In 2009, the Journal of the National Security Forum Board of Editors posed ten questions on national security to a group of national-security law experts. Contributors were free to answer as many of the ten questions as they wished. All responses were published in a special issue of the William Mitchell Law Review. I answered the following three questions: 3. What are the lessons from detaining non-U.S. citizens, labeled enemy combatants, at Gitmo? 4. What is left for the Supreme Court to decide after the Boumediene decision? 10. What is the most important issue for American national security?
The SSRN download includes the list of all ten questions and my three answers. This document is also available on the William Mitchell Law Review website.
GW Paper Series
GWU Legal Studies Research Paper No. 2012-63; GWU Law School Public Law Research Paper No. 2012-63
Gregory E. Maggs, Responses to the Ten Questions [On National Security Posed by the Journal of National Security Forum Board of Editors], 35 Wm. Mitchell L. Rev. 5079 (2009).