I. 2014 Year in Review

  1. Just Security, The 20 Most Popular Posts at Just Security in 2014 (Tuesday, Dec. 30)
  2. Steve Vladeck, 14 National Security Law “Heroes” in 2014 (Wednesday, Dec. 31)
  3. Fionnuala Ní Aoláin, Top Ten Gender and Security Issues of 2014 (Wednesday, Dec. 31)
  4. Beth Van Schaack, Top 10 Year in Review: International Criminal Justice (Wednesday, Dec. 31)

II.  2015 Year in Preview

III. Cyber Attacks and International Law

  1. Kristen Eichensehr, The Sony Hack: Norms and North Korea (Saturday, Dec. 20)
  2. Michael Schmitt, Normative Voids and Asymmetry in Cyberspace (Monday, Dec. 29)

[Note: For additional Just Security coverage on cyber conflict, see here.]

IV. Israeli-Palestinian Conflict–and the International Criminal Court

[Note: For additional Just Security coverage of the Palestinian bid to join the International Criminal Court, see here.]

V. Detention & Trials

  1. Steve Vladeck, Four New Guantánamo Transfers – and the Remaining Detainees (Saturday, Dec. 20)
  2. Steve Vladeck, Remedies for Egregious Constitutional Violations and the Topside D.C. Circuit Briefing in Meshal (Tuesday, Dec. 23)
  3. Steve Vladeck, New Article (and February 2015 Symposium) on Prosecuting Military Detainees in Civilian Courts (Wednesday, Dec. 24)

VI. Lethal Action and Targeted Killing

VII. End of “War” in Afghanistan?

VIII. Covert Action 

IX. Syria

X. Surveillance, Privacy, and Human Rights

XI. Miscellaneous