Over the past few years, we have learned of massive electronic surveillance programs, cyber attacks, and the targeted killing of suspected terrorists. Controversies over the detention and interrogation of alleged terrorists remain on the front pages. These national security operations, and the efforts to constrain them to the law, challenge the legal rules typically applicable to war, security, and policing. Are modern national security operations lawful under domestic and international law? To what extent can states and officials be held accountable for abuses committed in these national security operations?
910.809.01 Homewood campus
Mondays, April 2-23, 6:45 to 8:15 p.m.
Cost: $102 (four sessions)
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