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This week on the podcast, Jack Goldsmith interviews Dan Drezner at the Hoover Book Soiree about Drezner's new book, “The Ideas Industry: How Pessimists, Partisans, and Plutocrats are Transforming the Marketplace of Ideas.”
Join us for our June 15 Hoover book soiree.
With the impending sunset of Section 702 of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act in December 2017, debate is heating up over how the crucial intelligence-gathering provision will be reauthorized by Congress—and even if it will be reauthorized at all. At the Hoover Institution, Benjamin Wittes sat down with former Director of the National Counterterrorism Center Matt Olsen to talk about the intelligence community's perspective on 702 and what lies ahead for it in these turbulent times.
Without the Paris Agreement, we are moving ever closer toward climate hell.
Perhaps McGahn, Pruitt, and others worry that judges could use the Paris Accord to push back against the EPA’s upcoming regulatory reforms. That's not an unreasonable concern.
Join the Hoover Institution for its Section 702 conference this Thursday, June 1.
A brief overview of some of the key colloquies, with a focus on the substantive differences between this travel ban case and the one under review in the Fourth Circuit.
An en banc Fourth Circuit hears argument on Executive Order 13,780.
Today marks the launch of our comprehensive page collecting developments and news stories relating to President Trump and his associates’ alleged ties to Russia. But the internet is teeming with timelines and databases—some quite sophisticated—providing infinite variations on this very thing. So what’s the point of rolling out yet another one?