Tag Archives: Stephanie Rosendorf

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 […]

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 […]

Nuclear Arms Agreements Between the United States & Iran: A reachable goal or a naïve, idealistic fantasy?

Stephanie Rosendorf — Since the overthrow of the Shah in 1979, relations between the United States and Iran have been rocky at best and non-existent at worst. Unsurprisingly, there is no shortage of tension lately between the United States, Iran, and Israel over negotiations regarding Iran’s nuclear program. U.S. and Iranian officials have been meeting […]

Your Home is Your Castle, but the Walls Are Becoming Thinner: New Radar Enables Law Enforcement to see into Your Home

Stephanie Rosendorf – The debate over law enforcement surveillance is nothing new, but with the ever-increasing sophistication of technology, where does one draw the line? The Supreme Court ruled in 2001 in Kyllo v. United States that law enforcement must obtain a warrant in order to use evidence obtained by using thermal energy to monitor the […]