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2 Dec 2015, 9:24 am by David Bosco
As Ashley Deeks pointed out, the language is the result of a careful compromise, mostly betweeen Russia and the West: Russia is acting against ISIS in Syria with Assad’s consent, and asserts that other bases for using force in Syria are inconsistent with international law. [read post]
9 Apr 2016, 7:51 am by Alex R. McQuade
Ashley Deeks responded to his speech, highlighting Egan’s discussion of “imminence. [read post]
12 Jan 2016, 3:27 pm by Robert Chesney
Location: Sheffield-Massey Room (Townes Hall 2.111), UT School of Law 9:00am - 9:30am         Welcome and breakfast: Introduction by Judge James Baker 9:30am - 10:30am       SESSION 1: Cyber in the Intelligence/Surveillance Context Bill Banks (Syracuse) Jen Daskal (American) 10:45am - 11:45am     SESSION 2: Cyber in the Criminal Law Context Paul Ohm (Georgetown) Jennifer Granick (Stanford) Richard Downing (Justice Department) Sean Farrell (FBI) 11:45am -… [read post]
7 Nov 2016, 11:04 am by Quinta Jurecic
, by Benjamin Wittes Donald Trump and a Tale of Two Washingtons, by Benjamin Wittes "The Loneliest Job": Donald Trump, Barack Obama, and the Moral Requirements of the Presidency, by Quinta Jurecic Statement by Fifty Former National Security Officials re Donald Trump, by John Bellinger The Trump National Security Paradox, by Benjamin Wittes The National Security Gap and the Myth of an ISIS-Busting Trump, by Jane Chong What Reinhold Niebuhr Can Tell Us About Donald Trump, by Stephen Bates… [read post]
21 Jun 2019, 12:08 pm by Vishnu Kannan
  ICYMI: Yesterday on Lawfare Ashley Deeks and Scott Anderson analyzed the legal implications of Iran shooting down a U.S. surveillance drone in the vicinity of the Persian Gulf. [read post]
8 May 2018, 12:13 pm by Hayley Evans
Shannon Togawa Mercer and Ashley Deeks examined the regulatory environment surrounding U.K. law enforcement’s use of facial recognition software. [read post]
26 Oct 2017, 9:52 am by Vanessa Sauter
  ICYMI, Yesterday on Lawfare Ashley Deeks, Sabrina McCubbin and Cody Poplin considered what the U.S. could learn from Cold War anti-propaganda strategies. [read post]
4 Dec 2020, 1:18 pm by Anna Salvatore
Ashley Deeks argued that the U.S. government should share classified information with tech platforms about potential attacks on cyber infrastructure or foreign interference. [read post]
28 Oct 2017, 5:01 am by Garrett Hinck, Matthew Kahn
Ashley Deeks, Sabrina McCubbin, and Cody Poplin analyzed how lessons from U.S. counter-Soviet propaganda efforts can apply to current Russian influence operations. [read post]
20 Oct 2015, 5:16 pm by Maj. Patrick Walsh
For those states, the international legal basis for using force in Syria against ISIS is based on the “unwilling or unable” theory (expertly analyzed by Ashley Deeks here). [read post]
29 Apr 2015, 7:00 pm by The Book Review Editor
The detention question was raised a while back on Lawfare, in a 2013 post by Ashley Deeks regarding  UN “standard operating procedures to govern detentions that arise in the course of UN operations. [read post]
12 Apr 2016, 12:46 pm by Douglas Cantwell
As Ashley Deeks noted, states increasingly resort to multi-part tests (MPTs) when justifying uses of force that don’t fall within the strict confines of the UN Charter. [read post]
12 Jan 2012, 3:30 pm by Kevin Jon Heller
”  Blank offers precisely one citation for the “unwilling or unable” test, and that citation will not surprise you: Ashley Deeks’ forthcoming article in the Virginia Journal of International Law. [read post]
3 Feb 2014, 10:11 am by Kenneth Anderson
”  The Obama administration (as Benjamin Wittes and I explain in this book chapter) holds to the US government’s traditional view that a lawful target does not cease being a lawful target under the laws of war in virtue of crossing a border – the restrictions in any particular circumstance, if any, arise under jus ad bellum considerations of the rights of neutral states, subject to the “unable or unwilling” test, articulated by Ashley Deeks in her… [read post]
16 Sep 2011, 11:42 pm by Kevin Jon Heller
  (Ashley Deeks at least cites a couple of law reviews in defense of it, albeit one from 1958, in addition to — unsurprisingly — statements by American officials.) [read post]
16 Aug 2014, 7:00 am by Tara Hofbauer
Ashley Deeks considered Maliki’s constitutional argument. [read post]
9 Apr 2016, 9:53 am by Rita Siemion, Heather Brandon
Marty Lederman provided a broad summary over at Just Security and here at Lawfare Jack Goldsmith, Ashley Deeks, and Daniel Bethlehem have been discussing Egan’s treatment of imminence under the jus ad bellum. [read post]
3 Aug 2018, 8:10 am by Hilary Hurd
However, as Ashley Deeks points out, the manual for U.S. attorneys includes certain provisions designed to protect the press from the full enforcement of Section 641. [read post]
1 Mar 2017, 6:00 am by Zachary Burdette
Ashley Deeks has explored the dynamics of how this interstate intelligence cooperation constrains the U.S. intelligence community, referring to these limitations as “peer constraints. [read post]