Recap: A Guide to Recent Posts on Just Security (June 28 – July 4)

I. National Security Lawyers and the Intelligence Community

  1. Charles J. Dunlap Jr., Guest Post: Does the Intelligence Community Fear Lawyers…or Legal Scrutiny (Wednesday, July 2)
  2. Marshall Erwin, Guest Post: A Response to General Dunlap (Wednesday, July 2)

II. Targeted Killing & Drones

  1. Thomas Earnest, NYC Bar Association Releases Report on Legality of Drones (Wednesday, July 2)
  2. Ryan Goodman, Social Science Data on Public Reactions to Drone Strikes and Civilian Casualties (Thursday, July 3)

III. Detention, Trial & Treatment

  1. Jonathan Hafetz, Guest Post: Abu Khattalah and the Evolution of Ship-Based Detention (Saturday, June 28)
  2. Steve Vladeck, Fourth Circuit Holds Abu Ghraib Torture Claims Not Barred by Kiobel (Monday, June 30)
  3. Steve Vladeck, The Stakes of al-Bahlul, Nine Months Later… (Thursday, July 3)

IV. No Fly Lists

  1. Jeffrey Kahn, A Reply to Margo Schlanger on Latif and Fundamental Rights (Monday, June 30)
  2. Margo Schlanger, A Rejoinder to Jeff Kahn on Latif and Fundamental Rights (Monday, June 30)

V. Extraterritorial Application of the Constitution

VI. Surveillance, Privacy & Technology

  1. Zachary Goldman, Riley v. California: An Important Step Forward, but How Far Forward? (Tuesday, July 1)
  2. Haydn Forrest, Books We’ve Read: No Place to Hide by Glenn Greenwald (Tuesday, July 1)
  3. Analysis of PCLOB Section 702 Report:


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