Tyler McBrien

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Tyler McBrien is the managing editor of Lawfare. He previously worked as a researcher with Princeton University's Innovations for Successful Societies, an editor with the Council on Foreign Relations, and a freelancer with the Brennan Center for Justice, Tactical Tech, and elsewhere. He also served as a Princeton in Africa Fellow with Equal Education in South Africa.

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What We Do and Don’t Know About the FBI’s Mar-a-Lago Search

The FBI’s surprise search of former President Trump’s residence has raised unanswered questions and engendered wide speculation. Here is a guide for the perplexed.


The Lawfare Podcast: Memorializing Babyn Yar after the Russian Invasion of Ukraine

When a Russian missile recently struck a TV tower in Kyiv, near Babyn Yar, the site of Nazi mass murders during the Holocaust, some saw the attack as a potent symbol of the tragic occurrence of violence in Ukraine. To talk through the historical significance of the attack, Lawfare Managing Editor Tyler McBrien sat down with Maksym Rokmaniko, an architect, designer, entrepreneur, and director at the Center for Spatial Technologies in Kyiv, and Linda Kinstler, a PhD candidate in the rhetoric department at UC Berkeley.