Rev. ed. of: National security law / Stephen Dycus ... [et al.]. 4th ed. c2007.
Library's copy is a gift from Dean Edleys's office.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Formatted Contents Note
Providing for the "common defence": the original understanding The gloss of history : an introduction to the separation of national security powers The president's national security powers Congress's national security powers The courts' national security powers The domestic effect of international law The right ot wage war (jus ad bellum) International humanitarian law (jus in bello) How we go to War : lessons from Vietnam The war powers resolution Collective self-defense Unilateral self-defense and rescue Targeting terrorists Humanitarian and peace operations Organization and auhtority of the intelligence community Covert actions in principle and practice Defying oversight? dirty assets, special military operations, and constructors Organizing for intelligence collection The Fourth Amendment and national security Congressional authority for foreign intelligence surveillance Programmatic electronic surveillance for foreign intelligence Third-party records and data mining Screening for security Surveillance abroad Preventive detention by civil authorities The great writ : habeas corpus before 9/11 The great writ : habeas corpus after 9/11 Military detention before 0/11 Military detention after 9/11 Interrogating terrorist suspects Case study : coercive interrogation by U.S. Forces after 9/11 Extraordinary rendition Criminalizing terrorism and material support Prosecuting accused terrorists and their supporters in criminal courts Trial by military commission Homeland security The military's domestic rules Regulating access to national security information Statutory access to national security information Other grounds for access to national security information Restraining unauthorized disclosures of national security information Restraints on publication of national security information.
KF4651 .N377 2011
New York : Wolters Kluwer Law & Business,