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22 Jul 2013
by Sean Gallagher

In the early 20th century, the US military faced a new challenge with the increased use of radio technology for military operations. Cryptology, the study of codes and how to crack them, emerged as an important tool for military intelligence. It was for this reason that during World War I, … [read more]

Academic Commentary
13 Mar 2013

JURIST Guest Columnist Anthony D'Amato of the Northwestern University School of Law says that habeas corpus rights are too important for the executive branch to ignore, even in a time of war...US President Barack Obama asserts that he has the constitutional privilege and power to order the killing of any … [read more]

Professional Commentary
24 Oct 2007

Gary Solis [Adjunct professor, Georgetown University Law Center and former Marine Corps judge advocate and military judge]: "[During his Senate Judiciary Committee confirmation hearing last Thursday,] Attorney General-nominee Michael Mukasey could not or would not say if he considers waterboarding torture. "If it is torture, it is unconstitutional," he responded … [read more]

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