Monday Reflections

Does Operation Inherent Resolve set a troubling constitutional precedent?: Engaging with Goldsmith and Waxman

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Sep 12th, 2016

The PPG Visualized, What the US Kill and Capture Bureaucracy Looks Like

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Aug 15th, 2016

Chemical Weapons Use Returns to Syria

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Aug 8th, 2016

Donald Trump’s Wall, David Rieff’s Long War, and the Dangers of Fear-Mongering

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Jul 25th, 2016

The Microsoft Ireland Case and the Future of Digital Privacy

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Jul 18th, 2016

What the Chilcot Report Teaches Us About National Security Lawyering

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Jul 11th, 2016

A Less-Secret Drone Campaign

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Jun 27th, 2016

Pain Versus Gain

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Jun 20th, 2016

Brexit and National Security

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Jun 13th, 2016

Giving Up on Cybersecurity — Strategically

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Jun 6th, 2016

Just Wars on the Battlefield of Ideas

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May 23rd, 2016

The 702 Reform Debate Is Just Heating Up

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May 16th, 2016

One-and-a-Half Cheers for Salim v. Mitchell

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May 2nd, 2016

The Proposed Military Commissions Fix Is Anything But

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Apr 25th, 2016

Female Suicide Bombers: Somethings Old and Somethings New

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Apr 18th, 2016

Developing a Practice Around Guilty Pleas at the ICC

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Apr 4th, 2016

Engines of Liberty: How Civil Society Helped Restore Constitutional Rights in the Aftermath of 9/11

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Mar 28th, 2016

Upcoming International Criminal Law Trifecta

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Mar 21st, 2016

Feminism Assessing Terrorism (or How to Slay a New Dragon)

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Mar 14th, 2016

Reminder: You Should Care About Mass Surveillance, Even if You’ve Done Nothing Wrong

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Mar 7th, 2016

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