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National security law / Stephen Dycus ... [et al.].


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5th ed. - New York : Wolters Kluwer Law & Business, c2011.
  • Book
  • xliii, 1,340 p. : ill., map, port. ; 26 cm.
Includes bibliographical references (p. xl-xli) and index.
  • Introduction
  • Providing for the "common defence" : the original understanding
  • The gloss of history : an introduction to the separation of national security powers
  • The president's national security powers
  • Congress's national security powers
  • The courts' national security powers
  • The domestic effect of international law
  • The right to wage war (jus ad bellum)
  • International humanitarian law (jus in bello)
  • How we go to war : lessons from Vietnam
  • The war powers resolution
  • Collective self-defense
  • Unilateral self-defense and rescue
  • Targeting terrorists
  • Humanitarian and peace operations
  • Organization and authority of the intelligence community
  • Covert actions in principle and practice
  • Defying oversight? dirty assets, special military operations, and contractors
  • Organizing for intelligence collection
  • The Fourth Amendment and national security
  • Congressional authority for foreign intelligence surveillance.
  • Programmatic electronic surveillance for foreign intelligence
  • Third-party records and data mining
  • Screening for security
  • Surveillance abroad
  • Preventive detention by civil authorities
  • The great writ : habeas corpus before 9/11
  • The great writ : habeas corpus after 9/11
  • Military detention before 9/11
  • Military detention after 9/11
  • Interrogating terrorist suspects
  • Case study : coercive interrogation by U.S. Forces after 9/11
  • Extraordinary rendition
  • Criminalizing terrorism and material support
  • Prosecuting accused terrorists and their supporters in criminal courts
  • Trial by military commission
  • Homeland security
  • The military's domestic rules
  • Regulating access to national security information
  • Statutory access to national security information
  • Other grounds for access to national security information
  • Restraining unauthorized disclosures of national security information
  • Restraints on publication of national security information.
Dycus, Stephen.
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National security law.
Aspen casebook series.

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