Department of Defense (DoD)

Russia’s Assault on Ukraine Exposes US, Allied Gaps in Preparing for Great-Power War

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Nov 30th, 2022

Without Congressional Action, Lafayette Square and January 6th Can Happen Again

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Nov 16th, 2022

How Support to Partner Forces Enables Secret War

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Nov 3rd, 2022

The Failing Response to Violent Extremism in Africa – and the Need to Reform the International Approach

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Sep 19th, 2022

How the FY23 NDAA Can Strengthen Oversight and Transparency of U.S. Security Assistance and Civilian Harm (Part II)

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Sep 12th, 2022

How the FY23 NDAA Can Strengthen U.S. Efforts to Prevent and Respond to Civilian Harm (Part I)

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Aug 25th, 2022

Lessons from Petraeus’s Guilty Plea for Trump’s Classified Docs Investigation

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Aug 10th, 2022

Assessing Civilian Casualties Linked to U.S.-Made Weapons in Yemen

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Jul 7th, 2022

Don’t Forget Your Friends: Risks and Opportunities in Security Partnerships

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Jun 9th, 2022

Russian Threats and Cybersecurity: Q&A with Beth George, former DOD acting General Counsel

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May 13th, 2022

Defense Dept Law of War Manual and Its Unintended Readings: On Civilians Assuming Risk of Harm

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May 13th, 2022

DoD Needs to Rethink its Civilian Casualty Reporting Mechanism

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May 9th, 2022

The “Leahy Laws” and U.S. Assistance to Ukraine

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May 9th, 2022

The Prohibition on Indiscriminate Attacks: The US Position vs. the DoD Law of War Manual

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May 3rd, 2022

Congressional Action on Civilian Harm Resulting from U.S. Military Operations: Part I

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Apr 28th, 2022

Congressional Action on Civilian Harm Resulting from U.S. Military Operations: Part II

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Apr 28th, 2022

DoD Can’t Move Forward on Civilian Casualties Without Looking Back

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Apr 19th, 2022

Clear Error in the Defense Department’s Law of War Manual: On Presumptions of Civilian Status

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Feb 9th, 2022

A Big Step Forward or Running in Place?: The Pentagon’s New Policy on Civilian Casualties

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Feb 8th, 2022

The Al-Qurayshi Operation and Minimization of Civilian Casualties

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Feb 3rd, 2022

Post-January 6th, the Military is Addressing Extremism in Its Ranks. Sort of.

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Jan 27th, 2022

2022 Update: Good Governance Paper No. 6: Domestic Military Operations

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Jan 25th, 2022

Crisis of Command: The Pentagon, The President, and January 6

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Dec 21st, 2021

America Needs a War on Terror Transparency Act

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Dec 10th, 2021

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