|Vol. 5, No. 2 is now available on jnslp.com
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The Journal of National Security Law & Policy (JNSLP) is pleased to announce the publication of its special issue, Vol. 5:2, examining “Shadow Wars.” Louis Fisher, preeminent scholar of war and the Constitution as well as JNSLP Editorial Board Member, served as the issue’s guest editor. Articles, which discuss the law and policy regarding U.S. paramilitary operations, are by:
William C. Banks, Director, Institute for National Security and Counterterrorism; Board of Advisors Distinguished Professor of Law, Professor of Public Administration, Syracuse University; Editor-in-Chief, Journal of National Security Law & Policy. Shadow Wars.
Louis Fisher, Scholar in Residence, The Constitution Project. Basic Principles of the War Power.
Herbert Lawrence Fenster, Expert in Government Contract Law. The Great War Powers Misconception.
John Prados, Senior Fellow and Co-Director of the Iraq Documentation Project, and Director of the Vietnam Project at the National Security Archive at The George Washington University. The Continuing Quandary of Covert Operations.
Jennifer D. Kibbe, Associate Professor of Government, Franklin & Marshall College. Conducting Shadow Wars.
Jules Lobel, Professor of Law, University of Pittsburg School of Law. Covert War and the Constitution.
Robert F. Turner, Professor, Associate Director and Co-Founder, the Center for National Security Law, University of Virginia School of Law. Covert War and the Constitution: A Response.
Jules Lobel, Professor of Law, University of Pittsburg School of Law, and Robert F. Turner, Professor, Associate Director and Co-Founder, the Center for National Security Law, University of Virginia School of Law. The Constitutionality of Covert War: Rebuttals.
Afsheen John Radsan, Professor, William Mitchell College of Law; Assistant General Counsel at the Central Intelligence Agency from 2002 to 2004, and Richard Murphy, AT&T Professor of Law, Texas Tech University School of Law. The Evolution of Law and Policy for CIA Targeted Killing.
Richard M. Pious, Adolph and Effie Ochs Professor, Barnard College, Columbia University. White House Decisionmaking Involving Paramilitary Forces.
Loch K. Johnson, Regents Professor of International Affairs, University of Georgia. Intelligence Analysis and Planning for Paramilitary Operations.
Peter M. Shane, Jacob E. Davis and Jacob E. Davis II Chair in Law, The Ohio State University Moritz School of Law. Executive Branch Self-Policing in Times of Crisis: The Challenges for Conscientious Legal Analysis.
Laura A. Dickinson, Oswald Symister Colclough Research Professor of Law, The George Washington University Law School. Outsourcing Covert Activities.
Robert Chesney, Charles I. Francis Professor in Law, University of Texas School of Law. Military-Intelligence Convergence and the Law of the Title 10/Title 50 Debate.
To read articles and subscribe to the print version, visit jnslp.com