“Black Holes and Open Secrets: The Impact of Covert Action on International Law” by Alexandra H. Perina
Kenneth Anderson Mon, Jun 8, 2015, 2:17 PM
53 Columbia Journal of Transnational Law No. 3, p. 507 (2015). Available on SSRN.
The status of covert activities by a government in international law is an under-discussed topic in legal scholarship, even as it is simultaneously a topic exciting great passions among many, on the one hand, and yet a core part of national security operations for the US government (and other governments), on the other.