By Scott J. Glick* – Click here for the published PDF version In 2006, Congress enacted two potentially significant restrictions on the government’s ability to collect foreign intelligence information pursuant to FISA. Against the backdrop of a Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court of Review (Court of Review) decision that arguably reached an erroneous conclusion about the […]
By Michael Schmitt – Click here to download the published PDF version I. Introduction In 2003, the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC), in cooperation with the T.M.C. Asser Institute, launched a major research effort to explore the concept of “direct participation by civilians in hostilities” (DPH Project). The goal was to provide greater […]
September 11, 2001, stands as a critical pivot point in our nation’s history, one that put the threat of terrorism in the national spotlight and demanded immediate expertise in national security.
Robert Williams and Anne Siders Click here to read the full Editors’ Preface “National security” has become a powerful watchword for politicians, lawyers, policy makers, and academics alike. Invocation of the “national security” label typically aims to signal that the issue under discussion is of the highest priority for public policy. And yet, when we, […]