Mediation Gaining Prevalence in Mexico

Mediation Gaining Prevalence in Mexico

Mediation is gaining prevalence in Mexico, as is reflected in recent efforts by Mexico’s National Mediation Commission to reconcile the differences between the Mexican government and Education Workers (CNTE) on July 18, 2016. The mediation session’s goal was to resolve the ongoing conflict that resulted in eight people being killed, and the disruption of commerce […]

ICC Rules on Indian Space Arbitration Case

ICC Rules on Indian Space Arbitration Case

On Monday, July 25, 2016, the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC), at The Hague, ruled on an arbitration case pertaining to two Indian space agencies, Antrix and Devas. The decision by the ICC resulted in an award of nearly $1 billion in compensation to Devas. The Indian government will appeal the arbitral award. The case […]

Munich Police Declare Shooting Rampage an Astute Terrorist Situation

Munich Police Declare Shooting Rampage an Astute Terrorist Situation

On Friday, July 22, 2016, there were at least nine people killed at a Munich shopping mall in the midst of a shooting rampage by a man who was originally believed to be a terrorist. Police called it an astute terrorist situation. As many as three suspects were believed to be involved when the shooting first occurred. […]

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