Recap of Recent Posts at Just Security (July 25–31)

I. Detention

  1. Larry Siems, Guest Post: Skeptical of Guantánamo Diary? Question the US Government Instead (Tuesday, July 28)
  2. Nadia O’Mara, UK Court Invalidates British Forces’ Afghan Detention Program (Thursday, July 30)
  3. Jennifer Daskal, DC District Court to GTMO Detainees: War with Taliban Continues (Thursday, July 30)
  4. Marty Lederman, Judge Lamberth Decides Warafi (Thursday, July 30)

II. Military Commissions

  1. Steve Vladeck, US Government Petitions for Rehearing En Banc (Again) in Al Bahlul (Monday, July 27)
  2. Steve Vladeck, The Government’s Overstated Rehearing Petition in al Bahlul (Thursday, July 30)

III. Surveillance, Privacy & Cybersecurity

  1. Patrick Eddington, Guest Post: Legislative Cyber Threats: CISA’s Not the Only One (Wednesday, July 29)
  2. Eric Metcalfe, Guest Post: The Role of Judges Under UK Surveillance Laws May Be About to Change (Friday, July 31)
  3. Nathan Sales, Guest Post: French Surveillance Law Compared to US Surveillance Law (Friday, July 31)

IV. Defense Department Law of War Manual

  1. Gary Brown, Guest Post: Cyber Conflict in DOD’s Law of War Manual (Monday, July 27)
  2. David Glazier, Guest Post: The DOD Law of War Manual: What Is It Good For? (Tuesday, July 28)

V. Domestic Terrorism

VI. Extraterritorial Application of Human Rights Treaties 

VII. Iran Nuclear Deal

VIII. International Criminal Court

IX. Airport Questioning

X. Congressional Hearings

XI. Miscellaneous

  1. Steve Vladeck, If You’re Teaching National Security / Counterterrorism Law Next Year… (Sunday, July 26)
  2. Andy Wright, Jen Daskal’s The Un-Territoriality of Data Is Honored (Wednesday, July 29)

 

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