Just Security

Just Security is an editorially-independent online forum co-founded by CHRGJ Faculty Co-Chair Professor Ryan Goodman. It provides rigorous analysis of US national security law and policy, aiming to promote principled and pragmatic solutions to national security problems faced by decision-makers. Just Security‘s masthead includes people with substantial government experience, civil society attorneys, academics, and other leading voices.

Just Security was based at CHRGJ from its launch in September 2013 until September 2018 when it moved to the Reiss Center on Law and Security at NYU School of Law.

Ryan Goodman
CHRGJ Faculty Director
Anne and Joel Ehrenkranz Professor of Law

Featured Posts

President Trump and Concealing Evidence in the Russia Probe
by Alex Whiting and Ryan Goodman
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Exodus Continued: FRONTLINE’s Next Chapter of the Refugee Story
by Kate Brannen
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How Well Did the Nunes Memo Answer the ‘5 Questions’?
by John Reed
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The UN Security Council, Global Watch Lists, Biometrics, and the Threat to the Rule of Law
by Fionnuala Ní Aoláin
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Norms Watch: Democracy, the Trump Administration, and Reactions to It (December 2017)
by Artin Afkhami
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Extreme Vetting by Algorithm
by Faiza Patel
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Today’s Mass Guantanamo Habeas Petition and the Ongoing Human Cost of America’s “Battle Lab”
by Scott Roehm
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Exclusive: New Evidence of Loopholes in Facebook’s Regulation of Terrorism Content
by Ryan Goodman
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