Recap: A Guide to Recent Posts on Just Security (May 24-30)

I. Surveillance, Privacy, & Technology

II. Detention, Trial, & Treatment

  1. Steve Vladeck, What You Should Know–and Why You Should Care–About the Latest Guantánamo Litigation (Friday, May 30)
  2. George Annas, Guest Post: Force Feeding at Guantanamo and Judge Gladys Kessler (Thursday, May 29)
  3. Marty Lederman, Al Bihani is Third Successful GTMO Detainee Before PRB: SecDef considering transfer of six others to Uruguay (Thursday, May 29)
  4. Ruchi Parekh, UN Torture Committee Seeks Further Answers from Lithuania on Involvement in CIA Detention and Rendition (Tuesday, May 27)
  5. Marty Lederman, Declassification of the CIA Interrogation Program: Developments on three fronts (Monday, May 26)

III. Withdrawal from Afghanistan

  1. Ryan Goodman, Flashback: Comparing Obama’s announcement of Iraq withdrawal to West Point Graduating Class of 2010 (video clip) (Wednesday, May 28)
  2. Thomas Earnest, President Obama on Withdrawal of U.S. Troops from Afghanistan (Tuesday, May 27)

IV. Lethal Force & Drones

  1. Thomas Earnest, A(nother) Procedural Roadblock for Drone Casualty Reporting Requirements (Friday, May 30)
  2. Letter to the Editor: A Reply to Ryan Goodman on Civilian Casualties (Friday, May 30)
  3. Ryan Goodman, Civilian Casualty Rates in CIA vs. DOD Drone Programs: Apples and Oranges (Thursday, May 29)
  4. Chris Jenks, Guest Post: Targeting Transparency: A Call for DoD to Automatically Release Investigations of Civilian Casualties in Armed Conflict (Tuesday, May 27)

V. Syria

  1. Beth Van Schaack, Alternative Jurisdictional Bases for a Hybrid Tribunal for Syria (Thursday, May 29)
  2. Beth Van Schaack, A Mixed Chamber for Syria: An Idea Whose Time Has Come? (Wednesday, May 28)

VI. Yemen

 

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