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In The Problem With Law Avoidance, Geoffrey S. Corn (South Texas) discusses the controversy associated with defining what role international law plays in constraining U.S. counterterrorism activities. Laurie Blank (Emory Law) responds.
Laurie Blank argues that In Counterterrorism, The Law of War is a Key Source of Law for the Courts while Geoff Corn responds, offering additional thoughts on the history of how courts for over 60 years.
Tung Yin reviews Alan Dershowitz’s Is There A Right to Remain Silent? Coercive Interrogation and the Fifth Amendment After 9/11.
General John D. Altenburg reviews Homeland Security: Legal and Policy Issues.
Adrian Snead, Redefining Fourth Amendment Rights in the Digital Age: Suspicionless Border Searches of Electronic Data Storage Devices.
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