New Laws Needed to Fight Terror

Mar 27, 2012
National Security

Amid unprecedented security concerns, bright legal lines are needed for aggressive intelligence-gathering and to guard privacy rights, Wilson Center President Jane Harman writes in Foreign Policy. Requiring immediate treatment by Congress and the administration: the looming cyber-security threat, separating foreign and domestic intelligence functions, the prison at Guantanamo, and the legal controversy surrounding targeted killings of citizens.

Read the entire article in Foreign Policy.