Volume 30 (2008)
Issue #4, Volume 30 (Nov./Dec. 2008) :
In this issue we present a debate between Peter Margulies and Barbara Olshansky on Guantanamo’s future, Nathan Sales and Marcia Hofmann debate searches of laptops at the border and Jeffrey Kahn pens an essay titled, “International Travel and the Constitution.” In addition, the conference summary of the Committee’s workshop on “The Intersection of Immigration and National Security” written by John Allen Williams and Richard E. Friedman and sponsored by the McCormick Foundation, appears in full.
Issue #3, Volume 30 (Sept./Oct. 2008) :
In this issue, we present a series of essays from a diverse group of national security experts offering their “Advice for the Next Administration and Congress" Judge James E. Baker pens an essay titled, “A Running Start: Getting Law Ready During a Presidential Transition” while Clark Kent Ervin and James Carafano debate “Homeland Security Reform Priorities for the Next Administration and Congress.” Jeff Greene suggests reforms necessary to establish “A National Security System for the 21st Century,” and Michael Posner and Michael Lewis debate the topic of torture and coercive interrogation in their essays on “Advice to the Next Administration and Congress Regarding Coercive Interrogation.” Mark Shulman in his essay recommends that the next President and Congress establish “The Four Freedoms as Good Law and Grand Strategy.
Issue #2, Volume 30 (June 2008) :
- The Court, The Culture Wars and Real Wars
- Reflecting on Boumediene: The Substance of Habeas and the Futility of Exhaustion
- Commentary: Munaf, Bigger than Boumediene?
- Commentary: Boumediene: The Path Forward
- Morris I. Leibman Award Presented to Professor Howard S. Levie
- ABA Committee Announces the 2008 National Security Law Student Writing Competition
- In Case You Missed It
Issue #1, Volume 30 (March 2008):
- Enemy Combatants in the "War on Terror?" A Case Study of How Myopic Lawyering Makes Bad Law by Gabor Rona
- Combatant Status Under the Laws of War by David B. Rivkin, Jr. and Lee A. Casey
- Intelligence Agency? Does the U.S. Need a Domestic Intelligence Agency? Judge Richard Posner and Juliette Kayyem Debate the Question (from CFR.org - Reprinted with permission)
- Committee on Law and National Security Available Resources
- In Case You Missed It