Scalia and Foreign Law, Death of Socrates, Internet in Cuba, and Exhibit about Refugee’s Possessions

Scalia and Foreign Law, Death of Socrates, Internet in Cuba, and Exhibit about Refugee’s Possessions
Scalia and Foreign Law, Death of Socrates, Internet in Cuba, and Exhibit about Refugee’s Possessions

Scalia and Foreign Law, Death of Socrates, Internet in Cuba, and Exhibit about Refugee’s Possessions

Following Justice Antonin Scalia’s death, we take a look back at his views of international law and treaties with Duncan Hollis, professor of law at Temple University. For World History Minute, historian John Schmidt recalls the story of the death of Socrates. In Cuba, the government announced plans to broaden access to the internet. We talk with Larry Press, professor of computer information systems at California State University, Dominguez Hills, about their long struggle to get online. Finally, we preview a new exhibit that looks at Iraqi refugees and their possessions they brought to Chicago.