Tag Archives: National Security

Global Health Security

Global Health Security in an Era of Explosive Pandemic Potential

As part of his keynote address at JNSLP’s 2016 symposium—Strengthening National Security by Protecting Public Health—Professor Lawrence Gostin advocates for strengthening and reforming national and international global health security institutions in order to better prepare for future global epidemics.

Foreign Intelligence Surveillance

Trends & Predictions in Foreign Intelligence Surveillance: The FAA & Beyond

David Kris examines recent developments in foreign intelligence surveillance, including the impact of the Snowden leaks and the rise of the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant on public and political attitudes towards electronic surveillance. In light of these developments, Kris presents several issues that he expects will surface as the 2017 expiration date of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) Amendments Act (FAA) draws near. He also addresses the longer-term impacts that other political and technological developments will have on foreign surveillance.