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  • 27 Apr 2020
    Malcolm Jorgensen

    The Afghanistan Investigation and the International Legal Order

    The International Criminal Court (ICC) has the dubious honor of being among the most visible focal points for conflicted U.S. attitudes toward the international legal order. Tensions between the U.S. and the ICC, never entirely absent, have now been renewed after the ICC Appeals Chamber authorized the long-delayed investigation into alleged war crimes committed during […]

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  • 17 Aug 2016
    Antonia Chayes

    Security Challenges for a New Administration

    The awesome responsibility inherent in controlling the United States’ nuclear weapons arsenal has given an increasing number of experienced former officials pause about contemplating a Donald Trump presidency. Fifty former senior officials, Republicans, stated in a letter opposing Trump that “he lacks the character, values and experience” to be President and would put our nation’s […]

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  • 9 Sep 2013
    Brien Hallett

    Is the 2001 Authorization to Use Military Force Constitutional?

    As the crisis in Syria approaches a boiling point and the US determines its response, Brien Hallett, the author of Declaring War, looks back at the 2001 inception of the War on Terror and the complicated system of powers and authorizations that launched "the perpetual war."

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  • 20 Oct 2009
    William O. Walker III

    Obama, Afghanistan, and American History

    Writing for the History News Network, William O. Walker, author of "National Security and Core Values in American History" explains why, for the last century, American "security" intellectuals equated defense with the projection of power abroad.

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