Gene Fidell

Yale Law School

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Florence Rogatz Visiting Lecturer at Yale Law School, he teaches Military Justice

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The few black women cadets at West Point are being investigated for political activity banned by the military — after making a gesture with a long and storied history.

West Point Investigates Its Black Female Cadets

The few black women cadets at West Point are being investigated for political activity banned by the military — after making a gesture with a long and storied history.

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On Saturday, President  Obama announced  the return of the only American soldier known to be held prisoner in Afghanistan.

Flurry of Questions about Bergdahl Release

On Saturday, President Obama announced the return of the only American soldier known to be held prisoner in Afghanistan.

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At the White House last week, the Commander in Chief expressed support for soldiers who have been sexually assaulted.

Is the Pentagon Losing the War against Sex Crimes?

At the White House last week, the Commander in Chief expressed support for soldiers who have been sexually assaulted.

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