National Security LawThis course will examine the U.S. legal regimes governing: foreign and domestic intelligence operations, including intelligence collection and covert operations; the investigation, detention, prosecution, and trial of terrorists; the decision whether and how to use of military force, with an emphasis on separation of powers questions; and the control of national security information, with topics including classification, congressional oversight, public access and leaks.
Does this course satisfy the writing requirement? Yes
Enrollment Cap: 20
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|Jensen, Eric||Spring 2010, Visiting Professor||Download syllabus (PDF)