Tag Archives: NSAC

2015 Symposium Video Now Available Online

The University of Miami National Security and Armed Conflict Law would like to thank all speakers, moderators, faculty, members, and candidates that helped make its 2015-2016 Symposium: “The Rise of Leaderless Resistance: The Changing Nature of Domestic Terrorism in the United States” the success that it was. For those who were unable to attend, or wish […]

Candidates from the 2015 Law Review Write-On Competition Announced!

It is with great pleasure that the University of Miami National Security and Armed Conflict Law Review announces the addition of eight new candidates to our ranks. These highly qualified individuals were chosen through their participation of the University of Miami 2015 Law Review Write-On competition, where they were tasked with reading hundreds of pages […]

Alleged Israeli Spying and Current Espionage Law

By Stephanie Rosendorf – Last week, the Wall Street Journal published an article stating that Israel spied on the United States/Iran nuclear talks in order to undermine President Obama’s position with the Republican-led Congress. The story quoted statements from anonymous “current and former U.S. officials.” Apparently, the White House found out about the alleged spying […]

Visa Waivers: More Harm Than Good?

David J Puentes – Many are aware that the perpetrators of the infamous 9/11 terrorist attacks were foreigners. Less may be aware that they were in the United States as the beneficiaries of a variety of non-immigrant visas. These attacks led to the consolidation of various different Federal departments and agencies into the Department of […]