Scott Silliman

Director of the Center for Law, Ethics and National Security at Duke University

Guest

Director of the Center for Law, Ethics and National Security at Duke University; former attorney in the United States Air Force

Scott Silliman on KCRW

President Bush  ’  s claims of executive power
over terrorist suspects have run into more trouble in both civilian and
military courts. Last week, two military judges ruled that a…

Guantanamo: The War on Terror and the Rule of Law

President Bush ’ s claims of executive power over terrorist suspects have run into more trouble in both civilian and military courts. Last week, two military judges ruled that a…

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After a White House compromise with Republican Senators  McCain ,  Warner  and  Graham  last week, Congress passed the  Military Commissions Act .  With a few exceptions, the final…

New Legislation Suspends Habeas Corpus for Terror Detainees

After a White House compromise with Republican Senators McCain , Warner and Graham last week, Congress passed the Military Commissions Act .  With a few exceptions, the final…

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