Al-Nashiri

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

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Feb 1st, 2022

The Biden Administration’s Moment of Truth on Torture Evidence

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Dec 1st, 2021

Course Correction Still Needed on Anti-Torture Obligations

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Aug 9th, 2021

Torture Evidence and the Guantanamo Military Commissions

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May 26th, 2021

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

Gina Haspel, Torture, and the ProPublica Correction

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Mar 19th, 2018

Episode 59 of the National Security Law Podcast: Share the Cookies

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Feb 13th, 2018

The Secret Ruling That Broke the Guantanamo Military Commissions

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Nov 30th, 2017

Episode 45 of the National Security Law Podcast: An Inter-Jurisdictional Cluster-You-Know-What?

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Nov 7th, 2017

For Quick and Strong Justice, Look to the Courts—Not Guantanamo

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Nov 1st, 2017

What’s Going on at Gitmo?

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Nov 1st, 2017

Can Defense Counsel Ever Be Lawfully Surveilled by the Government?

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Oct 31st, 2017

The Guantánamo Ethics Mess

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Oct 29th, 2017

Indefensible: Why Guantánamo defense lawyers can’t ethically participate any longer

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Oct 15th, 2017

The CMCR’s Latest (Non-)Decision in al-Nashiri [UPDATED with links to supplemental briefs]

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Jul 8th, 2016

Why the D.C. Circuit Can’t Really Duck the Article III Issue in Al Bahlul

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Jun 2nd, 2016

Determining When the Armed Conflict With Al-Qaeda Started

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Mar 11th, 2016

Closing Guantánamo, Episode XXVIII: This Time, We Really, Really (Really!) Mean It…

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Feb 23rd, 2016

D.C. Circuit Quietly Set to Hear Major National Security Appeals

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Feb 16th, 2016

When Did the War With al-Qaeda Start?

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Feb 12th, 2016

Abstention and the “Other” D.C. Circuit Military Commission Appeal

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Nov 30th, 2015

Perfidy, ambush, snipers, and the COLE bombing (al Nashiri) case

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Mar 24th, 2015