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Responses To The Ten Questions, Eric Jensen 2011 Mitchell Hamline School of Law

Responses To The Ten Questions, Eric Jensen

William Mitchell Law Review

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Responses To The Ten Questions, John Cary Sims 2011 Mitchell Hamline School of Law

Responses To The Ten Questions, John Cary Sims

William Mitchell Law Review

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Not Reading Means Losing: The National Security Cost Of Ignoring Osama Bin Laden's Words, Michael Scheuer 2011 Mitchell Hamline School of Law

Not Reading Means Losing: The National Security Cost Of Ignoring Osama Bin Laden's Words, Michael Scheuer

William Mitchell Law Review

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Responses To The Ten Questions, Shane Harris 2011 Mitchell Hamline School of Law

Responses To The Ten Questions, Shane Harris

William Mitchell Law Review

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Responses To The Ten Questions, Aziz Rana 2011 Mitchell Hamline School of Law

Responses To The Ten Questions, Aziz Rana

William Mitchell Law Review

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Responses To The Ten Questions, Michael W. Lewis 2011 Mitchell Hamline School of Law

Responses To The Ten Questions, Michael W. Lewis

William Mitchell Law Review

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Responses To The Ten Questions, James M. Rosenbaum 2011 Mitchell Hamline School of Law

Responses To The Ten Questions, James M. Rosenbaum

William Mitchell Law Review

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Responses To The Ten Questions, Richard Murphy 2011 Mitchell Hamline School of Law

Responses To The Ten Questions, Richard Murphy

William Mitchell Law Review

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Drones And The U.S. Courts, Richard D. Rosen 2011 Mitchell Hamline School of Law

Drones And The U.S. Courts, Richard D. Rosen

William Mitchell Law Review

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Responses To The Ten Questions, Robert D. Sloane 2011 Mitchell Hamline School of Law

Responses To The Ten Questions, Robert D. Sloane

William Mitchell Law Review

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Three Lessons The United Kingdom Can Teach The United States About Domestic Counterterrorism, Steve Hewitt 2011 Mitchell Hamline School of Law

Three Lessons The United Kingdom Can Teach The United States About Domestic Counterterrorism, Steve Hewitt

William Mitchell Law Review

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Responses To The Ten Questions, Robert N. Strassfeld 2011 Mitchell Hamline School of Law

Responses To The Ten Questions, Robert N. Strassfeld

William Mitchell Law Review

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Responses To The Ten Questions, Tung Yin 2011 Mitchell Hamline School of Law

Responses To The Ten Questions, Tung Yin

William Mitchell Law Review

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Preface To The Paperback Edition Of United States, International Law, And The Struggle Against Terrorism, Thomas Michael McDonnell 2011 Elisabeth Haub School of Law at Pace University

Preface To The Paperback Edition Of United States, International Law, And The Struggle Against Terrorism, Thomas Michael Mcdonnell

Pace Law Faculty Publications

It is remarkable that in less than two years so many significant developments have taken place that concern the United States and the struggle against transnational terrorism. Perhaps the three most significant are as follows: (1) the Obama administration’s failure to reject wholesale the Bush-Cheney administration’s counterterrorism policies and practices; (2) the popular revolts sweeping the Arab world, often referred to as the “Arab spring”; and (3) the US Navy Seals killing Osama bin Laden in Abbottabad, Pakistan.


The Sec Staff's "Cybersecurity Disclosure" Guidance: Will It Help Investors Or Cyber-Thieves More?, Sarah Jane Hughes, Roland L. Trope 2011 Indiana University Maurer School of Law

The Sec Staff's "Cybersecurity Disclosure" Guidance: Will It Help Investors Or Cyber-Thieves More?, Sarah Jane Hughes, Roland L. Trope

Articles by Maurer Faculty

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Responses To The Ten Questions, Aziz Rana 2011 Cornell Law School

Responses To The Ten Questions, Aziz Rana

Cornell Law Faculty Publications

This essay responds to a question posed by the William Mitchell Law Review for its annual national security issue: Has Obama Improved Bush's National Security Policies? I maintain that Obama Administration practices have been marked by striking continuities with those of the previous Administration. I then attempt to explain these continuities by discussing how American policymakers across the political spectrum share basic assumptions about the concept of national security and the need for an aggressive and interventionist foreign policy.


The Military-Industrial Complex, Charles J. Dunlap Jr. 2011 Duke Law School

The Military-Industrial Complex, Charles J. Dunlap Jr.

Faculty Scholarship

In his 1961 farewell address, President Eisenhower cautioned against a future in which a powerful military-industrial complex manipulated policy to the detriment of American interests. Dunlap argues that, fifty years later, Eisenhower’s fears have not been realized; in fact, the military-industrial enterprise is in decline. Certainly, the U.S. military owes its continued preeminence to both the quality of its combatants and the superiority of its weaponry. Yet as the manpower-centric strategies in Afghanistan and Iraq replaced technology-centric operations; as complicated defense acquisitions laws deterred companies from obtaining contracts; and as the economic downturn and rising national deficit have ...


The Limits Of National Security, Laura K. Donohue 2011 Georgetown University Law

The Limits Of National Security, Laura K. Donohue

Georgetown Law Faculty Publications and Other Works

The United States’ National Security Strategy, issued in May 2010, articulates an expansion in U.S. interests that stems from the end of the Cold War. Departing from a policy of industrial growth and military containment in response to geopolitical threats, U.S. national security is now defined in terms of a wide range of potential risks that the country faces. The NSS is not alone in its rather expansive view—one that significantly departs from the perspective adopted at any point in U.S. history. It represents the fourth (and most concerning) epoch in the country’s evolution, and ...


Responses To The Ten Questions, Charles J. Dunlap Jr. 2011 Duke Law School

Responses To The Ten Questions, Charles J. Dunlap Jr.

Faculty Scholarship

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The Politics Of Divestment, Perry S. Bechky 2010 Seattle University

The Politics Of Divestment, Perry S. Bechky

Perry S. Bechky

In the Sudan Accountability and Divestment Act (‘SADA’) of 2007, Congress authorized state governments to divest from businesses investing in Sudan. Congress took this unprecedented step in the face of objections from the Bush Administration and the business community that state divestment intrudes unconstitutionally into the exclusive foreign-relations prerogatives of the federal government. SADA would be remarkable enough if it allowed state divestment while adhering to a dualist conception of federalism. This paper explores the possibility that SADA and its progeny – the Comprehensive Iran Sanctions, Accountability, and Divestment Act (‘CISADA’) of 2010 – may signal the emergence of a dialogic view ...


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