The Capitol Insurrection and Pineapples on Pizza

By Paul Rosenzweig The events of January 6th will echo in American history for years to come. While other essays in this special edition may focus on root causes of the insurrection or legal issues relating to the definition of domestic insurrection, in this brief essay I want to look at the role that cybersecurity … Continue reading The Capitol Insurrection and Pineapples on Pizza

Cyber Weapons & Export Control: Incorporating Dual Use with the PrEP Model

In “Cyber Weapons and Export Control,” Trey Herr and Paul Rosenzweig take up the complex task of characterizing software products in the context of the current export regulatory regime. Herr and Rosenzweig use their PrEP model to distinguish the components of the software functionally. They isolate the payload component as requiring special consideration, and propose a … Continue reading Cyber Weapons & Export Control: Incorporating Dual Use with the PrEP Model

forthcoming scholarship

“The Evolution of Wiretapping” Engage: The Journal of the Federalist Society, Vol. 12, No. 2, Fall 2011 Paul Rosenzweig,CYBERWARFARE: HOW CONFLICTS IN CYBERSPACE ARE CHALLENGING AMERICA AND CHANGING THE WORLD, Praeger, 2012 PAUL ROSENZWEIG, George Washington University School of Law, The Heritage Foundation The technology for communications through cyberspace have begun to outstrip the capabilities … Continue reading forthcoming scholarship

Editorial Team

Editor-in-Chief William C. Banks Editorial Board James E. Baker Aditya Bamzai Emily Berman Gary Corn Rebecca Crootof Gerald Dickinson Laura Dickinson Laura K. Donohue Kristen Eichensehr Eugene Fidell David Graham Margaret Hu Rebecca Ingber Martin Lederman Kate Martin Deborah Pearlstein Peter Raven-Hansen Mitt Regan Paul Rosenzweig Marc Rotenberg Dakota Rudesill Margo Schlanger Michael Schmitt Sudha … Continue reading Editorial Team

Duke’s Annual National Security Law Conference: Thursday April 15 and Friday April 16

* “National Security Challenges and the Obama Administration” – Duke University, Thursday April 15 and Friday April 16 Most of you probably already know about Scott Silliman’s annual national security conference at Duke. It’s always a terrific event, and this year promises to be terrific! Details are in the attached documents, and the agenda appears … Continue reading Duke’s Annual National Security Law Conference: Thursday April 15 and Friday April 16