Recap of Recent Posts at Just Security (Mar 21–27)

I. Perfidy Under International Humanitarian Law

  1. Rogier Bartels, Guest Post: Killing With Military Equipment Disguised as Civilian Objects is Perfidy, Part II (Monday, March 23)
  2. Kevin Jon Heller, Guest Post: No, Disguising Military Equipment As Civilian Objects to Help Kill Isn’t Perfidy (Tuesday, March 24)
  3. Marty Lederman, Perfidy, Ambush, Snipers, and the COLE Bombing (al Nashiri) Case (Tuesday, March 24)

II. Surveillance, Technology, & Cybersecurity

  1. Michael Schmitt, Preparing for Cyber War: A Clarion Call (Monday, March 23)
  2. Beth Van Schaack, China’s Golden Shield—Is Cisco Systems Complicit? (Tuesday, March 24)
  3. Beth Van Schaack, Doe v. Cisco: The Legal Issues (Wednesday, March 25)
  4. Jennifer Granick, The Right Way to Share Information and Improve Cybersecurity (Thursday, March 26)
  5. Steve Vladeck, Ninth Circuit Grants En Banc Rehearing in Posse Comitatus/Unlawful Surveillance Case (Thursday, March 26)

III. Law of Armed Conflict and Proportionality Surveys

  1. Laurie Blank, Geoffrey S. Corn, & Eric Jensen, Guest Post: Surveying Proportionality: Whither the Reasonable Commander? (Wednesday, March 25)
  2. Janina Dill, Guest Post: “Proportionate” Collateral Damage and Why We Should Care About What Civilians Think (Friday, March 27)

IV. Airstrikes in Yemen

V. Airstrikes in Syria

VI. Diplomatic Assurances & Removal Proceedings

VII. 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).