Fordham Law School banner photo


photo of professor

 

Karen J. Greenberg
Director, Center on National Security

http://www.centeronnationalsecurity.org
33 West 60th Street, 2nd Floor
New York, NY 10023

Email: karen.greenberg@law.fordham.edu
Telephone: 646.293.3928
Fax: 212.636.6775
Office: Room Room 224

Books

The Least Worst Place (Oxford University Press, New York, 2009). 
Selected in Best Books of the Year by The Washington Post and Slate.com.

The Enemy Combatant Papers, editor (Cambridge University Press, New York, 2008).

The Torture Debate in America, editor (Cambridge University Press, New York, 2005).
                    
The Torture Papers, editor (Cambridge University Press, New York, 2005).

Al Qaeda Now, editor (Cambridge University Press, New York, 2005).

The Terrorist Trial Report Card, 2003–2011, editor (Center on Law and Security, New York University, New York, 2001–2011) .

Selected Articles and Op-Eds

 “Peter King’s Reckless Claim of al Shabab’s Menace to the U.S.,” July 31, 2011, The Guardian.

“Obama’s Gitmo Breakthrough,” July 6, 2011, The Daily Beast.

“Business as Usual on Steroids,” June 19, 2011, TomDispatch.com.

“How Osama Bin Laden perverted US Justice,” May 2, 2011, The Guardian.

“Inside the Vacuum of Ignorance,” April 25, 2011, ForeignPolicy.com.

“Even at Guantanamo, a 9/11 Trial Can Serve Justice,” April 8, 2011, The Washington Post.

“Why Khalid Sheikh Mohammed will be Tried at Guantanamo,” April 4, 2011, The Guardian.

“America’s Growing Intolerance,” March 29, 2011, TomDispatch.com.

“Tortured Gitmo Detainee Sentenced,” January 26, 2011, Mother Jones.

“Reneging on Guantanamo,” January 22, 2011, The Guardian.

“Get over the Gitmo Acquittal,” November 20, 2010, The Daily Beast.

“Ghailani Verdict A Win for America,” November 18, 2010, Mother Jones.

“Homegrown: The Rise of American Jihad,” May 21, 2010, The New Republic.

“Tortured History,” June 4, 2009, The National Interest.