Examining the state - and future - of national security law in an era with fewer active battlefields, yet one with persisting threats of technology-empowered and homegrown terrorists, concerns about balancing security and privacy, and rising peer-competitors. Sponsored by the Center on Law, Ethics and National Security with support from the Program in Public Law. For more information, contact Kathy Julian at email@example.com.
LENS Conference: After Afghanistan: Where to from Here
- Dunlap discusses Western anti-ISIL resolve in wake of increased violence and video showing execution of American Voice of America
- Dunlap comments on the "big business" of kidnapping westerners in the Middle East USA Today
- Dunlap: Foley execution could build U.S. appetite for aggressive response US News & World Report