Just Security’s Coverage of Immigration and Refugee Executive Order

I. Latest Coverage

1. Explainers and Information on Revised Executive Order of March 6, 2017

Just Security, EXCLUSIVE: Trump Administration Fact Sheets on New Executive Order Banning Travel to the US
Just Security, A Line-by-Line Comparison Between Trump’s Original Muslim Ban and Today’s

2. Constitutional Law and Analysis of Revised Executive Order of March 6, 2017

Daphne Eviatar, Why the New Travel Ban Doesn’t Resolve the Old One’s Problems
Aziz Huq, The “Travel Ban” Executive Order as Separation-of-Powers Test Case
David Cole, We’ll See You in Court, 2.0: Once a Muslim Ban, Still a Muslim Ban
Nelson Tebbe, Richard Schragger and Micah Schwartzman, Does Trump’s New Travel Ban Violate the Establishment Clause?

3. Policy and Political Analysis

Shirin Sinnar, More Misleading Claims on Immigrants and Terrorism
Kate Brannen, More Info Needed on Travel Ban’s Claim that 300 Refugees Under Counterterrorism Investigations
Joseph Cassidy, Visas and Politics in the Age of Trump
Jennifer Daskal, The Ongoing Dangers of the Revised Immigration EO

II. Explainers

1. Explainers on Court Cases, Litigation, and Executive Action

 2. Explainers on the Executive Order

 III. Analysis

1. Constitutional Law: Equal Protection, Establishment Clause, Plenary Power

2. Policy Implications

3. Trump Administration and Civil Service

4. International Law

5. Evidence that Trump’s Immigration Ban Discriminates Against Muslims

6. Deportation of “Criminal” Immigrants

7. Private Companies and the EO

8. Implications of Current/Pending Supreme Court Cases


Image: President Trump signs immigration and refugee executive order in the Hall of Heroes at the Department of Defense on January 27, 2017 – Getty