Benjamin Haas

Guest Author

Benjamin Haas is Advocacy Counsel at Human Rights First. Previously, he was an intelligence officer in the Army and was deployed to Afghanistan twice. He is a graduate of West Point and Stanford Law School. He has written extensively on national security issues, with publications in The New York Times, The Washington Post, Foreign Affairs, Politico, USA Today, CNN, The Guardian, and other outlets. You can follow him on Twitter (@BenjaminEHaas).

Articles by this author:

Congress Must Seize This Chance to Help Demilitarize Law Enforcement

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Jul 15th, 2020

Decoy Amendment Jeopardizes the Moment for Renaming Confederate-Dubbed Bases

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Jun 29th, 2020

At Confederate-Named Army Bases, Highlight US Ideals By Renaming Them for Honorable Figures

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Jun 10th, 2020

Turned Away: The MS St. Louis and Its Echoes Today

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Jun 5th, 2020

Lessons From a Torture Advocate’s Failed Bid for a Key Human Rights Position

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May 5th, 2020

How Congress Can Save Lives, Protect Rights, and Exert U.S. Leadership Globally in Response to Coronavirus

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Apr 8th, 2020

A Model for Countering Foreign Disinformation and Interference in Elections

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Mar 5th, 2020

What to Watch For in White House’s Annual Report on Use of Military Force

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Feb 29th, 2020

The 30-Day Clock: Recent Law Requires Trump Admin. to Make Full Public Report on Soleimani and Shahlai Strikes

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Jan 13th, 2020

Hidden Gems: Civilian Casualties and Use of Force Reporting Provisions in the Annual Defense Bill

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Dec 17th, 2019

Congress Must Act to Protect Those Who’ve Supported Us in Syria

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Nov 11th, 2019

How Trump Could Really End “Endless Wars”

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Nov 1st, 2019

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