WASHINGTON, June 7, 2022 — North Korea’s missile tests, Russian cyberattacks on Ukraine and China’s threatening behavior toward Taiwan are the latest examples of national security related issues dominating headlines. For national security lawyers, understanding the latest analyses of the laws, executive orders and policies governing the activities of the U.S. intelligence community is essential to their job of helping keep the nation safe.
“The U.S. Intelligence Community Law Sourcebook 2021-2022 Edition: A Compendium of National Security Related Laws and Policy Documents” provides an excellent primary source to understand how the U.S. counters a wide array of evolving threats within a rule of law framework. The sourcebook, now in its eighth edition, was edited by leading national security law practitioners Andrew M. Borene, Tia Johnson, Adam Ross Pearlman, Harvey Rishikof and Kay K. Wakatake.
Title: “The U.S. Intelligence Community Law Sourcebook 2021-2022 Edition: A Compendium of National Security Related Laws and Policy Documents”
Publisher: ABA Book Publishing
Product Code: 1620817
Binding: Paperback and eBook
Price: $149.95; $134.95 for ABA members
Orders: 800-285-2221 or shopaba.org
Members of the media can request interviews with the editors by contacting Jennifer Kildee at [email protected].
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