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November 25, 2015, Jonathan Rothwell
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November 9, 2015, Benjamin Wittes
Law and Security
Article | Journal of Strategic Studies
September 14, 2015, Daniel L. Byman
The Father of the Constitution Meets Modern American Politics
2015, Benjamin Wittes and Pietro S. Nivola, eds.
July 21, 2015, Vanda Felbab-Brown
Book Chapter | United Nations University
June 4, 2015, Vanda Felbab-Brown
May 26, 2015, Vanda Felbab-Brown
April 2015, Vanda Felbab-Brown and Harold Trinkunas
April 29, 2015
Legality, Legitimacy, and the Responses to the 2008 Financial Crisis
2015, Philip A. Wallach
March 2015, Richard Feinberg, Emily Miller and Harold Trinkunas
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The Hague Institute for Global Justice
Senior Fellow, Governance Studies
Visiting Fellow, Governance Studies
Stuart S. Taylor, Jr.
Nonresident Senior Fellow, Governance Studies
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