GOP’s South Texas Victory Does Not Mean Hispanics Nationwide Are Tilting Toward The Party, by Pedro de Alvarado

Katie R. Ochoa

Earlier, November 2020: POLITICO Discovers Trump-Supporting Tejanos on the Border If only because of the illegal-alien invasion at the southwest border, Republicans have been rightly optimistic about crushing Biden’s party in November. And Mexico-born Mayra Flores’ victory in the special election for Texas 34th congressional district has only reinforced those […]

Does the Vienna Convention provide a legal off-ramp for unilaterally changing the Northern Ireland Protocol? – UK Constitutional Law Association

Katie R. Ochoa

The Northern Ireland Protocol is part of the Withdrawal Agreement, designed to set out the legal parameters of the withdrawal of the UK from the EU.  The Government proposes to introduce legislation to unilaterally change the Protocol.  On the face of it, this would appear to place the Government on the highway to a breach of international […]

Israel’s Politics Look Like America’s

Katie R. Ochoa

As I sat Sunday evening at an outside restaurant on Jaffa Road and watched 1000’s of jubilant, mainly younger folks stream by right after celebrating Jerusalem Day, it was doable to picture that Israel is a united place. But a number of times spent studying the Israeli press and partaking […]

Jennifer Stewart: The Eleventh Hour

Katie R. Ochoa

What a knife edge drama. Initial the authorities was heading to forcibly remove a hundred asylum seekers to Rwanda. Then they realised that a number of may be serious victims. Ninety-3 of them, as it happens. In the confront of nationwide and international outrage, including from the Archbishops of York […]