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Recap of Recent Posts at Just Security (April 2-8)

I. Law of Armed Conflict

  1. Marty Lederman, [UPDATED–Now with VIDEO] ASIL Speech by State Legal Adviser Egan on International Law and the Use of Force Against ISIL (Monday, April 4)
  2. Gabor Rona, Guest Post: When Considering CIA Targeted Killings, Don’t Forget International Law! (Tuesday, April 5)
  3. Marty Lederman, A Brief Response to Gabor Rona on the Use of Force by Non-Military Personnel (Tuesday, April 5)
  4. Fionnuala Ní Aoláin, International Law à la Carte: Brian Egan’s Jus ad Bellum Doctrine (Friday, April 8)

II. Surveillance, Privacy & Technology

  1. Brett Max Kaufman, Guest Post: Bye-Bye Birdie: reddit’s Warrant Canary Disappears (Monday, April 4)
  2. Jake Laperruque, Guest Post: ODNI Response on Increased Intelligence Sharing Still Leaves Questions and Concerns (Tuesday, April 5)
  3. Patrick C. Toomey, Guest Post: The Obama Administration Has Embraced Legal Theories Even Broader Than John Yoo’s (Thursday, April 7)

III. International Criminal Law

  1. Alex Whiting, Developing a Practice Around Guilty Pleas at the ICC (Monday, April 4)
  2. Just Security, Readers’ Guide on Recent Developments in International Criminal Law (Wednesday, April 6)

IV. Military Justice

V. Countering Violent Extremism

VI. Congressional Hearings

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