Tag Archives: Claire Rumler

A Harsh Reality: The Need for Increased Cyber Security

BY CLAIRE RUMLER — The New York Times, one of the most prominent newspapers in the United States, fell victim to a group of Syrian hackers in late August 2013. The attack came as governments in several countries considered taking military action against Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad, amidst reports that he had utilized chemical weapons […]

La Revolución Nueva: How the Calderón Reforms Have Revolutionized The Mexican Legal System in the Face of Cartel-Related Violence

BY CLAIRE RUMLER — On May 12, 2012, over 50 mutilated corpses, several of whose hands, feet, and heads were cut off, were discovered in a pile next to a highway in the Mexican state of Nuevo Leon.[1] The massacre was the largest in a month-long string of cartel violence, including the decapitation of 18 […]