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Hyemin Han share two orders from U.S. District Judge Aileen Cannon: one appointing U.S. District Judge for the Eastern District of New York Raymond J. Dearie as special master to oversee claims of privilege in documents seized at Mar-a- Lago on Aug. 8, and another denying the Justice Department’s request for a partial stay of Cannon’s order barring the government from using materials seized at Mar-a-Lago in its ongoing investigation.

Katherine Pompilio share the Justice Department’s response to former President Donald Trump’s objection to the government’s request for a partial stay.

Han share Trump’s response to the Justice Department’s motion for a partial stay of U.S. District Judge Aileen Cannon’s order barring the government from using documents seized at Mar-a-Lago for criminal investigations.

Quinta Jurecic hosted a live event on Twitter Spaces to discuss Judge Cannon’s decision with Benjamin Wittes, Alan Rosenshtein and Scott Anderson.

Peter Feaver and Michele Flournoy wrote that an open letter published in War on the Rocks shows a remarkable consensus on the fundamental principles of civil-military relations necessary to maintain the rule of law and argues that civilians and the military must participate in the maintenance of these ideals.

Brian Fishman rated the realities of “big tech accountability,” offering four principles to guide lawmakers as they open the messy and unsatisfying Pandora’s box of tech regulation.

David Priess share an episode of the Chatter Podcast in which Priess and Ric Prado discussed Prado’s extensive experience in the CIA and misconceptions about intelligence agencies as portrayed in Hollywood.

Brady Worthington to analyse a report published on August 31 by the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights on the “crimes against humanity” committed by the Chinese government against the Uighur populations of Xinjiang.

Gabriel Group explored the roles and unintended consequences of sanctions employed by the US to influence opposing foreign political agendas, using US sanctions against Russia and Iran as examples.

Jen Patja Howell share an episode of the Lawfare Podcast in which Benjamin Wittes and Dmitry Alperovitch sat down to discuss Ukraine’s offensive strategy in Kharkiv Oblast, Russia’s ability to sustain the war, and the likelihood of Ukrainian economic collapse.

Jen Patja Howell share an episode of the Lawfare Podcast in which editor-in-chief Quinta Jurecic spoke with Right editor-in-chief Benjamin Wittes and editor-in-chief Paul Rosenzweig on Ken Starr, the former federal judge and independent attorney who became famous for his investigation of President Bill Clinton, who died this week on September 13 at the age of 76 year.

howell share an episode of the Lawfare Podcast in which Tia Sewell spoke with Todd Huntley and Marc Garlasco about the Department of Defense’s new Civilian Damage Mitigation and Response Action Plan

Elizabeth Lee, Jonathan Schroden and Heather Wolters discussed how to adapt special operations forces leadership styles to better meet the needs of younger generations within the forces.

Pompilio too share U.S. District Judge Donald M. Middlebrooks’ ruling dismissed former President Donald Trump’s lawsuit against Hillary Clinton and others in which he alleged the defendant was responsible for intentionally spreading malicious misinformation about the validity of his campaign and personality.

Jessica Bulman-Pozen and Miriam Seifter Underline the important role that state constitutions can and should play in protecting free and fair elections and limiting voter suppression.

Daniel Richman saw again Michelle Wilde Anderson’s new book, “The Fight to Save the Town: Reimagining Discarded America” ​​Simon & Schuster, 2022).

Kristen Eichensehr and Cathy Hwang examined expanding federal government involvement and intervention in cross-border investments under the guise of national security. Eichensehr and Hwang argue for transparency from countries that engage in this “national security slide.”

Herb Lin to analyse the threat posed by quantum computing to national security. Assuming that quantum computing will eventually be able to crack the Internet’s most secure encryption algorithms, Lin suggested that governments and entities holding secrets form contingency plans in case confidential information leaks. .

howell share an episode of the Lawfare Podcast in which Scott R. Anderson sat down with Leigh Baldwin and Sean Williams to discuss the history of Vladimir Putin’s involvement in communist intelligence agencies and far-right German movements.

howell share an episode of Rational security in which Alan Rozenshtein, Quinta Jurecic, Scott R. Anderson and Dana Stuster discussed this week’s national security news. The team discussed the recent Russian retreat to Ukraine, Cloudflare’s decision to stop providing security services to Kiwi Farms, the death of Queen Elizabeth II, and more.

John Bellinger, Sean Mirski and Catherine McCarthy examined the dismissal by the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Missouri of a series of civil lawsuits brought against the People’s Republic of China for allegedly causing the coronavirus pandemic.

Jordan Schneider share an episode of ChinaTalk in which he spoke to Paul Kennedy about the late historian Jonathan Spence.

Brian Harding and Haroro Ingram argued that recently elected President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. in the Philippines and potential peace efforts in the Bangsamoro region offer the United States an opportunity to secure an alliance with the Philippines.

howell share an episode of the Lawfare Podcast in which David Priess sat down with Erin Sikorsky to discuss the impact of flooding in Pakistan on Pakistani military relief, security services and the response to climate change.

howell share an episode of the Lawfare Podcast in which Sewell sat down with Rupert Stone to discuss the relationship between the Taliban and illicit drug trafficking in Afghanistan.

Priest share the latest edition of To chatter with a discussion with Kevin Bryant on his new book on espionage tactics in the NFL.

And that was the week that was.