A review of anti-propaganda strategies from the Cold War may inform contemporary responses to Russian active measures.
Cody Poplin is a student at Yale Law School. Prior to law school, Cody worked at the Brookings Institution and served as an editor of Lawfare. He graduated from the UNC-Chapel Hill in 2012 with degrees in Political Science & Peace, War, and Defense.
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This Week at the Military Commissions, 3/15 Session: In Case You Have to Testify to it 14 Years Later
FBI agents will identify evidence in pretrial hearings in the USS Cole case, mostly fiberglass and wires collected aboard the Cole in the days following the attack.
An overview of Trump's Executive Order entitled “Ethics Commitments by Executive Branch Appointees.”
Earlier this week, a suicide bomber outside a crowded hospital in Quetta, Pakistan killed at least 74 people and wounded dozens more. But Monday’s victims were not a random assortment of civilians waiting for medical care. Instead, the attack was designed to hit at the heart of Pakistan’s civil society—its legal community—and is likely to further undermine the tools necessary for governance in an increasingly chaotic country.
Today, the Department of Defense released revised procedures governing the conduct of its intelligence activities. Lawfare has a rundown of exactly what's new and what it means for DoD intelligence collection moving forward.
The Department of Defense released an update to the 2015 Law of War Manual on Friday, July 22nd, revising language on the protection of journalists in conflict.
Military Commissions Chief Prosecutor Mark Martins's statement at Guantanamo Bay before the resumption of pre-trial hearings in the case Khalid Shaikh Mohammad et al.