National Security Law: Principles and Policy
Comprehensive and accessible, NATIONAL SECURITY LAW is a guide to the legal foundations that support key national security powers: diplomatic, intelligence, military, economic, and criminal. The authors provide essential sources of national security law, including constitutional text, judicial opinions, statutes,, and policies. Suitable as either a supplement or a stand-alone text, it illustrates national security law principles through discussion of war powers, followed by treatments of topical issues.
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national security, separation of powers, intelligence, FISA, terrorism, surveillance
International Law | Law | National Security Law | Transnational Law
Corn, Geoffrey; Gurule, Jimmy; Jensen, Eric; and Margulies, Peter, "National Security Law: Principles and Policy" (2015). Books. 249.