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Dunlap examines Bergdahl prisoner swap and Iraq instability
Dunlap has been called on by media outlets to analyze the complexities arising from continued U.S. involvement in the Middle East. He has spoken and written about U.S. involvement in a controversial prisoner swap for Army Sergeant Bowe Bergdahl, and about the military situation in Iraq as Islamic militants mount an offensive that is moving steadily toward Baghdad.
- WRAL: Dunlap says Iraqi militant group ISIS is “relatively small but very dangerous”
- Fox News: Dunlap on Bergdahl: "The jury is literally still out"
- Christian Science Monitor: Dunlap on Iraq chaos: "It doesn’t seem likely that Maliki’s forces, even with some US help, will be able to regain the lost areas anytime soon"
- Vox: Dunlap comments on legality of Bergdahl prisoner swap
- Reuters: Dunlap on Bergdahl release: We "cannot toss aside the cherished military ethos of leaving no one behind"
- Washington Times: Dunlap comments on potential legal roadblocks to increased military involvement in Iraq
Dunlap is a retired Air Force major general, professor of the practice, and executive director of Duke's Center on Law, Ethics and National Security. He joined the Duke Law faculty in July 2010. His teaching and scholarly writing focus on national security, international law, civil-military relations, cyberwar, and military justice.