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- Under the Radar: NSA’s Efforts to Secure Private-Sector Telecommunications Infrastructure posted on 09/29/2014
- “On Target”: Precision & Balance in the Contemporary Law of Targeting posted on 09/29/2014
- Military-Intelligence Convergence and the Law of the Title 10/Title 50 Debate posted on 01/24/2012
In Vol. 7.3, authors address a number of compelling national security issues, including targeting under international humanitarian law (Michael N. Schmitt and Eric W. Widmar); insight into the NSA’s practice of providing security to private companies (Susan Landau); creative ways to limit overclassification (Herbert S. Lin); the evolution of explosive weapons and their effect on the development of international law (Barry Kellman); and aligning criminal prosecutions with and law of war detainment in Guantanamo (Norman Abrams). The issue also includes a review, by Spike Bowman, of Bob Gates’ Duty.