The saying goes that the personal is political. But the inverse is increasingly evident: The political is personal. In our layered worlds of journalism, politics, social media, popular culture, and academia, all manner of debate has effectively become part of the zeitgeist.
For several years, on an ad-hoc basis, Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) programs have been in place in various courts throughout New York State.
As technology develops and becomes increasingly refined, human activities and job responsibilities are changing too. And, in some instances, becoming obsolete. A computer can beat Chess Grandmaster Garry Kasparov.
While the Bezos divorce has made eye popping headlines –for racy text messages with Jeff’s girlfriend perhaps even more, for the numbers themselves: the equal division of $137 Billion (with a “B”).
News outlets across the globe are rife with accounts of human rights violations. In some instances these violations areattached to non-state actors (whether individuals or organized groups) who, insome manner, abuse or deny individuals their basic human rights, as set outwithin the U.N.’s Universal Declaration of Human Rights and/or various UnitedStates statutes and the Constitution.