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"What's New in the Paul Manafort and Rick Gates Indictment?," the latest from Quinta Jurecic: https://t.co/jeeGTeWQIK

An overview of additional charges and information made public Thursday.
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"Document: Superseding Indictment Against Manafort and Gates," the latest from Matthew Kahn: https://t.co/aRYjC0qVit

On Thursday, a grand jury in the Eastern District of Virginia charged Paul Manafort and Richard Gates on a total of 32 counts related to bank fraud, tax fraud, and failure to report foreign bank accounts. The special counsel also released a status report on the case. The full indictment is included....
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Sharon Bradford Franklin lays out the complex cross-border data issues that will outlast the Microsoft-Ireland case: https://t.co/4K54heTlOq

The full debate over cross-border access to data will not end with the resolution of the Microsoft-Ireland case.
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Sharon Bradford Franklin lays out the complex cross-border data issues that will outlast the Microsoft-Ireland case: https://t.co/4K54heTlOq

The full debate over cross-border access to data will not end with the resolution of the Microsoft-Ireland case.
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"Today's Headlines and Commentary," the latest from William Ford: https://t.co/bSG3xVnvB3

A military parade down Pennsylvania Avenue is a bad idea. @DakotaRudesill explains: https://t.co/8YrR6CJiOk

The case against a big military parade in Washington—one that Congress could block.
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"Why the Mueller Indictment Doesn't Allege the Russians Swung the Election," by Charlie Dunlap: https://t.co/Mbh4zI0F33

Russian election interference is a serious threat. But the special counsel’s indictment of Russian trolls doesn’t show that the Kremlin won Trump the election.
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Russian election interference is a serious threat. But the special counsel’s indictment of Russian trolls doesn’t show that the Kremlin won Trump the election.
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"Rational Security: The "Mansplaining" Edition," the latest from Benjamin Wittes: https://t.co/ZwAZ1Q1pzU

Bob Mueller indicts a slew of Russians who interfered in the 2016 election. Can the president distinguish between the national interest and his own? And the school shooting in Florida brings students to the frontline of the gun control debate. Plus, the word "fucked" appears on Lawfare for the first...
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"The National Security Law Podcast: This Is Why We Can't Have Nice Things," the latest from Robert Chesney and Steve Vladeck: https://t.co/zg2k2LE15d

An overly long episode with a short title to reflect a very busy—and somewhat bizarre—eight day stretch in the wide world of national security law. This week, your hosts weigh in on:
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ICYMI: On the Lawfare Podcast, @Carter_PE and @jacklgoldsmith discuss civil-military relations in the first year Trump administration: https://t.co/NEDQ5vsNLU

The military has been not been a refuge from the Trump administration's norm-defying nature. This week, Jack Goldsmith speaks to Phil Carter, a senior fellow at the Center for a New American Security, about the history of civil-military relations, episodes that highlight the Trump administration's d...
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"The Travel Ban, Article II, and the Nondelegation Doctrine," by Josh Blackman https://t.co/hWFmaermI8

An analysis of the Fourth Circuit's decision in IRAP v. Trump.
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"The Microsoft-Ireland Case: A Supreme Court Preface to the Congressional Debate," by Sharon Bradford Franklin https://t.co/4K54hfaXd0

The full debate over cross-border access to data will not end with the resolution of the Microsoft-Ireland case.
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"Uncivil Military Relations?" by Phillip Carter https://t.co/hk3Nhlxsv4

As we move into the second year of the Trump presidency, big questions remain over how the president will shape civil-military relations.
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