An overlooked new law on terrorism-related civil liability could have major implications for U.S. foreign assistance policy—even if it can’t withstand constitutional scrutiny.
Harry Graver is a second-year student at Harvard Law School and a graduate of Yale University. He has previously interned in the Office of the Chief Prosecutor in the Office of Military Commissions.
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