The Justice Department is trying to compel DreamHost to turn over information on visitors to the website disruptj20.org—allegedly 1.3 million IP addresses and other information.
President Donald Trump tweeted Aug.
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Individuals may have a right to bear arms for self-defense, but they do not have a right to organize and train as a private military group. Virginia, like most states, has the legal power to stop such groups—the precedents are already on the books.
Gulf States Limit Diplomatic Fallout, Jihadists Gain More Control in Idlib, and Saudi Arabia’s Shiite Diplomacy
The Gulf states want to keep the feud with Qatar in the family, Turkey and Iran consider what to do about Idlib, and Saudi Arabia cracks down at home but reaches out to Shiites in Iraq.
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On Sunday, Military Commissions Chief Prosecutor Brig. Gen. Mark Martins released a statement about the al-Iraqi case.
Is India forgetting how to fight insurgent groups?
Marriage of Convenience? Liberals and the Intelligence Community Come Together Over the Russia Connection
The Russia investigation is leading some on the left to revist a long-held distrust of the security organs of the American state, while others are rebelling against that rapprochement.
The new Netflix documentary Icarus may seem at first glance off the beaten path for Lawfare. It's a film about doping in international sports, not national security law or policy. But as I explained when I reviewed it here, it's really about much more than that:
There is reason to believe President Trump lied before Congress in February. I sued to find out.
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In another provocative warning to the Kim Jong Un regime, President Donald Trump tweeted Friday morning that the U.S. is “locked and loaded, should North Korea act unwisely,” The New York Times reports.
On our new Foreign Policy feed, Helen Klein Murillo examines the delicate balance struck between the government and journalists on leaks in light of Attorney General Jeff Sessions's press conference on leak investigations.
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