CERL Affiliated Faculty Firoozeh Kashani-Sabet is quoted in the article, “‘From ‘Death to America’ to ‘Axis of Evil’: The historical context around heated winner-takes-all USA vs Iran World Cup match,” published by the Independent. According to Prof. Kashani-Sabet, “The players, like other prominent athletes, are under the microscope, and their acts of civil disobedience put […]
CERL Advisory Council member Richard Painter authored an opinion for MSNBC entitled “Georgia’s voter laws remain rife with issues.” According to Prof. Painter, “Whether the Supreme Court revisits the Brnovich precedent, or whether the Georgia Legislature or Congress resolves this injustice legislatively, Lawrence-Hardy and her team, through thorough presentation of painstakingly accumulated data, convinced the […]
TechBullion interviewed George Croner about his career and what’s next on the foreign policy horizon
CERL Advisory Council member George Croner sat down with TechBullion to discuss his career, U.S. foreign policy challenges at the fore, and the changing landscape of national security law and intelligence collection. According to Croner, “The challenge of the next decade will be for the United States government to safely navigate through all of these […]
A new podcast episode by Excellence in Training Academy features a conversation with Dr. Maria Hartwig and CERL Advisory Council member Mark Fallon on the shift from coercive, confession-driven interrogation practices to a model grounded in effective interviewing through information gathering.
Opinion by CERL Affiliated Faculty Eric W. Orts, “Congress Should Exclude Elected Insurrectionists,” The Regulatory Review According to Prof. Orts, “There was no broad public support expressed for the January 6 insurrection, and many election deniers for prominent offices lost in the recent midterm elections. Some Republicans may oppose taking effective action against insurrectionists in […]
CERL Affiliated Faculty William Burke-White, “Green Investment Treaty Can Help Close the Climate Funding Gap,” Bloomberg Law
DOJ has “a true conflict of interest,” Claire Finkelstein told NYTimes of special counsel announcement
CERL Faculty Director Claire Finkelstein quoted in “Garland Names Special Counsel for Trump Inquiries,” The New York Times
CERL Executive Board member Elizabeth Rindskopf Parker was awarded the Morris I. Leibman Award in Law and National Security for having demonstrated a sustained commitment and made exceptional contributions to the field of national security law. The award was announced at the 32nd Annual Review of the Field of National Security Law Conference in Washington, […]
CERL Faculty Director Claire Finkelstein interviewed on, “Voter turnout in Philadelphia in 2022 could rival 2018, experts say,” CBS News Philadelphia
CERL Affiliated Faculty Kermit Roosevelt quoted in, “Democrats have ‘outperformed expectations’ in US midterms,” Newstalk
CERL Faculty Director Claire Finkelstein quoted in, “Trump May Pose a Test No Special Counsel Can Pass,” The New York Times “Our justice system is faced with one of its greatest challenges of its more than 250-year history,” said Finkelstein.
CERL Executive Board member Stuart Gerson quoted in, “Mark Meadows’ Subpoena Suit Dismissal ‘Punted’ Key Issues,” Law360
CERL Executive Board member James Clapper joins CNN’s Erin Burnett on the segment, “Private Russian army chief competes for power inside the Kremlin.”
CERL Affiliated Faculty Anita Allen received the Hastings Center’s 2022 Bioethics Founders’ Award for outstanding contributions to law and philosophy and to practical applications in medicine, science, and public affairs.
A segment on NPR about the release of Saifullah Paracha includes soundbites of Harvey Rishikof, co-chair of the GTMO Working Group and member of the CERL Executive Board, and Colleen Kelly, co-founder of September 11th Families for Peaceful Tomorrows, speaking at CERL’s Sept. 12 report launch at National Press Club. A full recording of CERL’s […]
CERL Executive Board member General Joseph Votel remembers Ash Carter, “Remembering Ash Carter (1954-2022),” Middle East Institute
CERL Faculty Director Claire Finkelstein interviewed on, “UPenn professor talks about US Senate race,” CBS News Philadelphia
Opinion by CERL Advisory Council member Richard Painter, “Trump used the Secret Service to make money. Here’s how taxpayers can respond,” MSNBC
Thomas Griffith, John Danforth, Larry Thompson, Barbara Comstock, Peter Keisler, CERL Executive Board Member Stuart Gerson, and others filed an amici curiae brief in the case Moore v Harper
More than two decades spent prosecuting the war on terror in Afghanistan and Iraq serve as a painful reminder of the vulnerability of art and cultural heritage in times of war. The wanton destruction of the Bamiyan Buddhas, for example, sent shockwaves throughout the international community. ISIS targeted numerous locations of cultural and religious significance, […]
Watch a video playback of “The future of US drone policy,” hosted by Notre Dame, featuring CERL Advisory Council member Mary Ellen O’Connell.
News release by the Annenberg Public Policy Center describing CERL’s launch of report, “Beyond Guantánamo: Restoring the Rule of Law to the Law of War”
CERL Affiliated Faculty Eric W. Orts, “Supreme Illegitimacy,” The Regulatory Review
Dr. Morton Halperin, chair of the CERL Board, featured in opinion, “A Washington foreign policy legend issues a dire warning,” The Washington Post
CERL Affiliated Faculty Firoozeh Kashani-Sabet interviewed on, “The protests in Iran,” Radio Times, WHYY
“Guantanamo has become America’s cage,” Elisa Massimino, CNN
Penn Carey Law professor co-leads report on Guantánamo Bay closure, prompting Congressional meetings
CERL Faculty Director Claire Finkelstein quoted in, “Penn Carey Law professor co-leads report on Guantánamo Bay closure, prompting Congressional meetings,” The Daily Pennsylvanian
CERL Affiliated Faculty Firoozeh Kashani-Sabet interviewed in, “Iran protests, explained,” by Kristen de Groot, Penn Today
CERL Advisory Council member Richard Painter quoted in, “Two key questions as Congress scrutinizes records from Trump’s accountant,” by Ben Werschkul, Yahoo Finance