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Intelligence Squared US Debate: “The President Has Constitutional Power To Target And Kill U.S. Citizens Abroad”

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Thursday, March 13, 2014 at 9:50 PM

For the Motion: Alan Dershowitz, Professor of Law, Harvard Law School Michael Lewis, Professor of Law, Ohio Northern University School of Law Against the Motion: Noah Feldman, Professor of Law, Harvard Law School Hina Shamsi, Director of the ACLU National Security Project President Has Constitutional Power to Target Americans from Intelligence Squared U.S. Debates on FORA.tv The results are . . .
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More Interesting Commentary on Targeted Killing White Paper

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Sunday, February 10, 2013 at 7:14 AM

Noah Feldman has a piece entitled Obama’s Drone Attack on Your Due Process, which concludes: The white paper should have said that due process doesn’t apply on the battlefield. By instead making due process into a rubber stamp, the administration is ignoring precedent and subverting the idea of the rule of law. When is some . . .
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Examining the Evidence of a Detention-Drone Strike Tradeoff

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Monday, October 17, 2011 at 11:43 AM

Yesterday Jack linked to this piece by Noah Feldman, which among other things advances the argument that the Obama administration has resorted to drone strikes at least in part in order to avoid having to grapple with the legal and political problems associated with military detention: Guantanamo is still open, in part because Congress put obstacles . . .
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Noah Feldman on Al-Aulaqi Killing

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Sunday, October 16, 2011 at 8:58 PM

My colleague Noah Feldman has an interesting essay on Bloomberg that draws connections between the controversial Bush-era legal opinions on interrogation and President Obama’s targeted killing policy.  The essay is difficult to summarize, but these passages will provide a flavor: Guantanamo is still open, in part because Congress put obstacles in the way. Instead of detaining . . .
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