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Congress and the press should be on the lookout for efforts the president and his political allies might take to impede the investigation, short of attempting to fire Mueller.
The Court’s stay order respects the government’s legitimate interest in safeguarding national security as well as the challengers’ interest in maintaining relationships that are important to citizens, LPRs, and U.S. entities.
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Perhaps Guantanamo Won't Get New Detainees After All? An Update on Efforts to Capture Islamic State Leaders
Yesterday, Eric Schmitt had a story in the New York Times providing a rare glimpse into the ongoing activities of the “Expeditionary Targeting Force” (“ETF”).
The Supreme Court announced that it will review the immigration executive order.
It is clear that algorithmic warfare is developing now. Governments, industry, academia, and civil society should all be pursuing ways to secure war-algorithm accountability.
The number of active-duty and veteran troops in Trump's National Security Council isn't the issue, it's whether they can account for their biases and adapt to their new institutional roles.
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In episode 235 of the Lawfare Podcast, Ben talks to Avi Issacharoff and Dov Sedaka about the Israeli television show Fauda.
Those following the Section 702 reauthorization debate may be interested in Germany’s recent intelligence reforms.
Lawfare's weekly roundup of the latest news, analysis, and opinions related to ongoing tensions in the South and East China Seas.
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This morning the Washington Post revealed in an 8,000 word deep-dive that the CIA obtained Russian President Vladimir Putin’s direct instructions for undercutting Hillary Clinton and helping Donald Trump in the 2016 election.
What does the Origination Clause have to do with national security? Good question.
The President’s tweeting should be read and evaluated as a component of his legal strategy.