Tag Archives: Anthony Moreland

Scandal at the U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs – What Has Happened Since

What is the VA hospital scandal? by Chris Pawlik – The U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs (“VA”) hospital scandal concerns prolonged systemic deficiencies with the administration of and management of VA-run healthcare networks throughout the United States. The VA is the largest healthcare network in the United States and is responsible for providing healthcare coverage […]

NSAC Announces its 2015-16 Executive Board

The University of Miami National Security & Armed Conflict Law Review is pleased to announce its 2015-2016 executive board. Congratulations to NSAC’s newest wave of leaders! Editor in Chief, Jeremy Gale Executive Managing Editor, Andrew Schindler Chief Notes Editor, Ted Chakos Chief Articles Editor, Stephanie Rosendorf Chief Symposium Editor, Kristin Westerhorstmann Chief Blog Editor, David Puentes Chief […]

Brian Williams and Embedded Journalism: Should the Military Regress to Battlefield Press Restrictions?

Anthony Moreland – In Mills v. Alabama, 384 U.S. 214, 218, 86 S.Ct. 1434 (1966) the Court held that the First Amendment supported the “free discussion of governmental affairs.” However, there is no standing that supports a right of media access to U.S. military units in combat. Flynt v Rumsfeld, 355 F.3d 697 (D.C. Cir. […]

In The Absence of Sovereignty, How Will ISIS Be Held Accountable For Their Crimes?

Anthony Moreland – At the height of the Syrian civil war in 2013, the small forsaken group, ISI, now known as ISIS, was able to cross the border from Iraq to Syria without attracting attention. There, they spread their message to other disaffected Sunnis. Their movement is believed to have been so effective because, after “the […]