David Glazier

Professor of Law, Loyola Law School

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David Glazier on KCRW

The US has been killing Islamic State fighters with airstrikes and drones, but now 300 Special Forces are on the ground in Iraq.

It's Detention and Interrogation All Over Again

The US has been killing Islamic State fighters with airstrikes and drones, but now 300 Special Forces are on the ground in Iraq.

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Ahmed Khalfan Ghailiani was captured in Pakistan, held for five years at a CIA  “black site,” then moved to Guantanamo Bay.

The Verdict Is in on First Guantanamo Civilian Trail

Ahmed Khalfan Ghailiani was captured in Pakistan, held for five years at a CIA “black site,” then moved to Guantanamo Bay.

from To the Point

The first year of the Obama Administration has been called "the Year of the Drone" in Pakistan.  Suspected enemies were struck 51 times with missiles fired from unmanned American…

The Drone Wars

The first year of the Obama Administration has been called "the Year of the Drone" in Pakistan.  Suspected enemies were struck 51 times with missiles fired from unmanned American…

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