Recap: A Guide to the Past Week’s Posts on Just Security (March 1-7)

I. Surveillance and Data Collection

  1. Just Security, Call for Debate Questions from Readers: Next Thursday’s Event on “The Snowden Operation” — Edward Lucas vs. Stephen Holmes (Thursday, Mar. 6)
  2. Emily Berman, Guest Post: The Elephant in the Room: The FBI  (Thursday, Mar. 6)
  3. Marshall Erwin, Guest Post: The Myth of NSA Omnipotence  (Wednesday, Mar. 5)
  4. Rahul Sagar, Guest Post: Who Watches the Watchers?–A Rejoinder to Steve Vladeck (Monday, Mar. 3)

II. Targeted Killings and Drones

  1. Michael Schmitt, Guest Post: A Step in the Wrong Direction: The EU Parliament’s Drone Resolution (Friday, Mar. 7)
  2. Ryan Goodman, Nils Melzer on Whether U.S. Citizen Abdullah al-Shami is a Lawful Military Target (Wednesday, Mar. 5)
  3. Gabor Rona, Guest Post: Too Much War, Not Enough Human Rights from the UN Special Rapporteur and European Parliament (Tuesday, Mar. 4)
  4. Sarah Knuckey, Key Findings in New UN Special Rapporteur Report on Drones (Tuesday, Mar. 4)

III. Extraterritorial Jurisdiction of Human Rights Treaties

  1. Ryan Goodman, Forum on the Extraterritorial Application of Human Rights Treaties: Analyzing the State Department Memos (Friday, Mar. 7)
  2. Marko Milanovic, Harold Koh’s Legal Opinions on the US Position on the Extraterritorial Application of Human Rights Treaties (Friday, Mar. 7)
  3. Jennifer Daskal, Extraterritorial Surveillance Under the ICCPR. . . It’s Allowed! (Friday, Mar. 7)
  4. Daphne Eviatar, It’s a Serious Mistake for the US Government To Maintain It Need Not Follow Human Rights Law Beyond US Borders (Friday, Mar. 7)
  5. Beth Van Schaack, The Extraterritoriality of Human Rights Obligations (Tuesday, Mar. 4)

IV. CIA – Congressional Relations

  1. Ryan Goodman, A New Turn in the Story on CIA Monitoring of Senate Intelligence Committee Computers (Thursday, Mar. 6)
  2. Ryan Goodman, CIA Reportedly Spied on Senate Intelligence Committee Which May be a Federal Crime (Wednesday, Mar. 5)

V. Ukraine

  1. Ryan Goodman, Ukraine Should Join the International Criminal Court to Push Back Putin  (Tuesday, Mar. 4)
  2. David Luban, Russia’s 2010 Military Doctrine (Monday, Mar. 3)

VI. State Department

VII. International Criminal Court

  1. Ryan Goodman, Ukraine Should Join the International Criminal Court to Push Back Putin  (Tuesday, Mar. 4)
  2. Beth Van Schaack, Ugandan ICC Fugitive No More? (Monday, Mar. 3)

For recaps from previous weeks, please visit our Recap Archive page. 

About the Author(s)

Michael Joshi

Former Communications Director for Just Security