Nonresident Senior Fellow, Governance Studies
Robert Chesney is the Charles I. Francis Professor in Law at the University of Texas School of Law and a senior editor at the Journal of National Security Law and Policy. His current research focuses on national security law and policy, constitutional law, and counterterrorism law and policy.
Law and Security
Law and Justice
U.S. Constitutional Issues
Paper | House Armed Services Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations
June 15, 2011
May 12, 2011
January 22, 2010
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On July 29, Katharine Moon will participate in a panel discussion on North Korea's nuclear program at the Aspen Security Forum in Aspen, Colorado.
On July 30, Jonathan Pollack will participate in a panel discussion on geopolitics in the Asia-Pacific at the Aspen Security Forum in Aspen, Colorado.
RT @BenSasse: An important mission & strong chief.
People long for big cause.
MT"@businessinsider: Aps to Dallas Police Dept have tripled since shootings"
@amicablycurious @ClementsCenter just wait, that one was nothing!
@philwalter1058 @NKFinney @ClementsCenter will do!
.@ClementsCenter Summer Seminar, here I come! Timely topic tonight: why & how law matters in nat'l sec policymaking. https://t.co/P9JG7jIrXy
US gvt no doubt tracks Russian exploitation of social media. But time has come for sustained pushback campaign. https://t.co/k8x22pq0SW
RT @peterwsinger: It's been active trying influence elections ranging from Hungary to Brexit to now US, all seeking to divide/weaken https://t.co/kRElibUcyk
Smart take. https://t.co/0g2cqiSLse
RT @AFP: #UPDATE Turkey can hold suspects without charge for up to 30 days under state of emergency https://t.co/VLmWqnos7s #Turkey
Congratulations Paul! https://t.co/AWsV2wKewQ
RT @charlie_savage: The ACLU taps @DavidColeGtown to be its new National Legal Director https://t.co/DfOUfyMt6T
RT @aogarza: Intro from @BobbyChesney of @strausscenter’s new series re: #mexico & principal author @Sleutert https://t.co/pgvNdNXfWL @UTAustin @lawfare
Very important: ("senior al-Qaeda leaders are increasingly migrating to a 'growing safe haven in Syria.'") https://t.co/H4rANlmOX1
RT @strausscenter: Excited to co-sponsor 4th Transatlantic Dialogue on International Law & Armed Conflict! https://t.co/DpJmFkPsB1 https://t.co/l88iV6yQBV
RT @strausscenter: Check out @lawfareblog's "Beyond the Border"-- led by our inaugural #MSI Fellow @Sleutert! https://t.co/tSg7WLEvBX https://t.co/HX3urtnsEK
RT @benjaminwittes: Super excited about @Sleutert's series on @lawfareblog on bizarrely undercovered mass violence in Central America: https://t.co/d9ZPxv1iWW
RT @aogarza: Great new initiative via @UTAustin @strausscenter focusing on #mexico & its security issues. @BobbyChesney explains https://t.co/bomXIHF1GU
RT @aogarza: .@BobbyChesney @strausscenter @lawfare, introduces “Beyond the Border” part of #Mexico Security Initiative https://t.co/pgvNdNXfWL
RT @adschina: RNC platform calls for hacking back: "make clear that users have a self-defense right to deal with hackers as they see fit."
RT @Susan_Hennessey: Part people miss about this: Killing company's market share is highly-effective policy tool, happens quickly w/ apps https://t.co/zp5rdXAfO5
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