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Recap of the Week’s Posts on Just Security (Nov 16-22)

I. Surveillance and Data Collection

  1. Marty Lederman, Hearing in Another Surveillance Challenge Today (Monday, Nov. 18)
  2. Marty Lederman, Supreme Court Denies EPIC Petition for Mandamus on the Telephony Metadata Program (Monday, Nov. 18)
  3. Marty Lederman, Additional documents on telephony records collection (and much more) declassified (Monday, Nov. 18)
  4. Steve Vladeck, Early Thoughts on the New NSA Disclosures  (Tuesday, Nov. 19)
  5. Jennifer Granick, New FISC Pen Register Opinion: It’s Just a Matter of Time Before Somebody Gets Hurt (Thursday, Nov. 21)
  6. David Cole, The New US “Red Line” – No Privacy Rights For Foreigners  (Thursday, Nov. 21)
  7. Steve Vladeck, Dahlia Lithwick and Me on Why Metadata Matters (Friday, Nov. 22)
  8. Julian Sanchez, The FISC’s Problematic Pen/Trap Opinion on Bulk Internet Metadata Collection (Friday, Nov. 22)

II. Drones, Targeted Killings and Lethal Force

  1. Sarah Knuckey, Anonymous US Officials Admit CIA Accidentally Killed a Yemeni Child in a Drone Strike (Monday, Nov. 18)
  2. Thomas Earnest, HPSCI Rejects Drone Reporting Requirements in Intel Authorization Act (Friday, Nov. 22)

III. Detention

  1. Thomas Earnest, Letter from Human Rights and Civil Liberties Groups Supporting Gitmo Provisions of NDAA (Sunday, Nov. 17)
  2. Daphne Eviatar, Periodic Review Board Hearings start up at Gitmo this week – but why in Secret? (Monday, November 18)
  3. Jennifer Daskal, Senate to Take Critical Vote on Guantanamo’s Fate (Tuesday, Nov. 19)
  4. Marty Lederman, Heartening News from the Senate — Sections 1031-1033 of the SASC NDAA Survive (Tuesday, Nov. 19)
  5. Steve Vladeck, The D.C. Circuit and Guantánamo, Post-Filibuster Edition  (Thursday, Nov. 21)

IV. Federal Criminal Trials and Military Commissions

  1. Thomas Earnest, ICRC’s Public Reply Regarding Order to Turn Over Confidential Reports to Military Commission (Tuesday, Nov. 19)
  2. Gabor Rona, Guest Post: Equating Terrorism and Bubonic Plague: Bad for Counterterrorism, Bad for the Constitution (Wednesday, Nov. 20)

V. Internal Military Organization and Discipline

VI. Iran and Nuclear Weapons

  1. Ryan Goodman, Iran’s Purported “Right” to Enrich Uranium, and Alleged Bias at the New York Times (Tuesday, Nov. 19)
  2. Ryan Goodman, Expert Opinion on Iran’s “Right” to Enrich Uranium in the Face of Security Council Resolutions (Wednesday, Nov. 20)

VII. Law of Armed Conflict

 

For the prior week’s content, check out: 

Recap: A Guide to the Past Week’s Posts on Just Security (Sept. 23-Sept. 27)
Recap: A Guide to the Past Week’s Posts on Just Security (Sept. 28-Oct. 4)
Recap: A Guide to the Past Week’s Posts on Just Security (Oct. 5-Oct. 11)
Recap: A Guide to the Past Week’s Posts on Just Security (Oct. 12-Oct. 18)
Recap: A Guide to the Past Week’s Posts on Just Security (Oct. 19-Oct. 25)
Recap: A Guide to the Past Week’s Posts on Just Security (Oct. 26-Nov. 1)
Recap: A Guide to the Past Week’s Posts on Just Security (Nov. 2-Nov. 8) 
Recap: A Guide to the Past Week’s Posts on Just Security (Nov. 9-Nov. 15) 

 

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