Saturday, March 10, 2012
The last decade has brought two aspects of the law and its interaction with the U.S. military in to sharp focus: first "Lawfare" in the application of force overseas, and second the proper constitutional role of the U.S. military internal to the United States and towards its civilian population.
What has changed, where do we stand today, and where are are we headed?
EagleOne and my guest this Sunday from 5-6pm EST will be Charles J. Dunlap, Jr., Major General, USAF (Ret.), the Executive Director at the Center on Law, Ethics and National Security and a Visiting Professor of the Practice at Duke University School of Law.
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