Recap of Recent Posts at Just Security (December 12–18)

I. Surveillance, Cybersecurity & Privacy

  1. Robert Morgus, Guest Post: The FBI Should Stop Undermining Norms Before They Take Root (Tuesday, December 15)
  2. Julian Sanchez, Cruz & Rubio’s Confusing USA Freedom Exchange (Wednesday, December 16)
  3. Jennifer Granick, OmniCISA Pits DHS Against the FCC and FTC on User Privacy (Wednesday, December 16)

II. Military Commissions & Detention

  1. Charles J. Dunlap, Jr. Guest Post: Military Commissions and Fairness (Monday, December 14)
  2. Marty Lederman, Why Should the Constitution Require Article III Courts for Criminal Trials of Federal Offenses? (Monday, December 14)
  3. Beth Van Schaack, Don’t Forget the Other Legal Issues in the 9/11 Trial (Monday, December 14)
  4. Adam Jacobson, Guest Post: The Worst of the Worst? What al-Shamiri’s Case Tells Us About Gitmo Detainees (Thursday, December 17)

III. Human Rights & Peace Agreements

  1. Fionnuala Ní Aoláin, Another Historic Moment in the Colombian Peace Process (Wednesday, December 16)
  2. Thomas Probert, Guest Post: The New African Commission General Comment on the Right to Life Is an Important Step Forward (Thursday, December 17)

IV. The Law of War Manual

  1. Ryan Santicola, Guest Post: War-Sustaining Activities and Direct Participation in the DOD Law of War Manual (Tuesday, December 15)
  2. Charles J. Dunlap, Jr., Guest Post: Human Shields: The Dialogue Continues (Wednesday, December 16)

V. Israel

VI. Paris Climate Accord

VII. Congressional Hearings

 

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