How international law would shape the response to a potential armed attack on a NATO member state.
Two significant developments concerning DHS’s intelligence reporting on journalists.
Over the past several weeks, I have become aware of two serious quality control failures that have occurred at Lawfare, one recent and one several years old. I am writing this post both to publicly own our errors and to inform readers of the remedial steps we are taking to address them.
The first incident involves a student contributor who co-authored a number of SinoTech columns on the site. The student contributor program at Lawfare is one of which I am deeply proud and, as a general matter, I have the highest confidence in our published student work.
The government just made a weird admission in my lawsuit about those intelligence reports DHS filed about me.
The first thing Nancy Pelosi should do if she retains her position as speaker of the house.
The much needed appellate intervention puts the Mar-a-Lago investigation back on track.