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Episode 46 of the National Security Law Podcast: The $15 Million Dollar Man


In this week’s episode, your devoted hosts dig into a bonanza of national security law odds-and-ends.

First up is an en banc decision by the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court of Review involving the standing of the ACLU and the Yale Media Freedom and Information Access Clinic to litigate a claimed First Amendment right of public access in relation to FISC opinions.…   continue »

Lethal Autonomous Weapons and Policy-Making Amid Disruptive Technological Change

(In Part I of this post on UN talks on lethal autonomous weapons, I discussed how the underlying artificial intelligence that enables autonomous systems is improving rapidly. In this Part II, I will examine different policy approaches for dealing with this uncertainty.)

This week, countries are meeting at the United Nations to discuss lethal autonomous weapons and the line between human and machine decision-making.…   continue »

Recap of Recent Pieces on Just Security (Oct. 28-Nov. 3)

Cybersecurity and Cyber Conflict

NYC Terror Attack, Legal Responses, and Counter-Terrorism Policy

Russia Investigation, Manafort-Gates Indictment, and Papadopoulous

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Cyber, Sovereignty, and North Korea–And the Risk of Inaction


Americans, and people throughout the world, are becoming increasingly aware that there are significant vulnerabilities in the Internet, and that there are malicious actors who are intent on exploiting those vulnerabilities. And Americans and others are beginning to appreciate the potential for harm that could result – harm to public safety, harm to the economy, and even harm to our capacity for self-government.…   continue »

Recap of Recent Pieces on Just Security (Oct. 21-27)

Russia Investigation and Facebook

Congressional Authorization, Oversight and Niger

Drone Strikes, Laws of War, and Human Rights


Domestic and International Surveillance

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Recap of Recent Pieces on Just Security (Oct. 14-20)

ISIS, Iraq, Syria, and Yemen

Russia Investigation

Guantanamo Military Commissions and Legal Ethics

International Human Rights Mobilization

Cybersecurity, Digital Privacy, and Encryption

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