Law and the Long War: Closing Post

by Chris Borgen

On behalf of all of us at Opinio Juris, I want to thank Benjamin Wittes  for joining us this week for a symposium his book Law and the Long War.  We also want to thank  Bobby Chesney,  Geoff CornMarty LedermanGlenn Sulmasy, and Steve Vladeck for their guest-blogging with us. Their contributions were invaluable.

We also want to thank everyone else from the Opinio Juris community who commented or followed the discussion.

We hope you found it interesting and useful.

Later this month, we will have our next book symposium (our first from the Oxford University Press/ Opinio Juris Book Club). Dean Tom Farer of the Graduate School of International Studies of the University of Denver (and other guests) will be joining us to discuss his book Confronting Global Terrorism and American Neo-Conservatism: The Framework of a Liberal Grand Strategy.

It should be a good follow-up to the symposium we have just completed. More details soon.

3 Responses

  1. Yes thanks to you all! I would have enjoyed David Cole’s perspectives in this forum because he has unique insights into these issues as well. These discussions have been a great learning experience for me. 

  2. Response… 

    This was an outstanding effort by all.  Could you please consider continuing it to address the interrogation issues? 

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