A bibliography of the Supreme Court nominee’s published writings and public comments on foreign relations, national security and related issues.
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The Supreme Court’s Fourth Amendment ruling closed the door on such surveillance of Americans and has implications for reauthorization of the USA Freedom Act next year.
Understanding the Supreme Court nominee's minimalist view of the courts’ role in foreign affairs and security.
How might a Justice Kavanaugh approach search and seizure cases ?
An assessment of Judge Kavanaugh’s record on military commissions should include a fair decision for a Guantanamo detainee.
Arguments and implications that the parties—and the court—missed in Ortiz v. United States.
Twenty years ago, Brett Kavanaugh and I were on the team that drafted Kenneth Starr’s impeachment referral. Here’s what the Supreme Court nominee did and did not do.
If Judge Kavanaugh’s writings on special counsel investigations really influenced Trump’s decision to nominate him, then Trump is a bigger fool than I imagined.
Trump v. Hawaii is about the constitutional status of pretext: When should we accept a pretext from the president and what does it take to cure or alleviate the taint of bad acts by a president once they have taken place?