by Amy Zegart (Davies Family Senior Fellow; Associate Director, Academic Affairs; member, task force on National Security and Law; member, Arctic Security Initiative; member, Military History working group; member, Hoover IP Squared working group steering committee; and Cochair, Working Group on Foreign Policy and Grand Strategy)
In the post-9/11 world, the days of an American “grand strategy” are over.
by Robert Chesney, Jack Goldsmith (Senior Fellow and Member of the Task Force on National Security and Law), Matthew Waxman (member of the Task Force on National Security and Law), and Benjamin Wittes (member of the Task Force on National Security and Law)
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The "Authorization to Use Military Force" serves as the primary legal foundation for the ongoing conflict, but it is now obsolete. What should replace it?