Military Commissions

“With a Little Help from Our Friends”: Prosecuting the ISIL “Beatles” in U.S. Courts

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Oct 22nd, 2019

18 Years After 9/11, Why Is Guantánamo Still Open?

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Oct 9th, 2019

Deprivation and Despair: The Crisis of Medical Care at Guantánamo

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Jun 26th, 2019

For the Military Commissions, a Fork in the Road on Torture

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May 6th, 2019

The September 11 Military Commissions Trudge On

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Apr 26th, 2019

Al-Nashiri III: A No Good, Very Bad Day for U.S. Military Commissions

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Apr 16th, 2019

The Status of Guantanamo 17 Years In

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Jan 11th, 2019

Brett Kavanaugh and the Risk of a Return to Torture

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Aug 10th, 2018

The Future of the US Military Commissions: Legal and Policy Issues

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May 8th, 2018

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

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Feb 13th, 2018

Two Updates in Mass Guantanamo Habeas Case

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Jan 25th, 2018

16 Years Since Gitmo: A New Chapter in Indefinite Detention Begins

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Jan 12th, 2018

Unhappy 16th Anniversary, Guantanamo Bay

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Jan 11th, 2018

Episode 49 of the National Security Law Podcast: Interrogation, Detention, Prosecution, and Targeting

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Dec 12th, 2017

The Secret Ruling That Broke the Guantanamo Military Commissions

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Nov 30th, 2017

Episode 47 of the National Security Law Podcast: Donuts and Depth Charges

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Nov 28th, 2017

Guantanamo: Donald Trump’s Opportunity

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Nov 6th, 2017

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

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Nov 4th, 2017

The Absurd (if Predictable) Suggestion to Transfer Sayfullo Saipov to Longterm Military Custody

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Nov 2nd, 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

Episode 43 of the National Security Law Podcast: Unseal this Podcast!

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Oct 31st, 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

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