Monday Reflections

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

Partition of Syria as Plan B?: The Case for Caution

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Feb 29th, 2016

Who Sets the Rules of the Privacy and Security Game?

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Feb 22nd, 2016

A New UK-US Data Sharing Agreement: A Tremendous Opportunity, If Done Right

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Feb 8th, 2016

Cryptopanic and James Comey’s Xanatos Gambit

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Feb 2nd, 2016

“Your Account May Have Been Targeted by State-Sponsored Actors”: Attribution and Evidence of State-Sponsored Cyberattacks

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Jan 11th, 2016

The Irresponsible Institutional Politics of an “Election Year”

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Jan 4th, 2016

Ten National Security Oversight Issues to Watch in 2016

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Dec 28th, 2015

The “Snooper’s Charter” and Judicial Oversight

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Dec 21st, 2015

Don’t Forget the Other Legal Issues in the 9/11 Trial

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Dec 14th, 2015

The More Things Stay the Same: Another Week of Military Commission Hearings

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Dec 7th, 2015

Bulk Collection Under Section 215 Has Ended… What’s Next?

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Nov 30th, 2015

The Course of Least Resistance: Ignoring the Lessons of History in Responding to ISIS

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Nov 23rd, 2015

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