Recap of Recent Posts at Just Security (Feb 14–20)

I. Authorization for the Use of Military Force (AUMF) Against the Islamic State

  1. Ryan Goodman, AUMF, “Associated Forces,” and Slippery Slopes: Two More Data Points (Wednesday, Feb. 18)
  2. Ken Gude, Guest Post: Think Again: The Limitations in the President’s Draft AUMF Do Have Meaning (Thursday, Feb. 19)
  3. Jack Goldsmith, Ryan Goodman, & Steve Vladeck, Six Questions Congress Should Ask the Administration About Its ISIL AUMF (Friday, Feb. 20)

II. Syria

  1. Claus Kreß, Guest Post: The Fine Line Between Collective Self-Defense and Intervention by Invitation: Reflections on the Use of Force Against ‘IS’ in Syria (Tuesday, Feb. 17)
  2. Federica D’Alessandra & Paul Williams, Guest Post: In Syria – Learning Lessons from the “Success” of Yemen (Wednesday, Feb. 18)

III. Countering Violent Extremism

  1. Michael German, Guest Post: CVE Efforts Should be Based on Facts, Not Flawed Theories (Thursday, Feb. 19)
  2. Rolf Mowatt-Larssen, Any Effort to Counter Violent Extremism Must Deal With Religion (Friday, Feb. 20)

IV. Detention & Trials

V. Drones

VI. Copenhagen and Counterterrorism Efforts in Europe


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Megan Graham

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