Jacob Schulz

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Jacob Schulz is an associate editor at Lawfare and a research assistant at the Brookings Institution. He earned a bachelor’s degree summa cum laude from Amherst College in Law, Jurisprudence & Social Thought and French. He wrote his senior thesis about drone warfare and legal theory.

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White Nationalism

Justice Department Charges Five With Links to White Supremacist Group

On Feb. 26, federal prosecutors charged five individuals with links to Atomwaffen, a violent white supremacist group, for a pattern of harassment and intimidation. Prosecutors in the Western District of Washington charged four individuals in connection with a campaign to mail journalists threatening posters.

The Lawfare Podcast

The Lawfare Podcast Special Edition: An "Election Meltdown" in Iowa

The 2020 election cycle opened up with a dramatic failure, as the Iowa caucus was marred by a delayed announcement of the caucus results and an abundance of misinformation about its cause. It was a painful demonstration of the importance of election security and election infrastructure. We put together a special edition podcast to discuss what went wrong in Iowa and the factors that have increased mistrust in American elections.

China

Justice Department Charges Harvard Chemist With Lying About Chinese Contacts

The Justice Department has charged an American Harvard University professor and two Chinese nationals, in three different cases related to China. The professor, Dr. Charles Lieber, is alleged to have misrepresented his participation in a Chinese government-run research program to representatives from the Department of Defense and the National Institute of Health. One of the others charged, Yangqing Ye, is alleged to have "mask[ed]" her status in the People's Liberation Army in applications for a visa that allowed her to research and study at Boston University.