A Recap of the Previous Week’s Posts on Just Security (Aug 9-15)

I. Torture

  1. Charles Mink, Guest Post: Torture and the SSCI Report (Thursday, August 14)
  2. Jameel Jaffer, Untold History of the Torture Program (Thursday, August 14)
  3. Katherine Hawkins, Guest Post: Disappearing People and Disappearing the Evidence: The Deeper Significance of the SSCI Report (Friday, August 15)

II. Surveillance, Intelligence Collection & Espionage

  1. Patrick C. Toomey, Guest Post, Executive Order 12,333, Notice, and Due Process Rights of Criminal Defendants (Thursday, August 14)
  2. Jefferson Adams, Spying Among Friends: The Troubled Waters of the CIA and BND (Wednesday, August 13)

III. AUMF, Detention and Trials

  1. Eric Messinger, New Proposal for Gradual Repeal of the AUMF (Tuesday, August 12)
  2. Nathalie Weizmann, Guest Post: Medical Repatriation of Aging Guantanamo Detainees: The Case of Al-Adahi (Tuesday, August 12)
  3. Marty Lederman, The Important and Difficult Issues in the Al-Nashiri Case: When did the War Begin? And was the COLE Bombing a War Crime? (Monday, August 11)

IV. Gaza Conflict 

  1. Fionnuala Ní Aoláin, The Weapons Piece of the Proportionality Analysis in Gaza (Friday, August 15)
  2. Geir Ulfstein, Letter to the Editor: More Focus on Jus ad Bellum in Gaza (Tuesday, August 12)
  3. Ryan Goodman, The ICRC’s Position on Human Shields (and Gaza) – A Reply to Professor Adil Haque (Monday, August 11)
  4. Adil Ahmad Haque, Letter to the Editor: Human Shields in the DPH Guidance  (Monday, August 11)

V. Congressional-Executive Relations

VI. International War Crimes Trials

 

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