Recap: A Guide to Recent Posts on Just Security (June 7 – June 13)

I. The Bergdahl Prisoner Exchange

  1. Timothy Matthews, Guest Post: Sgt Bergdahl and the High Priority to Recover Missing Soldiers (Monday, June 9)
  2. David Pozen, Guest Post: Interpretation and Retaliation in the Obama Administration (Monday, June 9)
  3. Ryan Goodman, Congress Clearly Contemplated Prisoner Exchanges as Part of the NDAA Notification Requirements– and so did the White House (Tuesday, June 10)
  4. Marty Lederman, Secretary Hagel’s Defense of the Bergdahl Deal (Wednesday, June 11)
  5. Ryan Goodman, Clapper to Hagel: Taliban 5 Return to Battle “will not appreciably change the threat “ to US or Afghanistan (Wednesday June 11)

II. Surveillance, Privacy, & Technology

  1. Jennifer Granick, Eleventh Circuit Says No to Warrantless Cell Tracking, Calls Other Metadata Programs Into Question (Wednesday, June 11)
  2. Steve Vladeck, Covington White Paper on the Constitutionality of a FISA “Public Advocate” (Thursday, June 12)
  3. Andrew Weissman, Guest Post: The Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court, Is Reform Needed? (Thursday, June 12)

III. Lethal Force, Drones & Autonomous Weapons 

  1. Ryan Goodman, US Resumes Drone Strikes in Pakistan: A New Course of Action? (Thursday, June 12)
  2. Ian Scott Henderson, Guest Post: Autonomous Weapons Debate: Three issues for further consideration (Friday, June 13)

IV. Trials 

  1. Fionnuala Ní Aoláin, European Court of Human Rights Rules on Amnesty and Double Jeopardy (Tuesday, June 10)
  2. Thomas Earnest, British Appeals Court Denies Government’s Request to Hold Terrorism Trial in Secret (Thursday, June 12)

V. Iraq

 

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Haydn Forrest

Former Intern at Just Security and Graduate from Tufts University with a BA in International Relations and Political Science