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

I. Al Bahlul Symposium

  1. Steve Vladeck, Previewing Next Tuesday’s Oral Argument in “Al Bahlul IV (Monday, November 23)
  2. Peter Margulies, Guest Post: Al Bahlul’s Commission Conviction and the Pragmatic Jurisprudence of Article III (Monday, November 23)
  3. Steve Vladeck, Why Al Bahlul IV Won’t Matter (Tuesday, November 24)
  4. David Glazier, Guest Post: No War Crime? No War Crimes Trial! (Tuesday, November 24)
  5. Jonathan Hafetz, Guest Post: Al Bahlul and the Risks of Legitimating Departures from Article III Jurisdiction (Wednesday, November 25)

II. Surveillance, Technology & Privacy

  1. Jennifer Daskal & Andrew Woods, Cross-Border Data Requests: A Proposed Framework (Tuesday, November 24)
  2. Jake Laperruque, Guest Post: The Government Should Stop Rewarding Bad Policies for Police Body Cameras (Tuesday, November 24)
  3. Shaheed Fatima, The UK Draft Investigatory Powers Bill (aka, the Revised “Snooper’s Charter”) (Wednesday, November 25)
  4. Michael Price, Guest Post: Remember Why We Have the Fourth Amendment (Wednesday, November 25)

III. Paris Attacks & the Islamic State

  1. Jaya Ramji-Nogales, Guest Post: History, Hysteria, and Syrian Refugees (Saturday, November 21)
  2. David Cole, The Course of Least Resistance: Ignoring the Lessons of History in Responding to ISIS (Monday, November 23)
  3. Fionnuala Ní Aoláin & Oren Gross, Connecting Past and Present: Assessing French Emergency Powers in Historical Perspective (Monday, November 23)
  4. Fionnuala Ní Aoláin & Oren Gross, Liberté, Égalité, Fraternité … Sécurité (Wednesday, November 25)

IV. Secret Law

V. The International Criminal Court

VI. National Defense Authorization Act

VII. Power Wars Symposium

VIII. Miscellaneous

 

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