The Harvard National Security Journal is pleased to announce that the Honorable Juan C. Zarate has joined the journal’s Advisory Board.
Phillip B. Heymann addresses a set of fundamental jurisprudential questions regarding the seizure and detention of those suspected of alliances with terrorist groups and causes.
Malik Ahmad Jalal argues that crippling public debt is the greatest threat to America’s global primacy.
By Reena Mittelman — Already, Libyan assets frozen by the United States represent the largest amount ever blocked under an American sanctions action. Recent asset-recovery legislation passed in Switzerland suggests a way that the United States and its allies can seize even more.
David D. Clark and Susan Landau consider how cyberexploitations and cyberattacks might be traced by linking people to packets and conclude that such a linkage would be a mistake. They discuss how other technical contributions to cyber attribution can only be contemplated in the larger regulatory context of various legal jurisdictions.
A Harvard National Security Journal Symposium on March 4, 2011 (Live webcast)