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In Robert Farley
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On March 6, 2012
Some additional thoughts on the Holder speech: 1. I’m generally in agreement with Adam/Marcy/Scott/ et al regarding the question of due process and judicial oversight in the targeting process To be sure, there could be contexts in which a situation is so critical that the executive cannot waste time seeking judicial approval or facilitating judicial […]
This is in the fresh issue of Strategic Studies Quarterly. (HT to MacGregor Eddy.) In sum: America’s nuclear security can rest easily on a relatively small number of counterforce and countervalue weapons totaling just over 300. Moreover, it does not matter if Russia, who is America’s biggest competitor in this arena, follows suit. The relative […]
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