Secrecy

2022 Update: Good Governance Paper No. 18: Reforming Emergency Powers

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Jan 24th, 2022

Watchlisting the World: Digital Security Infrastructures, Informal Law, and the “Global War on Terror”

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Oct 28th, 2021

Closing Pandora’s Box

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Oct 7th, 2021

A New Consensus Around Transparency and National Security Surveillance

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May 27th, 2021

The Public Should Have Access to the Surveillance Court’s Opinions

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Apr 19th, 2021

Why Trump Should Not Have Access to U.S. Intelligence After January 20

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Nov 11th, 2020

Good Governance Paper No. 18: Reforming Emergency Powers

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Oct 31st, 2020

Time to Fix a Broken Declassification System

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Sep 8th, 2020

Notes on John Bolton’s Brief Opposing the Government’s Motion to Enjoin Publication of His Book

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Jun 19th, 2020

Questions for the Government in the Bolton Book TRO Hearing(s)

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Jun 18th, 2020

Assessing the Government’s Lawsuit Against John Bolton [UPDATED after Wednesday’s filing of a TRO motion]

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Jun 17th, 2020

9/11 All Over Again

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Apr 10th, 2020

How Should FOIA Be Reformed to Prevent Further Abuse of Redactions?

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Jan 9th, 2020

Did the Trump Administration Abuse the Redactions Process?

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Jan 7th, 2020

Selective Disclosure of OLC legal Opinions Isn’t Enough

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Dec 20th, 2019

How Secrecy Undermines Mueller and the Defense of Democracy

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Aug 1st, 2019

Does Pervasive Secrecy Impede Intelligence Collection?: How Intelligence Agencies Could Use Crowdsourcing to Foil WMD Attacks

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Sep 5th, 2018

Condolence Payments for Civilian Casualties: Lessons for Applying the New NDAA

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Aug 28th, 2018

Trump’s Year of Secrecy

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Dec 12th, 2017

Hidden from the Public: The United Kingdom’s Drone Warfare

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Jul 10th, 2017

The Newly Released National Security Framework Report: An Important Step Forward

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Dec 8th, 2016

The Bobbitt Version

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Dec 7th, 2016