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A New Administration and Sanctions on Russia

By   /  November 21, 2017  /  Foreign Relations, National Security Law, National Security Law & Policy  /  No Comments

By Sammy Hamed Every election has consequences, and every new administration brings with it new policy changes, both domestically and abroad. The President has much more authority to determine foreign policy as Commander-in-Chief and our highest ranking diplomat. The President has the authority to make treaties, appoint ambassadors, and negotiate with other nations. On the […]

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Neo-Nazis, White Supremacists, and Free Speech: How far is too far?

By   /  November 17, 2017  /  Counterterrorism, First Amendment, National Security Law & Policy  /  No Comments

By Alix Bruce In the wake of the slaying of Heather Heyer at a counter-protest to a neo-Nazi protest in Charlottesville, Virginia, a national dialogue on the definition of free speech and the application of the First Amendment has reopened. On both the internet and in the debate, the rights of not only Black Lives […]

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Annual Review of National Security Law

By   /  November 16, 2017  /  Editorial Commentary, Featured, National Security Law & Policy, News & Events  /  No Comments

The 27th Annual Review of the field of National Security Law is taking place today November 16th, and tomorrow Friday, November 17th. Please join the American University Washington College of Law and the National Security Law Brief at the Capital Hilton as we discuss the issues facing national security law. Topics of the review range […]

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A National Security Crisis: President Trump’s Repeal of the Clean Power Plan and U.S. Removal from the Paris Agreement

By   /  November 15, 2017  /  Climate Change, Economy / Trade, Foreign Relations, National Security Law & Policy, Public / Mental Health  /  No Comments

By: Abigail Kittredge One of the most significant and controversial crises facing Americans today is climate change. Despite a minority of skeptics, climate change has become a widely accepted occurrence. Until recently, few governments were focusing on decreasing their country’s emissions of greenhouse gases. The harsh reality is that no single country can alone slow […]

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Updates Pending: The Supreme Court Grants Certiorari in the Microsoft Ireland Case

By   /  November 13, 2017  /  Featured, Foreign Relations, Fourth Amendment, International Law, National Security Law & Policy, News & Events, Pending Cases, Trending Topics  /  No Comments

By: Jen Goss, November 13, 2017  In October, the Supreme Court granted certiorari in the case of United States v. Microsoft Corp. A Supreme Court decision in this case will provide the government and service providers with an answer to “whether a United States provider of email services must comply with a probable-cause-based warrant issued […]

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