By Philip Alston* – Click here to read the full text of the Article This Article focuses on the accountability of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) in relation to targeted killings, under both United States law and international law. As the CIA, often in conjunction with Department of Defense (DOD) Special Operations forces, becomes more […]
Vanessa Baehr-Jones addresses the tension between due process and targeting terrorist financing in the context of UN Security Council Resolution 1267.
Arthur Rizer explores the national security implications of energy dependence and argues that a nuclear renaissance would greatly improve the United States’ national security.
James J. Saulino describes four legal frameworks for the conduct of counterterrorism in Pakistan and evaluates their effectiveness toward meeting U.S. strategic interests.
Daniel Geer’s essay on cybersecurity policy, found in NSJ Volume 1, has been nominated for the Third Annual Social Security Blogger Awards.
By Michael Schmitt – Click here to read the full text of the Article This article discusses how states attempt to fulfill their obligations under international humanitarian law (IHL) and international human rights law to respond to alleged violations of international law by their militaries during armed conflict. Part I lays out requirements under IHL […]