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Webcast: Panel on The Post-Guantanamo Era

Webcast: Panel on the Post-Guantanamo Era

Webcast: Panel on the Post-Guantanamo Era

From Bobby Chesney:

The Post-Guantanamo Era: A Dialogue on the Law and Policy of Detention and Counterterrorism

On Wednesday, January 28, 2009, the University of Texas School of Law and the Robert S. Strauss Center for International Security and Law hosted a panel discussion about the task of reforming the government’s approach to military detentions.  See here for more details.

The event was recorded and can be viewed online: [stream] [download]

The distinguished panel included John Bellinger, who served as Legal Adviser to the Secretary of State and to the National Security Council during the Bush Administration; Benjamin Wittes of the Brookings Institute, author of the book Law and the Long War: The Future of Justice in Age of Terror; and Stephen Vladeck, professor of law at American University and coauthor of a brief to the Supreme Court on behalf of Guantanamo detainee Salim Hamdan. Professor Bobby Chesney, a Strauss Center fellow and visiting professor of law at the University of Texas School of Law, facilitated the discussion.

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Anthony Clark Arend is Professor of Government and Foreign Service at Georgetown University and the Director of the Master of Science in Foreign Service in the Walsh School of Foreign Service.

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