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Floridians Could Face Difficulties Recovering Damages in the Event of a Cuban Oil Spill

By Davis George Moye, Journal of Transnational Law & Policy Member Many Floridians sighed in relief two weeks ago when Russian state-owned oil company Zarubezhneft announced it would table its oil exploration program near Gulf Stream waters off of Cuba’s north-central coast. Zarubezhneft’s decision terminated the last ongoing offshore oil exploration program in Cuban waters. … Continue reading

Drone Use In Border Security: Potential Effects for Florida and Beyond

By Julia Claypool, Journal of Transnational Law & Policy Articles & Notes Editor Recent immigration reform efforts have seen heated debate in Washington, with many calling for more border security before citizenship concessions can be made. Among the varying proposals comes a push for the use of drones in reducing rates of illegal immigration along the U.S.-Mexico … Continue reading