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Extraterritorial Foreign Policy Actions — Drones, Detention,Targeted Killings, Cyberattacks — What About Trade Powers?

     President Obama seems to have extended the extraterritorial reach of his executive powers by aggressively using drones, staking out a broad cyberstrike policy, targeted killings of Americans abroad, and continued detentions.  This is surprising given that this former constitutional law … Continue reading

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Counterterrorism and Global Trade — Legal Developments — Need a More Effective Congress and International Law.

In his two books, Jack Goldsmith rationalized the growth of presidential power in the War on Terror, addressing both the Bush and Obama administrations. And of course he tries to justify his actions, with some limited success, while in the … Continue reading

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Foreign Visas & Universities — Federal & State Proposals: More Proactive Policies for Economic Development?

This week Senator Mark Warner introduced bipartisan legislation that would update regulatory and tax policies to encourage entrepreneurs and innovators to launch new companies and create jobs. The Start-Up Act, introduced with Sen. Jerry Moran, includes various elements. Most importantly, it … Continue reading

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