Top ten most popular Lawfire posts in 2018, and more!
A very wide range of national and, really, international security issues confronted the U.S. and the world in 2018, and Lawfire® readers got a unique perspective on many of them. Here are the top ten posts that most interested readers across the globe in 2018:
Several of the above posts are actually from 2017 or earlier, but remained very popular in 2018. This is encouraging because to Lawfire® aims to be a blog with ‘staying power’ with posts of long-term interest to you (and perhaps be a starting point for your own research). Below are 18 of my favorite 2018 posts (in chronological order):
- No, it isn’t illegal for troops to intervene if Customs and Border Protection personnel are being assaulted.
- What are JAGs (with Duke Law connections!) doing in Afghanistan? Reviewing $1 billion in requirements and much more
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