Recap of Recent Posts at Just Security (Jan 10-16)

I. End of “War” in Afghanistan?

  1. Ryan Goodman, A Turning Point in the Afghan War? (Monday, Jan. 12)
  2. Megan Graham, ISIS Fighting Against Taliban: The Enemy of My Enemy Is …? (Tuesday, Jan. 13)

II. Detention & Trials

  1. Steve Vladeck, The Shrinking Military Commissions (Saturday, Jan. 10)
  2. Jonathan Hafetz, Guest Post: Al-Marri’s End and the Failed Experiment of Domestic Military Detention (Friday, Jan. 16)

III. Surveillance and Privacy

  1. Brett Max Kaufman, Guest Post: US Government Seeks to Deny Twitter’s “Warrant Canary” Challenge (Tuesday, Jan. 13)
  2. Julian Sanchez, Decrypting John Boehner on the Capitol Bomb Plotter (Friday, Jan. 16)

IV. Cybersecurity and Cyberwar 

  1. Kristen Eichensehr, White House Cybersecurity Bill: Botnets and “Creative Lawyering” (Wednesday, Jan. 14)
  2. Eric Messinger, Is it Possible to Ban Autonomous Weapons in Cyberwar? (Thursday, Jan. 15)
  3. Zachary Goldman, Guest Post: Cybersecurity and a New Era of Asymmetric Economic Warfare (Friday, Jan. 16)

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

V. Law of Armed Conflict and Military Technology

VI. Israel-Palestine–and the International Criminal Court

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

VII. Lord’s Resistance Army–and the International Criminal Court

VIII. Congressional Hearings

 

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Megan Graham

Former Assistant Managing Editor and Security, Privacy, and Technology Fellow at Just Security Follow her on Twitter (@meganmcgraham).