National Security Law Journal releases Volume 2, Issue 1

NSLJ Issue PagesCombat drones, ITAR exemptions, nonjudicial punishment in the military, federal law enforcement support to states in emergencies, and two book reviews — all in our new fall/winter issue, out now!

Our long-awaited fall/winter issue is here! You can now access the digital version online.

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Drone Wars Event on 11/6

Join us tonight, Wednesday, November 6, 2013, at the Arlington Campus of George Mason University for Drone Wars: Challenges and Solutions, a panel discussion on a framework for the use of unmanned aerial vehicles under the law of armed conflict.

The opening reception will begin at 6:00 PM. At 6:30 PM, a drone pilot with the U.S. Air Force will give a brief presentation on how drones are operated, followed by the panel discussion and a post-panel networking reception with coffee and dessert.

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Drone Wars Panelists Announced

On the evening of Wednesday 11/6, the National Security Law Journal will host Drone Wars: Challenges and Solutions, a panel discussion on a framework for the use of unmanned aerial vehicles under the law of armed conflict. Panelists include:

  • Dr. James Jay Carafano, Vice President, Foreign and Defense Policy Studies at the Heritage Foundation
  • Scott Shane, a journalist for The New York Times, reporting principally on the intelligence community
  • Tara McKelvey, a feature writer for BBC News and the author of Monstering: Inside America’s Policy of Secret Interrogations and Torture in the Terror War

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