"Tackles some of the most challenging dilemmas and the new post-9/11 realities confronting Congress as it legislates the new ground rules for the war on terror. Presents an agenda for reforming statutory laws governing this new battle that balances need for security, rule of law, and constitutional rights of freedom"--Provided by publisher.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Nine democracies and the problems of detention, surveillance, and interrogation / Mark. H. Gitenstein Administrative detention : integrating strategy and institutional design / Matthew C. Waxman Long-term terrorist detention and a U.S. National Security Court / Jack Goldsmith Optimizing criminal prosecution as a counterterrorism tool / Robert M. Chesney Better rules for terrorism trials / Robert S. Litt and Wells C. Bennett Refining immigration law's role in counterterrorism / David A. Martin Modernizing the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act : progress to date and work still to come / David S. Kris National security issues in civil litigation : a blueprint for reform / Justin Florence and Matthew Gerke Looking forward, not backward : refining U.S. interrogation law / Stuart Taylor Jr. and Benjamin Wittes Targeted killing in U.S. counterterrorism strategy and law / Kenneth Anderson.