Noah Feldman

Noah Feldman, a Bloomberg View columnist, is an author and professor of constitutional and international law at Harvard. He was a clerk to U.S. Supreme Court Justice David Souter.

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Moore’s defiant brand can’t protect him now

Roy Moore’s real problems began only when it was alleged that he was a hypocrite, that his actions violated even the values he claims to espouse.

Procrastination hasn’t solved dispute over Kirkuk

The scariest possibility is that what begins as a limited fight will grow into something much more like a regional civil war.

Women can drive, but the Saudi king has the wheel

It’s good news that women will soon be able to drive in Saudi Arabia. But as a milestone, it isn’t primarily a marker of sex equality, which remains a distant objective in the kingdom.