Military Commissions

Biden’s Guantanamo Politics are not Obama’s

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Feb 2nd, 2022

Biden Team Gets It Right on Inadmissibility of Torture Evidence in Al-Nashiri Case

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Feb 1st, 2022

Cutting Edge Issues in Year 20 of the Guantánamo Habeas Litigation

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Jan 11th, 2022

There Is a Way to Close Guantanamo

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Jan 11th, 2022

Defending the Rule of Law Requires Ending Guantanamo Detention

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Jan 11th, 2022

The Biden Administration’s Moment of Truth on Torture Evidence

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Dec 1st, 2021

Military Officers’ Handwritten Clemency Letter at Guantanamo – What It Says About Who We Are

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Nov 8th, 2021

A Torture Survivor Speaks at the Guantanamo Military Commissions

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Nov 4th, 2021

Paradigm Shift: The Consequences of Choosing a War Path, and Leaving It

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Sep 11th, 2021

Nuremberg Prosecutor says Guantanamo Military Commissions Don’t Measure Up

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Aug 24th, 2021

Course Correction Still Needed on Anti-Torture Obligations

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Aug 9th, 2021

Upcoming Cases Provide Opportunities to Reassess the Application of the Due Process Clause at Guantanamo

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Mar 3rd, 2021

We Can’t “Look Forward” on the Trump Administration’s Abuses

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Dec 11th, 2020

On Accountability and the Next Presidency, Starting With the Cabinet

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Nov 23rd, 2020

A Path for Renewing Guantanamo Closure

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Nov 17th, 2020

Jurisdiction at Guantanamo: The Case of Long-Term Complicity

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May 28th, 2020

Getting It Wrong: The 9/11 Military Commission and the Justiciability of Armed Conflict

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May 13th, 2020

Guantanamo’s COVID-19 Precautions Must Safeguard Detainees’ Rights

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Mar 31st, 2020

Guantanamo’s Ugly Taint on U.S. Diplomacy

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Feb 13th, 2020

9/11 Case: Military Commission Convening Authority to Be Called as a Witness as to His Own Bias

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Dec 2nd, 2019

“With a Little Help from Our Friends”: Prosecuting the ISIL “Beatles” in U.S. Courts

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Oct 22nd, 2019

18 Years After 9/11, Why Is Guantánamo Still Open?

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Oct 9th, 2019

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