The unique feature of Piet Sanders’ character was his extraordinary focus on the future. He was never interested in resting on his laurels or talking about ‘how far we have come’. He was constantly in forward motion, enjoying every moment of the adventure of building the world-wide social institution we now know as the international…

What could be more basic? Arbitrations begin with each side naming an arbitrator. References are occasionally made to “the fundamental right” to name one’s arbitrator. But there is no such right. Moreover, if it existed, it would certainly not be fundamental. The original concept that legitimates arbitration is that of an arbitrator in whom both…

Rex has recently installed himself as the benevolent dictator of a resource-rich country where many live in poverty. He took power from a government he accuses of having distributed national wealth in a grossly unfair manner. He proclaims a policy of redistributive justice, and enjoys passionate popularity among the vast disadvantaged segments of the population….