Recap: A Guide to Recent Posts on Just Security (July 12-18)

I. Surveillance, Privacy & Technology

  1. Shaheed Fatima, Hearing Begins in New Surveillance Litigation Against UK Security Services (Monday, July 14)
  2. Shaheed Fatima, British Government’s “Fast Track” Surveillance Legislation Proposals (Monday, July 14)
  3. Thomas Earnest, DOJ Files Opening Brief in Klayman Appeal (Tuesday, July 15)
  4. Rolf Mowatt-Larssen, Guest Post: Beyond the US-German Case: Understanding the Espionage “Rules of the Game” (Tuesday, July 15)
  5. Ruchi Parekh, UK Government Proposes Creation of Its Own Privacy and Civil Liberties (Oversight) Board (Thursday, July 17)
  6. Kate Martin, Guest Post: Would the USA FREEDOM Act End All Authorities for Bulk Collection? (Thursday, July 17)
  7. Shaheed Fatima, U.K. Data Retention and Investigatory Powers Act 2014: Sticking Plaster or Solution (Friday, July 18)

II. Detention. Trial & Treatment

  1. Marty Lederman and Steve Vladeck, al Bahlul and the Future of “Domestic Law-of-War Offenses” in Military Commissions (Wednesday, July 16)
  2. Steve Vladeck, What’s Left of Hamdan II? Quite a Lot, Actually… (Thursday, July 17)
  3. Letter to the Editor, Lt. Colonel David J. R. Frakt: What Will Happen to al-Bahlul (Friday, July 18)

III. Israel-Palestine

  1. Sarah Knuckey, The Wrong Reasons to Doubt UN Civilian Casualty Estimates in Gaza (Thursday, July 17)
  2. Letter to the Editor,  Elliot Abrams Responds to Sarah Knuckey’s Post on UN Casualty Estimates in Gaza (Friday, July 18)

IV. Sri Lanka

V. International Crininal Court/Use of Force


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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