General Interest

9-10 November 2017 – UPenn CERL Navigating Law and Ethics at the Crossroads of Journalism and National Security

  Navigating Law and Ethics at the Crossroads of Journalism and National Security  Co-hosted by CERL and the Annenberg School for Communication, the roundtable conference will convene academics, analysts, and practitioners from fields as diverse as law, journalism, media, public policy, philosophy, national security, and others to explore some of…

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War on the Rocks – MULTI-DOMAIN BATTLE: TONIGHT, TOMORROW, AND THE FUTURE FIGHT – 18 August 2017

https://warontherocks.com/2017/08/multi-domain-battle-tonight-tomorrow-and-the-future-fight/ People like to talk about how the future of warfare will be different, but it has already started to arrive. For some years now, the beginnings of major shifts in the character of warfare have been visible in places like eastern Ukraine and the Middle East. Across these battlefields,…





Lawfare – Federal Prosecution is a Viable Option for Enemy Combatants – 24 July 2017

https://www.lawfareblog.com/federal-prosecution-viable-option-enemy-combatants By Mary B. McCord Monday, July 24, 2017, 2:19 PM “It is true, of course, that the United States will not have an Article III option in every case in which it has the opportunity to take custody of an enemy combatant. Law enforcement officials may lack the quantum…




MWI – MWI PODCAST: TRAINING TO WIN ON THE MODERN BATTLEFIELD – 28 June 2017

MWI PODCAST: TRAINING TO WIN ON THE MODERN BATTLEFIELD, WITH COL. JONATHAN NEUMANN Jake Miraldi | June 28, 2017 https://mwi.usma.edu/mwi-podcast-training-win-modern-battlefield-col-jonathan-neumann/ http://modernwarinstitute.libsyn.com/rss In this episode of the MWI podcast, Capt. Jake Miraldi sits down for a discussion with Col. Jonathan Neumann. For the past three years, Col. Neumann has served as…


MWI – WHY THE MILITARY’S NONPARTISAN ETHIC HAS ERODED, AND WHAT TO DO ABOUT IT – 27 June 2017

http://militarylegitimacyreview.com/?p=2104 https://mwi.usma.edu/militarys-nonpartisan-ethic-eroded/ Editor’s note: This article is based on a study conducted by the author and published by National Defense University Press. Read the full study at: http://ndupress.ndu.edu/Portals/68/Documents/casestudies/cco_casestudy-1.pdf?ver=2017-05-22-090156-52 “Normative violations of the nonpartisan ethic by members of the military might not grab headlines like the Marines United scandal, but both have…