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- Free Speech Aboard the Leaky Ship of State: Calibrating First Amendment Protections for Leakers of Classified Information posted on 04/11/2013
- Foundational Questions Regarding the Federal Role in Cybersecurity posted on 09/29/2010
- Easier Said than Done: Legal Reviews of Cyber Weapons posted on 02/12/2014
- History Repeats Itself: The 60-Day Cyberspace Policy Review in Context posted on 08/13/2010
- One Lantern in the Darkest Night: The CIA’s Inspector General posted on 12/15/2010
- Discovering the Artichoke: How Mistakes & Omissions Have Blurred the Enabling Intent of the Classified Information Procedures Act posted on 02/12/2014
In Vol. 6:2, contributing authors examine concerns fundamental to policymakers, lawyers, and experts interested in: treaty non-compliance (David Koplow), First Amendment protections for leakers (Heidi Kitrosser), military justice (Geoffrey S. Corn & Victor M. Hansen), transparency (Derek Bambauer), and cybersecurity regulation (Michael J. Glennon). This issue marks the beginning of a series of articles on National Security Law education with an article by William C. Banks & Harvey Rishikof and another by Laura Donohue. The issue also includes a review by M. E. (Spike) Bowman of a new book by Max Holland on Watergate.