Law and Justice
Since 9/11, many have asked questions about the conflict between civil rights and counter-terrorism actions. Whether it's the government's detention policy (Guantánamo Bay), targeted killings (sometimes of American citizens) using unmanned drones, or domestic surveillance, Brookings experts are taking a hard look at the issues.
Two women look at a crime scene as a police officer carries a police cordon to mark off an area in Boca del Monte, on the outskirts of Guatemala City (REUTERS/Jorge Dan Lopez).
Central Americans Displaced by Criminal Violence: A Roundtable Discussion
February 11, 2014
On February 11, the Project on Internal Displacement and the Latin American Initiative held a discussion on policy responses to Central American displacement induced by criminal violence.
Law and Justice
September 18, 2013, Elizabeth Ferris, Kemal Kirişci and Salman Shaikh
July 29, 2013, William Bendix and Paul J. Quirk
July 23, 2013, Daniel L. Byman and Benjamin Wittes
July 8, 2013, Kevin Casas-Zamora
June 19, 2013, Vanda Felbab-Brown
Article | Foreign Policy
June 17, 2013, John McLaughlin
Article | NYU Center on International Cooperation
June 12, 2013, Vanda Felbab-Brown
Article | Forbes
June 11, 2013, John Villasenor
Article | Survival
June 6, 2013, Vanda Felbab-Brown
Book Chapter | Center for Complex Operations
April 2013, Vanda Felbab-Brown
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