I.  2014 Elections and the 114th Congress

  1. Patrick Eddington, Guest Post: 2014 Congressional Midterms and Surveillance Reform: Races to Watch (Monday, Nov. 3)
  2. Patrick Eddington, Guest Post: A Republican Senate Takeover Won’t Doom Surveillance Reform (Tuesday, Nov. 4)
  3. Steve Vladeck, National Security Politics in the 114th Congress (Wednesday, Nov. 5)

II. Surveillance and Privacy

  1. Margo Schlanger, Guest Post: A Cult of Rules: The Origins of Legalism in the Surveillance State (Wednesday, Nov. 5)
  2. Faiza Patel, Extending Privacy Protections to Foreigners Will Benefit Americans (Thursday, Nov. 6)
  3. Margo Schlanger, Guest Post: The Problem With Legalism in the Surveillance State (Friday, Nov. 7)

III. Extraterritorial Application of International Human Rights Law

  1. Daphne Eviatar, Does International Law Matter? (Monday, Nov. 3)
  2. Just Security, Should International Human Rights Law Regulate the Use of Drones, Detention, and Surveillance Extraterritorially? (Monday, Nov. 3)
  3. Ryan Goodman, Harold Koh’s New “Memo to the President” on the Torture Convention (Thursday, Nov. 6)

IV. Detentions and Trials

  1. Jonathan Hafetz, Guest Post: Due Process and Detention at Guantanamo: Closing the Constitutional Loopholes (Tuesday, Nov. 4)
  2. Marty Lederman, Hamidullin Indicted in Article III Court (Wednesday, Nov. 5)

V.  International Criminal Court (and Israel/Palestine): Flotilla Incident

  1. Beth Van Schaack, Breaking News: ICC Prosecutors Decline to Investigate “Freedom Flotilla” Incident (Thursday, Nov. 6)
  2. Beth Van Schaack, ICC Analysis on the Flotilla Incident – Fair & Balanced? (Friday, Nov. 7)


VII. Universal Jurisdiction (and South Africa)

VIII. Miscellaneous