An overly long episode with a short title to reflect a very busy—and somewhat bizarre—eight day stretch in the wide world of national security law. This week, your hosts weigh in on:
Latest in The National Security Law Podcast
We don’t lack for topics this week! In today’s episode, Professors Vladeck and Chesney eat a number of cookies while talking about the following:
Sorry that football season is over? Lucky for you, the National Security Law Podcast has no offseason! And lucky for your co-hosts, the world keeps generating new topics for conversation and debate. This week, Professors Vladeck and Chesney cover four main topics:
President Trump has declassified the Nunes Memo and it now is available to the public. Your hosts–Professors Bobby Chesney and Steve Vladeck–give it a deep-dive review here in a special-edition podcast episode.
You might not have wanted to watch the State of the Union, but don’t miss this episode of the podcast! This week we cover:
Happy anniversary, y’all! It’s been one full year since we launched this podcast, and we are very grateful for all our listeners. Here’s hoping there is less to discuss in our second year!
This week, we’ve got:
The National Security Law Podcast is back, with another weekly dose of national security legal news and analysis. Fresh off the stove this week we have:
In this week’s episode, Professors Chesney and Vladeck take on three sets of issues under the heading of national security law:
The National Security Law Podcast: Trump Derangement Syndrome or a Distraction from the Forever War?
Merry New Year!
2018 is underway, but in today’s episode we are looking back at 2017. More specifically, we are looking back to predictions made in early 2017 regarding the changes President Donald Trump surely would be making to certain executive orders and presidential directives relating to national security. How did those predictions turn out? It’s complicated. Tune in to find out what has and has not happened, and why, as we consider the fate of five key documents:
Episode 51 of the National Security Law Podcast.