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The Good Governance Papers: An Introduction

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Oct 14th, 2020

Prosecuting the ISIS “Beatles:” A testament to dedicated US government professionalism

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Oct 9th, 2020

Ten Quick Takeaways from the New York Times’ Bombshell Article on Trump’s Tax Returns

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Sep 28th, 2020

An Enduring Impasse on Autonomous Weapons

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Sep 28th, 2020

On 9/11, Interrogating the Assumptions that Undergird the “Forever War”

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Sep 11th, 2020

9/11’s Long Shadow: What’s at Stake in Afghanistan

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Sep 11th, 2020

QAnon is a Nazi Cult, Rebranded

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Sep 9th, 2020

Supreme Court’s Trump v. Mazars Ruling Gave Attorney-Client Privilege a Boost in Congress

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Aug 12th, 2020

Immigration Maximalism at the Supreme Court

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Aug 11th, 2020

The Second Oxford Statement on International Law Protections of the Healthcare Sector During Covid-19: Safeguarding Vaccine Research

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Aug 11th, 2020

Canada’s Scattered and Uncoordinated Cyber Foreign Policy: A Call for Clarity

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Aug 4th, 2020

Beyond Color-Blind National Security Law

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Aug 3rd, 2020

A Threat or A Warning: Russia’s Weapons Testing in Space

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Jul 31st, 2020

Interview with Christof Heyns: Major New UN Comment on Right of Peaceful Assembly

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Jul 29th, 2020

The Surprising Convergence Between Neo-Nazis and Jihadis

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Jul 17th, 2020

Black Security and the Conundrum of Policing

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Jul 15th, 2020

Mexico’s Priorities as an Elected Member to the Security Council for 2021-2022

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Jul 7th, 2020

A Rejoinder to China’s Response to UN Human Rights Experts

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Jun 27th, 2020

How Inter-State Procedures in Human Rights Treaties Can Support the Black Lives Matter Movement

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Jun 19th, 2020

The United States’ Racial Justice Problem Is Also an International Human Rights Law Problem

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Jun 5th, 2020

Jurisdiction at Guantanamo: The Case of Long-Term Complicity

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May 28th, 2020

Oxford Statement on the International Law Protections Against Cyber Operations Targeting the Health Care Sector

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May 21st, 2020

Turkey Opened the Door to the European Court of Human Rights for Syrian Victims

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May 20th, 2020

The Significance of the Supreme Court’s Opati Decision for States and Companies Sued for Terrorism in U.S. Courts

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May 19th, 2020

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