Military justice

FY22 NDAA: A Missed Opportunity to Improve Military Justice

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Dec 8th, 2021

The Missing Kabul Drone Strike Report

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Nov 5th, 2021

Professional Criminal Prosecution Versus The Siren Song of Command: The Road to Improve Military Justice

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Jun 21st, 2021

What To Do About Lt. General (retired) Flynn: Military Justice and Civil-Military Relations Considerations

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Jun 11th, 2021

Why We Prosecute Wartime Misconduct

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Mar 10th, 2021

The Next Judge: US Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces’ Looming Vacancy

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Mar 1st, 2021

Military Personnel and the Putsch at the U.S. Capitol

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Jan 13th, 2021

Can a Pardon Be a War Crime?: When Pardons Themselves Violate the Laws of War

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Dec 24th, 2020

Five Years On: Military Accountability and the Attack on the MSF Trauma Center in Kunduz

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Oct 3rd, 2020

Asserting Their Jewish Identity: My Mother’s Testimony in the First Nazi War Crimes Trial, 75 Years Ago

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Sep 17th, 2020

Déjà Vu All Over Again: Racial Disparity in the Military Justice System

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Sep 14th, 2020

A Solution in Search of a Problem: The Dangerous Invalidity of Divesting Military Commanders of Disposition Authority for Military Criminal Offenses

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Jun 29th, 2020

Who Should Decide: Prosecutorial Discretion and Military Justice

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Jun 29th, 2020

The Military Justice Dimension: Constraints on Military Personnel in Handling Civil Unrest

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Jun 3rd, 2020

Jurisdiction at Guantanamo: The Case of Long-Term Complicity

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May 28th, 2020

Rube Goldberg and Military Justice

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Apr 6th, 2020

Military Justice Reform, the 2020 Pledge, and the President’s Power

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Feb 14th, 2020

U.K. Proposes to Limit Accountability for Violations by Armed Forces

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Jan 30th, 2020

The Spencer Standoff with Trump over Gallagher Distracts from the Navy’s Real Problems

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Dec 2nd, 2019

“Fiat Justitia”: Implications of a Canadian Military Justice Decision for International Justice

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Aug 21st, 2019

The American Way of War Includes Fidelity to Law: Preemptive Pardons Break that Code

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May 24th, 2019

Sticking It To Yourself: Preemptive Pardons for Battlefield Crimes Undercut Military Justice and Military Effectiveness

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May 20th, 2019