Law And The Long War

Author: Benjamin Wittes
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 1440632847
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Outlining how this country came to its current impasse over human rights and counterterrorism, Law and the Long War paves the way toward fairer, more accountable rules for a conflict without end.

Overruled The Long War For Control Of The U S Supreme Court

Author: Damon Root
Publisher: St. Martin's Press
ISBN: 1137474688
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Overruled is the story of two competing visions, each one with its own take on what role the government and the courts should play in our society, a fundamental debate that goes to the very heart of our constitutional system.

The Long War

Author: John Morrissey
Publisher: University of Georgia Press
ISBN: 0820351032
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War, Law, and Geography centcom's Long War involves an intricate deployment
of the law. As Walter Benjamin (1978, 283) observed nearly a century ago, there
is a “lawmaking character” at the heart of war—in its battlespaces, in its territorial,
naval, and aerial occupations, in its extraterritoriality, and in its adapted usage of
a multitude of legal armatures (Morrissey 2015). For the U.S. military today, its
jags (Judge Advocate General's Corps military lawyers) play a central role in the

Long Wars And The Constitution

Author: Stephen M. Griffin
Publisher: Harvard University Press
ISBN: 0674074459
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Notes. Introduction 1. This is a major theme in Jack Goldsmith, Power and
Constraint: The Accountable Presidency after 9/11 3—22 (2012). 2. Id. at 23—29.
3. See, e.g., Benjamin Wittes, Law and the Long War (2008). 4. See, e.g., Harold
H. Bruff, Bad Advice: Bush 's Lawyers in the War on Terror (2009); William N.
Eskridge Jr. and John Ferejohn, A Republic of Statutes: The New American
Constitution 389—392 (2010); Jack Goldsmith, The Terror Presidency ...

Legislating The War On Terror

Author: Benjamin Wittes
Publisher: Brookings Institution Press
ISBN: 0815704178
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The authors of this book share a commitment to pushing a reluctant Congress to play a more active role than it has to date in writing the rules of the road.

Winning The Long War

Author: Ilan Berman
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers
ISBN: 0742566218
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Demonstrating the need for more creative thinking about the nature of the conflicts in which the West now finds itself, this book lays out the steps that must be taken to win the long war.

The Long War

Author: Andrew J. Bacevich
Publisher: Columbia University Press
ISBN: 0231131593
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Second is the view that the Cold War security strategies of containment and
deterrence of power- ful adversaries no longer apply because the new enemies
are rogue or failed states that give rise to, or assist, tyrants and terrorists, who
make ... ne- gates traditional national security principles, especially regarding
multilat- eralism, collective action, equality of nations, and the rule of international
law.4 This essay will explore U.S. national security ideology from 32330_ch01-

A Short History Of The Long War

Author: Michael Phelps
Publisher: iUniverse
ISBN: 1440112355
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Legalism— War and the Law The war launched against militant Islamism since 9/
11 is not really a war—at least not if one defines a state of war based on
technicalities of international and domestic law. Under the US. Constitution, only
the Congress can vote to formally declare war on an adversary, as was done in
the War of 1812, the Mexican War, the American Civil War, the Spanish American
War, World War 1, and World War 2. The Korean War (1950—1953) was the first
conflict ...

The Long War

Author: Judy Kutulas
Publisher: Duke University Press
ISBN: 9780822315247
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The LAW doubled in size by early 1937 and finally began to attract some of those
prestigious members. League activity focused around Spain; no other single
issue, including writing, consumed as much energy, publicity, or attention.
Through individual contributions, funds from an auction of manuscripts, lectures,
and a dinner honoring Theodore Dreiser, the League raised enough money to
buy four ambulances for the Loyalists. League members circulated a petition
urging Roosevelt ...