Henry Hansmann (Yale): All Firms are Cooperatives — And So Are Governments. Michael L. Perlin (NYLS) and Alison J. Lynch (DRNJ): “Love is Just a Four-Letter Word”: Sexuality, International Human Rights, and Therapeutic Jurisprudence. "I don't see the president as an intellectual at all": Isaac Chotiner interviews Michael Ignatieff, author of Fire and Ashes: Success and Failure in Politics. Michael White on the genetics of global warming: As climates continue to change, so does the DNA of the species around us. Your genome is a post-apocalyptic wasteland: It's way more than just a twisted ladder. Is junk DNA really junky? Sam Kean on the delicious, religious debate over what most of our genome is good for. Kissing cousins: The genetic contribution Neanderthal man made to modern humanity is clearer. In the darkness of Dick Cheney: Mark Danner reviews In My Time: A Personal and Political Memoir by Dick Cheney, with Liz Cheney; and Heart: An American Medical Odyssey by Dick Cheney and Jonathan Reiner, with Liz Cheney. Evgeny Morozov on the mindfulness racket: The evangelists of unplugging might just have another agenda. Britt Peterson on the amazing endangered languages of Russia: Despite nods to diversity in Sochi, more than 130 different languages in the country are now imperiled, say experts. Barra O Seaghdha reviews Ireland in the World Order: A History of Uneven Development by Maurice Coakley. Colin Kidd reviews The Republic: the Fight for Irish Independence 1918-1923 by Charles Townshend. Morris P. Fiorina on the only thing worse than gridlocked political parties that can't enact their agenda: Unfettered parties that can.