Military Courts

  • A soldier stands guard in a tower overlooking Camp Delta at Guantanamo Bay naval base, Cuba, December 31, 2009

    Commentary

    Now's the Time to Act on Guantanamo

    Most of the 41 terror suspects who remain confined at Guantanamo Bay are unlikely to be released from custody any time soon. But the possibility that new detainees may soon be sent to the facility argues for early action to accelerate the legal proceedings against those already being held.

    Apr 16, 2018

  • In Camp 4 of Camp Delta at Naval Station Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, highly compliant detainees live in a communal setting

    Commentary

    What Should Trump Do About Gitmo?

    The new administration has options to deal with the detention facility established 15 years ago at Guantánamo Bay. It could maintain the status quo, make improvements to speed the trials, close the facility and relocate the remaining inmates, or accept new detainees.

    Jan 11, 2017

  • A Navy guard patrols Camp Delta's detainee recreation yard during the early morning at Guantánamo Bay naval base on July 7, 2010

    Commentary

    How to Fix Guantanamo's Broken Justice

    Replacing military judges with federal judges would expedite the process of resolving the Guantánamo cases in ways that would reflect better on the credibility and legitimacy of the U.S. justice system, while serving the interests of Congress, the president, survivors, and victims' families.

    Mar 7, 2016

  • Multimedia

    Observations from Guantanamo

    In this Call with the Experts, Jack Riley discusses the likelihood of Guantanamo Bay detention camp closing before the end of President Obama's term, as well as recommendations on how to fairly and transparently expedite the trials.

    Mar 1, 2016

  • Report

    Report

    Government Accountability Office Bid Protests in Air Force Source Selections: Evidence and Options

    Recent bid protests have caused large disruptions in resource and operational planning in the Air Force, even leading to the cancellation of the Combat Search and Rescue helicopter program, and the Air Force needs tactics to counter such protests.

    Feb 22, 2012

  • Report

    Report

    Analysis of Government Accountability Office Bid Protests in Air Force Source Selections over the Past Two Decades

    The authors used administrative databases on Air Force procurements to analyze trends and identify factors contributing to bid protest activity and outcomes.

    Feb 22, 2012

  • Report

    Report

    Government Accountability Office Bid Protests in Air Force Source Selections: Evidence and Options — Executive Summary

    Recent bid protests have caused large disruptions in resource and operational planning in the Air Force, even leading to the cancellation of the Combat Search and Rescue helicopter program, and the Air Force needs tactics to counter such protests.

    Feb 22, 2012

  • Report

    Report

    Lord Russell's War Crimes Tribunal

    A review of Lord Russell's political opinions culminating in his proposal for an

    Jan 1, 1967