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The American Bar Association, Standing Committee on the National Security & the Law will hold the 21st annual review of the field of National Security on December 1st and 2nd. Some of the topics covered include: 1) Executive update on the field of national security; 2) Congressional update on the field of national security; 3) international lawyering for the government in the age of smart power; 4) war powers and humanitarian intervention; 5) milita
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The Brookings Institution will be hosting a cyber-security event on September 20th titled, Deterrence in Cyberspace: Debating the Right Strategy with Ralph Langner and Dmitri Alpe
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On September 8, 2011, the American University National Security Law Brief and the Law and Government Program at the Washington College of Law hosted a candid discussion on the changes throughout the American legal system in the 10 years since the tragic September 11 attacks. The event featured a keynote address from Michael Leiter, Director of the National Counterterrorism Center from 2007-2011, followed by a panel discussion with John Carlin, Principal Deputy to the Assistant Attorney General of the DOJ National Security Division; Ivan Fong,...
On January 11, 2011, American University National Security Law Brief faculty advisors Daniel Marcus and Steven Vladeck participated in a featured event on the legal aspects of the WikiLeaks controversy and the applicability of the Espionage Act. In the days prior to the event, Professor Marcus also discussed the key issues involved on MSNBC's The Daily Rundown...
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