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Author: Paul Rosenzweig; Timothy J McNulty; Ellen Shearer; American Bar Association. Standing Committee on Law and National Security.; Medill School of Journalism.
Publisher: Chicago : American Bar Association, ©2012.
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"Much in America has changed on September 11, 2001. One of those changes was the language of discourse in our public dialog about war and terrorism. But few realize that a robust and detailed body of law and policy lies behind that dialog. This book aims to demystify that law and policy. Interested journalists, policy makers and citizens will find within these pages a lucid, simple introduction to the critical legal  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Paul Rosenzweig; Timothy J McNulty; Ellen Shearer; American Bar Association. Standing Committee on Law and National Security.; Medill School of Journalism.
ISBN: 9781614387671 1614387672
OCLC Number: 812081260
Notes: "A joint project of the ABA Standing Committee on Law and National Security and the Medill School of Journalism, Northwestern University"--Page [iv] of cover.
Description: xiii, 412 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Contents: pt. I. Basic issues of constitutional and international law --
Separation of powers and national security / Vijay M. Padmanabhan --
The First Amendment and national security / Julia Atcherley and Lee Levine --
U.S. government secrecy and classification / John R. Tunheim and Andrew M. Borene --
The role of international law in domestic courts / Deborah Pearlstein --
Defining terrorism under international law / David Scharia --
pt. II. The laws of war and military operations --
The laws of war : regulating the use of force / Geoffrey S. Corn and Laurie R. Blank--
Secret operations : covert action and military activities / Benjamin Powell --
Piracy / Eugene Kontorovich --
The United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea / Glenn M. Sulmasy and Chris Tribolet --
Targeted killings and the law / Amos N. Guiora--
Military commissions / David W. Glazier --
Courts-martial and other military legal proceedings / Jim McPherson --
pt. III. Domestic law enforcement and counterterrorism --
U.S.-based intelligence : the law and organizational structure / W. Renn Gade and Harvey Rishikof--
National security investigations / Todd Hinnen --
Electronic surveillance and cybersecurity / James X. Dempsey --
Material support of terrorism : tool for public safety or recipe for overreaching? / Peter Margulies --
Extraterritorial issues : investigation and prosecution of national security cases / Jennifer C. Daskal --
Data mining : a primer / Adam Isles --
Exports of surveillance technology to repressive regimes / Michael T. Gershberg --
pt. IV. Homeland security issues --
The use of the military in the homeland / Kurt Johnson --
Border security and the law / Susan Ginsburg --
Airport screening and scanning / J. Bennet Waters and Paul Rosenzweig --
Responding to biological attacks / Barry Kellman.
Responsibility: editors, Paul Rosenzweig, Timothy J. McNulty, Ellen Shearer.

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"Much in America has changed on September 11, 2001. One of those changes was the language of discourse in our public dialog about war and terrorism. But few realize that a robust and detailed body of law and policy lies behind that dialog. This book aims to demystify that law and policy. Interested journalists, policy makers and citizens will find within these pages a lucid, simple introduction to the critical legal and policy questions that have come to dominate American discourse"--P. [4] of cover.

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