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  • Washington Journal National Security and the NSA
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    Future of the National Security Agency

    Stuart Taylor talked about his essay “The Big Snoop,” for the Brookings Institution. In the piece he profiled four national security experts and their views on the National Security Agency’s…

  • 20072008 Supreme Court Term
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    2007-2008 Supreme Court Term

    A panel discussion was held on the key rulings and developments of the 2007-2008 Supreme Court term. Rulings included striking down the District of Columbia’s 32-year-old ban on handguns;…

  • Presidential War Powers
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    Presidential War Powers

    Panelists spoke about presidential powers during times of war and the Bush administration’s use of executive power in efforts to combat global terrorism and pursue military actions in…

  • Congressional Redistricting and 2006 Election
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    Congressional Redistricting and 2006 Election

    Stuart Taylor moderated a panel discussion on ways in which the 2006 election results will be affected by congressional redistricting. Panel members explained that the ‘gerrymandering’ of some districts is…

  • International Law on the US Supreme Court
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    International Law on the U.S. Supreme Court

    The panelists debated aspects of Justice Antonin Scalia’s earlier keynote address where he denied the relevance of foreign law in U.S. courts. They disagreed about the applicability of…

  • Alito Supreme Court Nomination Analysis
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    Alito Supreme Court Nomination Analysis

    A panel discussion was held titled, “Scrutinizing Judge Alito: Does the Process Work?” Panelists discussed the confirmation debate involving U.S. Supreme Court nominee Judge Samuel A.…