Anastasia Bradatan

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Anastasia Bradatan is a JD Candidate at Georgetown University Law Center. She has worked at U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services for two years prior to attending law school and is a member of the Georgetown Immigration Law Journal. She attended the University of Texas at Austin, where she received her BA in International Relations, Spanish- Portuguese and Hindi.

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Guantanamo Bay

Gul v. Biden: Habeas Corpus and the Associated Force Doctrine in Guantanamo Bay Litigation

Judge Mehta’s 2021 decision granting Guantanamo Bay detainee Asadullah Haroon Gul’s writ of habeas corpus defines what the government must show to prove that a member of a former “associated force” should also be considered a part of al-Qaeda.

2022 Ukraine Crisis

The World Reacts to Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine

The reactions reflect how the world sees Russia’s actions, a perception that is relevant to both international law and policy surrounding Ukraine moving forward.