9780735528239

National Security Law

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  • Copyright: 2002-07-01
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This timely casebook provides a complete exploration of both constitutional and domestic law issues of national security, blended with cases, notes, questions, and original materials. The best-selling casebook in the field, National Security Law, Third Edition, Is both current and comprehensive. Some of the effective features that earned the book its leading position include: a cohesive thematic framework that examines policy And The consequences surrounding American use of force, intelligence operations, and counterterrorism efforts rich primary materials, such as judicial opinions, executive correspondence, statutes, and legislative history penetrating hypothetical questions that prompt analysis of the actual issues faced by national security professionals plentiful descriptive text to supply context and informative historical and background materials Material in the Third Edition is especially important in light of current national security issues: Part III, devoted to terrorism and transnational law enforcement, includes the original Osama bin Laden case, American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee v. Reno, and materials on consequence management extensive coverage throughout the book of the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001 with legal analysis of U.S. And international responses U.S. military involvement in Columbia U.S. And NATO activity in Kosovo

Table of Contents

Summary of Contents ix
Preface xxix
Acknowledgments xxxiii
Editor's Note xxxvii
Introduction
1(6)
Purposes
1(3)
Organization
4(3)
Part I. THE FRAMEWORK OF SEPARATE BRANCHES WITH SHARED NATIONAL SECURITY POWERS 7(236)
Providing for the ``Common Defence'': The Original Understanding
9(21)
The Constitutional Text
9(4)
Pre-Constitutional History and Political Theory in Europe
13(5)
The American Experience Prior to 1787
18(2)
The Framers' View
20(10)
The Convention
21(4)
Ratification
25(2)
Notes and Questions
27(3)
The Gloss of History: An Introduction to the Separation of National Security Powers
30(30)
Youngstown Sheet & Tube Co. v. Sawyer (The Steel Seizure Case)
31(17)
The Nondelegation Doctrine and Presidential Lawmaking
48(3)
Executive Custom and Congressional Acquiescence
51(3)
Inherent or ``Aggregate'' Powers in Emergencies
54(1)
The Commander in Chief's Powers
55(1)
Public Citizen v. United States Dept. of Justice
56(3)
Notes and Questions
59(1)
The President's National Security Powers
60(32)
Foreign Relations Powers
61(10)
United States v. Curtiss-Wright Export Corp.
61(6)
Notes and Questions
67(4)
The Commander in Chief's War Powers
71(9)
Little v. Barreme
71(2)
The Prize Cases
73(4)
Notes and Questions
77(3)
Presidential Emergency Powers
80(7)
In re Neagle
80(4)
Notes and Questions
84(3)
Executive Privilege
87(5)
Notes and Questions
89(3)
Congress's National Security Powers
92(54)
Declaration of War
92(10)
Declaration of War of 1812
92(1)
Bas v. Tingy
93(4)
Notes and Questions
97(5)
Defence Appropriations and Other Congressional War Powers
102(32)
Delegations of National Security Authority
102(1)
Lichter v. United States
102(4)
Greene V. McElroy
106(3)
Notes and Questions
109(5)
Congressional Emergency Powers
114(1)
Dames & Moore v. Regan
115(6)
Notes and Questions
121(5)
Tugging the Purse Strings: Appropriations as Limitations on the Executive
126(2)
The Investigatory Power
128(1)
McGrain v. Daugherty
128(3)
Notes and Questions
131(3)
Limitations on Congressional War Powers
134(12)
Substantive Limitations on Congressional National Security Powers
134(1)
Lovett v. United States
134(3)
Notes and Questions
137(4)
Procedural Limitations on Congressional National Security Powers: Chadha and the Line-Item Veto
141(1)
Notes and Questions
142(4)
The Role of the Judiciary
146(46)
Dellums v. Bush
147(12)
Ange v. Bush
159(8)
Notes and Questions
167(1)
Political Questions
167(7)
Standing to Sue
174(2)
Citizen Plaintiffs
176(4)
Taxpayer Standing
180(2)
Congressional Plaintiffs
182(6)
Ripeness
188(4)
The Domestic Effect of International Law
192(51)
Treaties and Agreements
193(21)
Making and Terminating Treaties
194(8)
Goldwater v. Carter
202(1)
Notes and Questions
202(1)
Negotiations
202(1)
Consent and Ratification
203(1)
Termination
204(2)
Interpreting Treaties: The ABM Treaty Reinterpretation Controversy
206(1)
Notes and Questions
207(4)
Executive and Other Agreements
211(1)
Dames & Moore v. Regan
211(1)
Notes and Questions
211(3)
The Domestic Legal Effect of Treaties and Agreements
214(12)
Reid V. Covert
215(3)
Committee of U.S. Citizens Living in Nicaragua v. Reagan
218(4)
Notes and Questions
222(4)
The Domestic Legal Effect of Customary International Law and Jus Cogens
226(17)
Committee of U.S. Citizens Living in Nicaragua v. Reagan
226(5)
Garcia-Mir v. Meese
231(3)
Notes and Questions
234(9)
Part II. MAINTAINING NATIONAL SECURITY ABROAD 243(316)
General War
245(89)
A Case Study of the Vietnam War
246(46)
``Determining on War''
247(1)
How the War Began: A Brief History
247(7)
Legal Foundations for the Commitment of American Forces
254(1)
Leonard Meeker, The Legality of United States Participation in the Defense of Viet-Nam
254(5)
Notes and Questions
259(7)
Testing the Legitimacy of the War in Court
266(1)
Orlando v. Laird
266(4)
Notes and Questions
270(4)
Limiting the Scope of the War
274(1)
Cambodia
275(1)
Laos
276(1)
Notes and Questions
277(3)
Ending the War
280(1)
Repeal of the Gulf of Tonkin Resolution
280(1)
DaCosta v. Laird (DaCosta I)
280(2)
Notes and Questions
282(3)
Cutting off Funding for the War
285(1)
Holtzman v. Schlesinger
286(4)
Notes and Questions
290(2)
The Korean ``Police Action''
292(10)
The Outbreak of War and the President's Response
292(2)
Notes and Questions
294(1)
The United Nations as a Source of Authority
295(1)
Charter of the United Nations---Chapter VII
295(2)
United Nations Participation Act
297(2)
Notes and Questions
299(3)
The War Powers Resolution
302(24)
Text of the Resolution
303(4)
Richard M. Nixon, Veto of the War Powers Resolution
307(3)
Notes and Questions
310(1)
The ``Substantive'' Provisions of Section 2
310(1)
Consultation
311(2)
The ``Hostilities'' Trigger and the Reporting Requirements
313(5)
The 60-Day Clock
318(3)
The Concurrent Resolution
321(1)
The Rule of Construction
322(1)
Note on the Multinational Force in Lebanon
323(2)
Notes and Questions
325(1)
The Persian Gulf War: A Case Study
326(8)
Authorization for Use of Military Force Against Iraq
330(2)
Notes and Questions
332(2)
Imperfect War
334(81)
Origins and Usage
335(12)
What the Framers Knew: Pre-Constitutional Experience and Contemporaneous Law of Nations
335(2)
Jules Lobel, Covert War and Congressional Authority: Hidden War and Forgotten Power
337(2)
Notes and Questions
339(2)
What the Framers and Their Successors Did: Usage
341(1)
Francis D. Wormuth & Edwin B. Firmage, To Chain the Dog of War
342(2)
Henry P. Monaghan, Presidential War-Making
344(1)
Notes and Questions
345(2)
The War Powers Resolution
347(1)
Repelling Attacks and Anticipatory Self-Defence (or Reprisal?)
347(29)
Judicial Views on the Defensive War Power
347(1)
The Prize Cases
347(1)
The Barbary ``Pirates'': Repelling Attack
348(1)
Notes and Questions
349(2)
The Gulf of Sidra Incident: Repelling (or Provoking) Attack
351(2)
Statement of Abraham D. Sofaer, The War Powers Resolution and Antiterrorist Operations
353(1)
Notes and Questions
354(2)
Bombing ``Sanctuaries'': Anticipatory Self-Defence or Reprisal?
356(1)
The U.S. Raid on Libya
356(1)
Address by President Reagan on Libya
357(1)
Statement of Abraham D. Sofaer, The War Powers Resolution and Antiterrorist Operations
358(2)
Notes and Questions
360(4)
The Attacks on Sudan and Afghanistan
364(2)
Notes and Questions
366(3)
Killing bin Laden: Anticipatory Self-Defense or Assassination?
369(1)
Executive Order No. 12,333
369(1)
W. Hays Parks, Executive Order 12,333 and Assassination
370(3)
Notes and Questions
373(3)
Rescue and Protective Intervention
376(13)
Judicial Views on Rescue and Protective Intervention
376(1)
In re Neagle
376(1)
Durand v. Hollins
376(2)
Notes and Questions
378(2)
The Iran Hostage Rescue Mission
380(1)
Letter of President Jimmy Carter
381(2)
Legal Opinion by Lloyd Cutler on War Powers Consultation Relative to the Iran Rescue Mission
383(1)
The ``Hostage Act''
384(1)
Notes and Questions
384(5)
Intervention to Restore or Install Democracy
389(4)
Notes and Questions
391(2)
Humanitarian Intervention: Disaster Relief and Peace Operations
393(22)
The U.S. and United Nations Interventions in Somalia: Operation Restore Hope
394(2)
OLC Opinion: Authority of the President to use Military Forces in Somalia
396(5)
Letter from President George Bush to Congressional Leaders
401(3)
Notes and Questions
404(5)
U.S. and NATO Intervention in Kosovo: Operation Allied Force
409(4)
Exercise
413(2)
Intelligence Operations
415(144)
Exercise: Intelligence Operation in Iraq
417(2)
Intelligence Operations: Origins and Practice
419(7)
National Security Secrecy: The Original Understanding
419(1)
Notes and Questions
420(2)
Intelligence Operations: Practice and Inherent Power
422(1)
Statement of Mitchell Rogovin
422(1)
Robert Borosage, Para-Legal Authority and Its Peril
423(1)
Notes and Questions
424(2)
The Evolution of Legal Controls
426(30)
The First Public Control --- The Neutrality Act
426(2)
The National Security Act of 1947
428(1)
Statement of Mitchell Rogovin
429(1)
Robert Borosage, Para-Legal Authority and Its Peril
430(2)
Notes and Questions
432(3)
From the Cold War Through Vietnam: Intelligence Operations 1947-1973
435(1)
Intelligence Operations and Executive Branch Decision-Making
435(1)
Notes and Questions
436(1)
United States v. Lopez-Lima
437(4)
Notes and Questions
441(1)
Escalating Use and Review of Intelligence Operations
442(1)
Notes and Questions
443(2)
Note on Covert Intervention in Chile
445(1)
Central Intelligence Agency, CIA Activities in Chile
445(1)
Notes and Questions
446(1)
Congressional Oversight
447(1)
Disruption of Domestic Groups
448(1)
Church Committee Report
448(1)
Halkin v. Helms
449(5)
Notes and Questions
454(2)
Problems in the Reform of Intelligence Operations
456(17)
Congressional Oversight Reforms
456(1)
The War Powers Resolution and Covert Action
456(1)
The Hughes-Ryan Amendment
456(1)
Notes and Questions
457(2)
The Church Committee and a Proposed Charter
459(2)
Notes and Questions
461(1)
The Intelligence Oversight Act of 1980
462(1)
Intelligence Oversight Act of 1980
462(1)
Notes and Questions
463(1)
Executive Branch Reforms
464(1)
Executive Order No. 12,333
464(5)
Notes and Questions
469(1)
Deciding on Intelligence Operations
469(1)
The Internal Executive Branch Process for Reviewing Intelligence Operations
470(2)
Implementation of Intelligence Operations
472(1)
Recording and Reporting Intelligence Operation Decisions
473(1)
The Reforms Tested: A Case Study of the Iran-Contra Affair
473(50)
A Brief Chronology
474(1)
Report of the Congressional Committees Investigating the Iran-Contra Affair
474(6)
Notes and Questions
480(1)
The Legality of the Arms Sales
481(1)
Constitutional Authority to Trade Arms for Hostages
481(1)
Notes and Questions
482(1)
The Arms Export Control Act (AECA)
482(2)
Notes and Questions
484(1)
Authority and Strictures of the National Security Act
485(1)
Notes and Questions
486(3)
Presidents' Rules: Executive Orders and Decision Directives
489(1)
Notes and Questions
490(1)
Covert Support for the Contras and the Boland Amendments
491(2)
Notes and Questions
493(1)
Was the NSC Staff an ``Agency or Entity Involved in Intelligence Activities''?
494(1)
Notes and Questions
495(2)
Supporting the Contras ``Directly or Indirectly''
497(1)
Notes and Questions
498(1)
``No Funds Available''
499(1)
Notes and Questions
499(1)
Solicitation of Unappropriated Funds
500(2)
Notes and Questions
502(2)
The Constitutionality of the Boland Amendment
504(2)
Notes and Questions
506(2)
The Iran-Contra Affair in the Courts
508(1)
The Prosecution and Defense of Iran-Contra Crimes
508(2)
Notes and Questions
510(2)
The Neutrality Act
512(1)
United States v. Terrell
512(2)
Notes and Questions
514(1)
The Outcome: Conviction and Reversal
515(1)
Notes and Questions
516(1)
Pardon and Reply
517(1)
Proclamation 6518, Grant of Executive Clemency
517(2)
Independent Counsel, Fourth Interim Report to Congress
519(3)
Notes and Questions
522(1)
The Aftermath of the Iran-Contra Affair
523(20)
Reform of Oversight
523(1)
Intelligence Authorization Act, Fiscal Year 1991
524(4)
Statement on Signing the Intelligence Authorization Act, Fiscal Year 1991
528(1)
Notes and Questions
529(3)
Budget Oversight of Intelligence
532(1)
Richardson v. United States
532(3)
Notes and Questions
535(7)
Arms Export Control Act and Hostage Act Amendments
542(1)
The Privatization of Intelligence Operations
543(16)
Proprietaries
544(1)
The Church Committee: Proprietaries
544(2)
Note on Covert Intervention in Laos
546(1)
Notes and Questions
547(1)
Dirty Assets
548(1)
Harbury v. Deutch
548(6)
Notes and Questions
554(5)
Part III. FIGHTING TERRORISTS AND INTERNATIONAL CRIMINALS 559(350)
Organizing for Counterterrorism: An Overview
561(40)
Countering Terrorism at Home and Abroad
562(26)
Defining the Terrorist Threat
563(1)
What Is Terrorism?
563(4)
Notes and Questions
567(2)
Who Are the Terrorists?
569(4)
Notes and Questions
573(1)
Terrorists' Weapons and American Vulnerability
573(1)
Frank Cilluffo, et al., Defending America in the 21st Century: New Challenge, New Organizations, and New Policies
574(3)
Notes and Questions
577(1)
Planning for Homeland Security
577(5)
Notes and Questions
582(1)
``Less Secure and Less Free''; Civil Liberties in the Balance
583(1)
James X. Dempsey & David Cole, Terrorism & the Constitution: Sacrificing Civil Liberties in the Name of National Security
584(1)
Philip B. Heymann, Terrorism and America: A Commonsense Strategy for a Democratic Society
585(1)
Notes and Questions
586(2)
International Crime as a National Security Threat
588(6)
Defining the International Criminal Threat
588(3)
Notes and Questions
591(1)
Planning for the Fight Against International Crime
591(1)
The White House, International Crime Control Strategy
591(2)
Notes and Questions
593(1)
International Cooperation
594(7)
United Nations General Assembly Resolution 40/61
595(1)
Treaties Addressing Terrorism
596(1)
International Organizations
596(1)
United Nations Security Council Resolution 1333
597(2)
Other Forms of International Cooperation
599(1)
Notes and Questions
599(2)
Investigating Terrorism and Other National Security Threats
601(136)
Investigating Terrorism: An Introduction
602(10)
William C. Banks & M.E. Bowman, Executive Authority for National Security Surveillance
602(1)
Statement of John Ashcroft, U.S. Federal Efforts to Combat Terrorism
603(2)
William C. Banks & M.E. Bowman, Executive Authority for National Security Surveillance
605(4)
Notes and Questions
609(1)
Exercise
610(2)
The Fourth Amendment Framework
612(54)
A Fourth Amendment Primer
612(1)
William C. Banks & M.E. Bowman, Executive Authority for National Security Surveillance
612(2)
A National Security Exception?
614(1)
Senate Report, Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act of 1977
614(1)
United States v. United States District Court (Keith)
615(9)
Notes and Questions
624(4)
A Foreign Intelligence Exception?
628(1)
Senate Report, Intelligence Activities and the Rights of Americans
628(1)
United States v. Ehrlichman
628(3)
Notes and Questions
631(2)
United States v. Truong Dinh Hung
633(4)
Notes and Questions
637(2)
Investigations Abroad
639(1)
Reid v. Covert
639(3)
United States v. Verdugo-Urquidez
642(6)
Notes and Questions
648(2)
United States v. Bin Laden (Dec. 19, 2000)
650(10)
Notes and Questions
660(6)
Congressional Authority for Surveillance: The Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act
666(32)
United States v. Duggan
666(11)
Notes and Questions
677(1)
The Mechanics of FISA
677(14)
Separation of Powers Problems
691(1)
Due Process
692(1)
Fourth Amendment
693(1)
Equal Protection
694(1)
First Amendment
694(2)
FISA Trends and Conclusions
696(1)
Exercise
697(1)
Executive Authority for National Security Investigations
698(19)
Initiating Investigation
698(1)
Executive Order No. 12,333
699(1)
Attorney General's Guidelines on General Crimes, Racketeering Enterprise, and Domestic Security/Terrorism Investigations
700(4)
Attorney General Guidelines for FBI Foreign Intelligence Collection and Foreign Counterintelligence Investigations
704(1)
Notes and Questions
705(3)
Choosing and Regulating the Means of Investigation
708(1)
Attorney General's Guidelines on General Crimes, Racketeering Enterprise, and Domestic Security/Terrorism Investigations
708(1)
Attorney General Guidelines for FBI Foreign Intelligence Collection and Foreign Counterintelligence Investigations
709(2)
Notes and Questions
711(1)
Cooperation Among Intelligence Agencies: The CIA-FBI Handoff
712(4)
Notes and Questions
716(1)
Profiling Suspects for Investigation
717(11)
William C. Banks, The ``L.A. Eight'' and Investigation of Terrorist Threats in the United States
717(4)
Notes and Questions
721(1)
Investigative Profiling Based on Race, Ethnicity, or National Origin
722(4)
Investigative Profiling Based on Immigration Status
726(1)
Investigative Profiling Based on Expressive Activities
727(1)
Preventive Detention
728(9)
U.S. Department of Justice, Affidavit in Re: Osama Mohamed Bassiouny Elfar
729(3)
Notes and Questions
732(5)
Consequence Management: When the Worst Happens
737(88)
Thinking the Unthinkable: Planning a Response to a Terrorist Attack
738(3)
Notes and Questions
740(1)
Who's In Charge? Taking Command of the Situation
741(54)
Assigning Lead Agency Responsibility
741(1)
Civil Defense Redux
741(2)
After Oklahoma City
743(3)
Search for Leadership
746(2)
Notes and Questions
748(2)
Addressing Medical Emergencies
750(1)
Case Study: A Plague on Your City
750(3)
Thomas Inglesby, Rita Grossman & Tara O'Toole, A Plague on Your City: Observations from TOPOFF
753(1)
Notes and Questions
754(1)
Statutory and Regulatory Authority
755(2)
Public Health Service Act
757(1)
Interstate Quarantine Regulations
758(1)
Notes and Questions
759(2)
Civil Liberties Implications
761(2)
Notes and Questions
763(1)
The Role of the Armed Forces
764(1)
The Military in American Society
765(1)
Bissonette v. Haig
765(6)
Notes and Questions
771(7)
Military Responsibility for ``Homeland Security''
778(5)
Notes and Questions
783(2)
Marital Law: When Planning Fails
785(1)
Ex parte Milligan
786(3)
Notes and Questions
789(2)
Continuity of Government
791(2)
Notes and Questions
793(2)
Special Threats to Civil Liberties in a Crisis
795(24)
Profiling After the Attack
795(1)
Korematsu v. United States (1944)
796(6)
Notes and Questions
802(8)
Suspension of the Writ of Habeas Corpus
810(1)
Ex parte Milligan
811(2)
Notes and Questions
813(3)
Restraints on Speech and Press
816(2)
Notes and Questions
818(1)
The Role of the Courts in a Crisis
819(6)
Notes and Questions
821(2)
Exercise: Responding to a Bioterrorist Attack
823(2)
Trying International Terrorists
825(84)
Criminalizing Sedition, Terrorism, and Support for Terrorism
826(14)
United States v. Rahman
826(6)
Humanitarian Law Project v. Reno
832(5)
Notes and Questions
837(3)
The Long Arm of the Law: Extraterritorial Criminal Jurisdiction
840(11)
United States v. Bin Laden (March 13, 2000)
841(6)
Notes and Questions
847(4)
Bringing Them Back Alive: Extradition and Other Rendition
851(19)
United States-Mexico Extradition Treaty
852(3)
United States v. Alvarez-Machain
855(7)
Notes and Questions
862(1)
Extradition
862(3)
Other Rendition
865(5)
Trying Terrorists and Other International Criminals
870(39)
Secret Information in Proceedings Against Terrorists
870(1)
Using Secret Evidence Against Terrorists and Their Supporters
871(1)
American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee v. Reno
871(5)
Notes and Questions
876(4)
The Classified Information Procedures Act
880(1)
United States v. Lee
880(4)
Notes and Questions
884(5)
Trial by Military Commissions
889(1)
Ex parte Milligan
889(4)
Ex parte Quirin
893(4)
Military Order of November 13, 2001
897(4)
Notes and Questions
901(5)
Trial in Foreign or International Courts
906(3)
Part IV. PROTECTING NATIONAL SECURITY INFORMATION IN A DEMOCRATIC SOCIETY 909(140)
Public Access to National Security Information
911(69)
Arvin S. Quist, Security Classification of Information
912(3)
Executive Order No. 12,958---Classified National Security Information
915(8)
Executive Order No. 12,958
915(4)
Notes and Questions
919(4)
The Freedom of Information Act
923(27)
Citizen's Guide on How to Use the Freedom of Information Act
923(1)
The Statutory Text
924(1)
Freedom of Information Act
924(4)
Notes and Questions
928(5)
Statutory Exemptions and Judicial Review
933(1)
Ray v. Turner
933(9)
Notes and Questions
942(8)
Other Open Government Laws
950(5)
Presidential Records Act
950(3)
Privacy Act
953(1)
Open Meetings Laws
954(1)
Common Law Right to Know
955(2)
Schwartz v. United States Department of Justice
955(1)
Notes and Questions
956(1)
Constitutional Right to Know
957(13)
Nation Magazine v. United States Department of Defense
957(8)
Notes and Questions
965(5)
Protecting ``State Secrets'' in Litigation
970(10)
Halkin v. Helms
970(5)
Notes and Questions
975(5)
Restraining Leaks of National Security Information
980(32)
Restraining Leaks by Contract
981(16)
The CIA Precedents
981(1)
United States v. Marchetti
981(3)
Snepp v. United States
984(4)
Notes and Questions
988(2)
Nondisclosure Agreements and Lifetime Prepublication Review
990(1)
Classified Information Nondisclosure Agreement (SF 189)
991(1)
Sensitive Compartmented Information Nondisclosure Agreement (SF 4193)
992(1)
Notes and Questions
992(5)
Restraining Leaks by Espionage Prosecutions
997(15)
United States v. Morison
999(4)
Notes and Questions
1003(7)
Exercise: An Anti-Leak Law
1010(2)
Restraints on Publication of National Security Information
1012(37)
Case Study: The Pentagon Papers Litigation
1013(31)
The Roles of Lawyers and Journalists
1013(3)
Notes and Questions
1016(4)
The Government's Case
1020(1)
A Statutory Basis: The Espionage and Censorship Act
1020(2)
Notes and Questions
1022(3)
The Inherent Power of the Executive to Maintain National Security
1025(1)
The Government Put to Its Proof
1026(2)
Notes and Questions
1028(3)
New York Times Co. v. United States
1031(9)
Notes and Questions
1040(4)
Nuclear Secrets and The Progressive: The Extreme Case?
1044(5)
Notes and Questions
1046(3)
Appendix---Constitution of the United States 1049(8)
Table of Cases 1057(6)
Index 1063

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