Videos tagged with Maj. Gen. Charles J. Dunlap, Jr

  • Two leading firearms law scholars, David B. Kopel, research director at the Independence Institute and associate policy analyst at the Cato Institute, and George A. Mocsary of the Southern Illinois University School of Law, join Professor Charles Dunlap and Professor Darrell Miller for a discussion of The Second Amendment and the Prevention of Tyranny.

    Co-sponsored by the Duke Center for Firearms Law and the Center for Law, Ethics, and National Security.

  • The detention facility at Guantanamo Bay remains open, despite efforts to close it. Forty-one detainees are currently held at Guantanamo Bay and Military Commission proceedings continue. A panel of DoD experts, litigators, and human rights advocates discussed the way ahead during the American Bar Association's 2017 Annual Meeting.

    Moderator: David B. Rivkin, Jr., Partner, BakerHostetler

    Panelists:

  • Duke's Center on Law, Ethics and National Security (LENS) held its annual national security conference on February 24-25, 2017 at Duke Law School. The 2017 LENS conference was titled "Cyber, Security & Surveillance: Truth & Consequences."

    Keynote: The View from the NSA
    Introduction: Maj. Gen. Charlie Dunlap, USAF (Ret.), LENS Executive Director
    Speaker: Mr. Glenn S. Gerstell, General Counsel, National Security Agency

  • Duke's Center on Law, Ethics and National Security (LENS) held its annual national security conference on February 24-25, 2017 at Duke Law School. The 2017 LENS conference was titled "Cyber, Security & Surveillance: Truth & Consequences."

    Ethics in the Age of Cyber and Autonomy
    Speaker: Col. Linell Letendre, USAF, Head, Department of Law, U.S. Air Force Academy

    Closing remarks: Maj. Gen. Charlie Dunlap, USAF (Ret.), LENS Executive Director

  • Duke's Center on Law, Ethics and National Security (LENS) held its annual national security conference on February 24-25, 2017 at Duke Law School. The 2017 LENS conference was titled "Cyber, Security & Surveillance: Truth & Consequences."

    China, Cyber, & U.S. National Security

    Introduction: Maj. Gen. Charlie Dunlap, USAF (Ret.), LENS Executive Director
    Speaker: Dr. Dean Cheng, Heritage Foundation, author of Cyber Dragon: Inside China's Information Warfare and Cyber Operations (2017)

  • Duke's Center on Law, Ethics and National Security (LENS) held its annual national security conference on February 24-25, 2017 at Duke Law School. The 2017 LENS conference was titled "Cyber, Security & Surveillance: Truth & Consequences."

    Military Lawyering in the Cyber Era: Challenges and Opportunities

  • Duke's Center on Law, Ethics and National Security (LENS) held its annual national security conference on February 24-25, 2017 at Duke Law School. The 2017 LENS conference was titled "Cyber, Security & Surveillance: Truth & Consequences."

  • A discussion of Professor Powell's latest book, Targeting Americans: The Constitutionality of the U.S. Drone War (Oxford University Press). Powell's book focuses on the legal debate surrounding drone strikes, From a position of deep practical expertise in constitutional issues, Prof. Powell provides a dispassionate and balanced analysis of the issues posed by U.S. targeted killing policy. A fundamental theme of the book is that the conclusion that an action or policy is constitutional should not be confused with claims about its wisdom, morality, or legality under international norms.

  • Speaker: Col. Bryan Watson, USAF, White House Military Office

    Closing remarks: Maj. Gen. Charlie Dunlap, USAF (Ret.), LENS Executive Director

    Duke's Center on Law, Ethics and National Security (LENS) held its annual national security conference on February 26-27, 2016 at Duke Law School. The 2016 LENS conference, titled "Hybrid Threats = Hybrid Law?", will examine how technology, science, and societal changes have affected the nature of war, created new fields of conflict, and necessitated new ways of thinking about the legal architecture affecting 21st century threats.

  • Introduction: Maj. Gen. Charlie Dunlap, USAF (Ret.), LENS Executive Director
    Speaker: Craig Silliman, Executive VP of Public Policy and General Counsel, Verizon

  • Hybrid War, Hybrid Law: Framing the Issues -
    Speaker: Professor Kenneth Anderson, American University, Washington College of Law

    Duke's Center on Law, Ethics and National Security (LENS) held its annual national security conference on February 26-27, 2016 at Duke Law School. The 2016 LENS conference, titled "Hybrid Threats = Hybrid Law?", will examine how technology, science, and societal changes have affected the nature of war, created new fields of conflict, and necessitated new ways of thinking about the legal architecture affecting 21st century threats.

  • The 2015 LENS Conference, Law in the Age of 'Forever War', focuses on the legal issues that accompany warfare in a time when technology, relationships between nations, and the abilities of non-state actors to affect the international stage, are all changing rapidly. Speakers address some of the difficult issues that have come to define modern law as it relates to warfare: targeting, surveillance, home-grown terrorism, intelligence gathering in the digital age, ensuring human rights and civil liberties.

    Keynote Speech

  • Panel 4: International Military Operations: Lessons Learned and Challenges for the Future
    Moderator: Professor Charles Dunlap
    Col (S) Rob Preston, USAF, Seymour Johnson AFB, NC
    Maj Steve Strickey, Canadian Forces
    Sqn Ldr Joanne Swainston, Royal Air Force
    CDR Hugh Cameron, Australian Navy

  • Luncheon presentation
    Host: Professor Charles Dunlap
    Speaker: Dr. Mac Owens, Naval War College

  • Examining the state -- and future -- of national security law-related issues in the era beyond active battlefields, yet one with persisting threats of technology-empowered terrorists, and one with rising peer-competitors.

    Opening Remarks: Professor Charles Dunlap, LENS Executive Director
    Panel 1: International Human Rights Law: Lessons Learned and Challenges for the Future
    Moderator: Professor Joseph Blocher, Duke Law School
    Professor Madeline Morris, Duke Law School
    Andrew Woods, Harvard Law School
    Professor Saira Mohamed, UC Berkeley Law School

  • From May 31 to June 11, 2010 state parties to the International Criminal Court gathered to consider amendments to its foundational document, the Rome Statute, and to take stock of its implementation and impact. Among other achievements, this conference finalized a definition of the Crime of Aggression, the final crime over which the ICC has jurisdiction.

    Sponsored by the International Criminal Court Student Network.

  • Daniel W. Sutherland, an associate general counsel in U.S.Department of Homeland Security, discusses the complex relationship between emerging technology and national security law.

    Speaker: Mr. Daniel W. Sutherland, Associate General Counsel, National Protection and Programs Directorate, Office of the General Counsel, U.S.Department of Homeland Security

    Lecture title: Technology, Cyberspace and the Law: Challenges and Opportunities

    Recorded as part of the 2014 LENS Conference: LAWshaping in National Security: The Past, the Progress, and the Path Ahead.