International law roundup

by Walter Olson on December 13, 2012

  • U.N. children’s-rights treaty oversight committee seeks ban on foundling baby boxes [Global Post, Telegraph, Vancouver Province]
  • BoJo has mojo: as sentiment burgeons in UK to quit European Union in whole or part, London Mayor Boris Johnson is listening [Reason]
  • History of Chevron Lago Agrio litigation to date [Seeking Alpha, earlier]
  • In Dubai talks, Western nations putting up stouter resistance to proposed International Telecommunications Union takeover of internet governance [Chicago Tribune, earlier here, etc.]
  • Obama backs global arms trade treaty, Second Amendment groups deeply suspicious [David Kopel, Zachary Snider/TheDC, earlier, Ryan Scoville/Prawfs with contrary view)]
  • 130-page resource guide to the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act [DoJ/SEC, earlier]
  • “The immensely complex and burdensome conflict minerals disclosure debacle” [Bainbridge, earlier here, etc.]