of those who hold the most power” – Paolo G. Carozza professor of law at Notre Dame University pointed out in a conversation with Lénárd Sándor.
2021. december 21. 22:08
“The miracle of the Christian formulation in my view is that it both announces that man is stained and then says that this is not the final word about him. So the burden of our guilt can be lifted from our shoulders. There are all sorts of travesties in human history but through forgiveness and atonement we could have a tomorrow” – Joshua Mithcell professor at Georgetown University pointed out in a conversation with Lénárd Sándor.