Recap of Recent Posts at Just Security (January 30–February 5)

I. Encryption & the “Going Dark” Debate

  1. John Reed, Moving Beyond the “Going Dark” Frame (Monday, February 1)
  2. Julian Sanchez, Cryptopanic and James Comey’s Xanatos Gambit (Tuesday, February 2)
  3. Marshall Erwin, Guest Post: The High Standard of Proof in the Encryption Debate (Friday, February 5)
  4. Ross Schulman, Guest Post: When the NSA Merges Its Offense and Defense, Encryption Loses (Friday, February 5)

 II. Syria & War Crimes

  1. Beth Van Schaack, Mapping the Law That Applies to War Crimes in Syria (Monday, February 1)
  2. Beth Van Schaack, Siege Warfare and the Starvation of Civilians as a Weapon of War and War Crime (Thursday, February 4)

III. Surveillance & Privacy

  1. Tamir Israel & Christopher Parsons, Guest Post: Why We Need to Reevaluate How We Share Intelligence Data With Allies (Wednesday, February 3)
  2. Neema Singh Guliani, Guest Post: Questions Congress Should Ask About Section 702 (Thursday, February 4)

IV. Counterterrorism & Technology

V. Colombia Peace Agreement

VI. Congressional Hearings

 

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