We are thrilled by Just Security‘s successes over the past year. We thought our readers would enjoy a recap of the most widely-read posts from the past year.
1. Ryan Goodman and Sarah Knuckey, How We Read a NYTimes Story on Drone Strikes in Yemen
3. Michael J. Glennon, Guest Post: Is Snowden Obliged to Accept Punishment?
5. David Cole, Michael Hayden: We Kill People Based on Metadata
7. Jennifer Granick, USA Freedom Act: Oh, Well. Whatever. Nevermind
8. John Sifton, Guest Post: They Knew It Was Illegal
10. Jameel Jaffer, The Drone Memo Cometh
12. Jameel Jaffer, “The NSA Doesn’t Spy On Americans”
13. Michael Schmitt, International Law and Cyber Attacks: Sony v. North Korea
15. Jeffrey Vagle and Matt Blaze, Guest Post: Security “Front Doors” vs. “Back Doors”: A Distinction Without a Difference
16. Harold Hongju Koh, Obama’s ISIL Legal Rollout: Bungled, Clearly. But Illegal? Really?
17. Ryan Goodman, International Law on Airstrikes against ISIS in Syria
18. Julian Sanchez, Smartphone “Backdoors” and Open Computing
[Editor’s Note: Also check out our post from our 1st year anniversary: “A Year of Great Debates on National Security Law at the Just Security Blog”]