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  • USUK Terrorism Laws
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    U.S.-U.K. Terrorism Laws

    Mr. Rivkin talked about the differences between U.S. and U.K. anti-terrorism laws and the lessons that can be learned by comparing them. He wrote an opinion piece in the Monday, August 14,…

  • Combating Terrorism
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    Combating Terrorism

    Following Attorney General Gonzales' defense of domestic surveillance programs by the Bush administration in efforts to combat terrorism, legal scholars talked to students about the remarks…

  • Future of the Geneva Conventions
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    Future of the Geneva Conventions

    A panel discussion, titled “Detention and Interrogation of Captured Enemies: Do Law and National Security Clash,” was held on the future of the Geneva Conventions and international norms as…

  • US Foreign Policy and Threats to International Security
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    U.S. Foreign Policy and Threats to International Security

    Scholars talked about foreign policy goals and operations, including relations with Iran, North Korea, Iraq, as well as efforts to combat global terrorism. Among the issues they addressed…

  • Treatment of Terrorism Suspects
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    Treatment of Terrorism Suspects

    This was the first part of a five-part series on the effects of the Patriot Act. Each segment began with a brief interview with a journalist, followed by a roundtable discussion of the…