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Tools and Tradeoffs: A Second Call for Comments

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Friday, March 15, 2013 at 4:47 PM

About a month ago, I posted a draft paper my colleague Dan Byman and I had put together about the different tools the United States uses to go after citizens waging war against it from abroad. In the crush of coverage of the White Paper controversy, the Brennan nomination, and the Rand Paul filibuster, the . . .
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Guess What’s Trending on Twitter Right Now?

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Wednesday, February 6, 2013 at 3:35 PM

#ReplaceSongTitleWithDrone is going bananas. Here are some of my personal favorites: Tilo Jung ‏@TiloJung I’ve got 99 drones, but a surveillance drone ain’t one #ReplaceSongTitleWithDrone   Eric Larson ‏@larsoneric50 #ReplaceSongTitleWithDrone Killing Me Unconstitutionally With His Drone   Tim Dickinson ‏@7im Sweet Drone Alabama #ReplaceSongTitleWithDrone     Andrew Kaczynski ‏@BuzzFeedAndrew Drone It Like It’s Hot #ReplaceSongTitleWithDrone . . .
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Dan Byman on Guantanamo as Recruitment Tool

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Tuesday, December 28, 2010 at 8:59 AM

A few days ago, I expressed doubt as to the veracity of the President’s comments that “Guantanamo is probably the number one recruitment tool that is used by these jihadist organizations.” I did so tentatively because I am no expert in Al Qaeda recruiting, but given the prevalence of this point in the administration’s Guantanamo . . .
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