Zachary K. Goldman

Zachary K. Goldman, JD, is the Executive Director of the Center on Law and Security and an Adjunct Professor of Law at NYU School of Law.

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Cyber & Technology

What Is Cyber Collateral Damage? And Why Does It Matter?

In the world of kinetic military operations, collateral damage is typically straightforward to assess because of well-established definitions, well-understood weapon characteristics, and reasonably well-defined legal and policy frameworks. Sasha Romanosky and Zachary Goldman discuss the challenges of extending this framework to cyberattacks with non-physical consequences.

Intelligence Oversight

Global Intelligence Oversight: Governing Security in the Twenty-First Century

Global Intelligence Oversight focuses on the new institutions and dynamics shaping and constraining intelligence agencies operations and explores the roles that particular types of oversight bodies serve by evaluating their operations in liberal democracies around the world.

Sanctions

A Door Half Open: Transparency, Secrecy, and the Future of EU Targeted Sanctions

In recent months, targeted sanctions on Russian and Ukrainian companies and individuals have formed the core of American and European Union (EU) efforts to deter Russia from escalating the conflict in Ukraine. But the ability of the EU to do so moving forward may be threatened as a result of lawsuits that have been filed by individuals on whom sanctions have been imposed.