Separation of powers

Myths & Misunderstandings Relating to Mar-a-Lago Documents Investigation

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Aug 16th, 2022

2022 Update: Good Governance Paper No. 20: Repairing and Strengthening Norms of Nuclear Restraint

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Feb 16th, 2022

Modern History of Disclosure of Presidential Records: On the Boundaries of “Executive Privilege”

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Sep 30th, 2021

The Broader Significance of the Justice Dep’t Opinion on Congress Obtaining Trump Tax Records

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Aug 13th, 2021

Unpacking Biden Administration vs. Congressional Tension in the McGahn Case

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Feb 23rd, 2021

A Roadmap for Reform: How the Biden Administration Can Revitalize the Office of Legal Counsel

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Dec 16th, 2020

Nestlé & Cargill v. Doe Series: In Oral Arguments, Justices Weigh Liability for Chocolate Companies

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Dec 7th, 2020

Nestlé & Cargill v. Doe Series: American Courts Do Not Have Universal Jurisdiction Over All Wrongs Everywhere

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Nov 23rd, 2020

Exclusive: Obstruction At All Costs: The State Department’s Petty Document Fight with Congress

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Aug 17th, 2020

Trump’s Empty “Withdrawal” from the World Health Organization

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May 30th, 2020

Trump’s Invoking Obama Signing Statement as Reason Not to Report to Congress on Khashoggi Murder: A Roundup of Expert Views

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Feb 28th, 2019

What the Constitution Says About Trump’s Obstruction of Pelosi’s Afghanistan Trip

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Jan 24th, 2019

The Senate Strikes Back: Checking Trump’s Foreign Policy

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Dec 14th, 2018

Are We Down to One Branch of Government?

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Jun 28th, 2018

Trump’s Escalating Assault on the Justice Department:  Time to Review Dershowitz’s Defense of Unreviewable Presidential Control of Federal Law Enforcement

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May 21st, 2018

The Missing Justice Dep’t Memo on Whether a President Can Be Subpoenaed to Testify in a Criminal Case

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May 17th, 2018

Businesslike Government, Presidential Power, and the Erosion of the Civil Service

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Nov 22nd, 2016

Administrative Checks and Balances in the Trump Administration

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Nov 11th, 2016

McCain’s Hearing Threat and the Bergdahl Court-Martial

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Nov 6th, 2015

A False Choice on Guantánamo Closure

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Nov 2nd, 2015

The case for the President’s unilateral authority to conclude the impending Iran deal is easy because it will (likely) be a nonbinding agreement under international law

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Mar 11th, 2015

The Cotton letter . . . and the Vice President’s response

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Mar 10th, 2015

Legal Flaws in the 47 Senators’ Letter to Iran

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Mar 10th, 2015

Rejecting the Bush Comparison: A Response to Goldsmith & Waxman

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Oct 17th, 2014