One of the most difficult wounds to heal from the armed conflict is closely related to the democratic debate. In the post-conflict period, democracies tend to be at their weakest point. Hence why a sensible dialogue between political forces is a condition for the prosperity of peace.
Citizens’ enfranchisement is not the only empowerment that will come alongside universalized access to information technology. Indeed, total connectivity will also empower data collectors. But as the digital divide has not yet been closed, there is still time to look for tools to cope with the informatics power that governments and Internet platforms will be able to acquire.
The United States Supreme Court’s decision in Jesner v. Arab Bank, PLC will determine whether or not the ATS may be used in cases against corporations, carrying implications for actors working on corporate liability issues across the globe.