December 30, 2013

Noah Feldman recaps the major themes and issues of 2013:

(Illustrations by Neil Donnelly)

August 13, 2012
Playing to lose is smart, not an Olympic scandal. Why do we have the instinct that acting rationally in order to win violates the “Olympic spirit”? (Illustration by Kyle Platts | Column by Noah Feldman on Bloomberg View)

Playing to lose is smart, not an Olympic scandal. Why do we have the instinct that acting rationally in order to win violates the “Olympic spirit”? (Illustration by Kyle Platts | Column by Noah Feldman on Bloomberg View)

June 19, 2012
Why is the Supreme Court stacking the five most important cases of the term into the last two weeks? (Illustration by Tim Lahan | Column by Noah Feldman on Bloomberg View)

Why is the Supreme Court stacking the five most important cases of the term into the last two weeks? (Illustration by Tim Lahan | Column by Noah Feldman on Bloomberg View)

June 06, 2012
China’s blog censorship rules have U.S. parallels. (Illustration by www.fzzzbzzzz.com | Column by Noah Feldman on Bloomberg View)

China’s blog censorship rules have U.S. parallels. (Illustration by www.fzzzbzzzz.comColumn by Noah Feldman on Bloomberg View)

March 05, 2012
If corporations are people for the purpose of constitutional rights like free speech, they ought to be treated as people when it comes to responsibilities to protect human rights. (Illustration by Oscar Bolton Green | Column by Noah Feldman on Bloomberg View)

If corporations are people for the purpose of constitutional rights like free speech, they ought to be treated as people when it comes to responsibilities to protect human rights. (Illustration by Oscar Bolton Green | Column by Noah Feldman on Bloomberg View)

January 09, 2012
God so loves Barack Obama that He sent His servant, Rick Santorum, to ensure his re-election as U.S. president. Or so it seems. (Illustration by Jordan Awan | Column by Noah Feldman on Bloomberg View)

God so loves Barack Obama that He sent His servant, Rick Santorum, to ensure his re-election as U.S. president. Or so it seems. (Illustration by Jordan Awan | Column by Noah Feldman on Bloomberg View)

October 17, 2011
Killing terrorists with drones is great politics. To the question, “Is it legal?” a natural answer might well be, “Who cares?” (Illustration by Ben Wiseman | Column by Noah Feldman on Bloomberg View)

Killing terrorists with drones is great politics. To the question, “Is it legal?” a natural answer might well be, “Who cares?” (Illustration by Ben Wiseman | Column by Noah Feldman on Bloomberg View)