Issue: National Security and Civil Liberties

Efforts to keep the nation safe, while critically important, often implicate constitutional questions and civil liberties concerns. ACS’s work in this area includes the examination of detention policies, war powers, questions about the scope of Executive Power, military tribunals, torture, and government surveillance and its impact on privacy.

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