Tag Archives: Harvard National Security Journal
Here is the prepared text, released by the White House, of John Brennan’s speech at the Harvard Law School-Brookings conference now under way in Cambridge. I will post video, including of the very interesting Q&A, as soon as I can:… Read more »
Liveblogging Session 1 – Opening Remarks and Panel 1: “What Can and Cannot Be Learned From the “War on Terrorism” For Other Threats?
With a few moments to go before the HLS-Brookings Program on Law & Security’s inaugural event begins, I wanted to briefly introduce myself to the Lawfare community. As Ben mentioned in an earlier post, I’m Keith Gerver, a recent graduate … Read more »
The Harvard National Security Journal has just posted a very interesting essay by Steven Bradbury entitled The Developing Legal Framework for Defensive and Offensive Cyber Operations. (Steve was my successor in running the Office of Legal Counsel for the … Read more »
The Harvard people have kindly put up a video of the National Security and Law Association/National Security Journal event from 4 February. The event was called “Understanding Detention and Predicting Prosecutions: Legal Challenges and Legislative Options Ten Years After 9/11,” … Read more »