Recap of Recent Posts at Just Security (Apr 27–May 1)

I. Cybersecurity, Encryption and USA Freedom Act

  1. Kristen Eichensehr, Rebooting DOD’s Cyber Strategy (Monday, April 27)
  2. Sarah McKune, Guest Post: Encryption, Anonymity, and the “Right to Science” (Tuesday, Apr. 28)
  3. Patrick Eddington, Guest Post: The Minimalist Surveillance Reforms of USA Freedom (Wednesday, Apr. 29)
  4. Marshall Erwin, Guest Post: The Intelligence Time Machine (Thursday, Apr. 30)
  5. Liza Goitien, Guest Post: USA Freedom and the Surveillance Reform That Almost Was (Friday, May 1)

II. Drones and Targeted Killings

  1. Daphne Eviatar, US Drone Killings of Western Aid Workers Highlight Problems of Nebulous War (Monday, April 27)
  2. Ryan Goodman, CIA’s Exemption from President’s Restrictions on Drone Strikes in Pakistan (Monday, April 27)
  3. Sarah Knuckey, Ten More Strikes the Obama Administration Should Immediately Acknowledge and Investigate (Tuesday, Apr. 28)

III. Detention & Trials

  1. Jennifer Daskal, The NDAA 2016: GTMO Restrictions Redux (and A Sensible Alternative From Rep. Smith) (Wednesday, Apr. 29)
  2. Steve Vladeck, Has the Government Conceded that Courts Can Review Detainees’ End-of-War Claims? (Thursday, Apr. 30)
  3. Steve Vladeck, The Government (Sort of) Wins a Guantánamo Military Commission Appeal (Friday, May 1)

IV. The Islamic State and Authorization for the Use of Military Force (AUMF)

V. 2016 Presidential Election

VI. Congressional Hearings

 

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