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Call for Papers: "Revisiting the Role of International Law in National Security"

Many conversations in the U.S. about situations of armed conflict – within civil society, academia, and the U.S. government – center on “national security law,” often drawing primarily from domestic law and military perspectives.  277 more words


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February 23, 2017 Angela Nagle, author of this and the forthcoming Kill All Normies, on the alt-right •  Laleh Khalili… 40 more words

What Is True National Security?

W.J. Astore

What is true national security?  Recent answers to this question focus on the U.S. military, Homeland Security, various intelligence agencies, and the like.  The “threat” is usually defined as foreign terrorists, primarily of the Islamist variety; marauding immigrants, mainly of the Mexican variety; and cyber hackers, often of the Russian variety.   545 more words

US Politics

100 Air Miles In: The Border Patrol Is Trump's Front Line of Control

After the “Muslim Ban” went into effect, we were flooded with reports of overzealous Customs and Border Patrol agents interpreting the law the way they wanted, resisting court orders, and detaining people while past the point of legitimacy. 518 more words

National Security

The Washington Post unveils new slogan for Donald Trump era

The Washington Post has unveiled a brand new slogan which seems to be a direct retaliation to Donald Trump’s war against the world’s media.

“Democracy dies in the darkness” is the brand new refrain that has been added to the masthead of the Post’s online homepage as well as its social platforms, including Snapchat, Bustle reports. 95 more words