A Slew of CRS Reports
Some new products of the Congressional Research Service obtained by Secrecy News include the following (all pdf).
“Enemy Combatant Detainees: Habeas Corpus Challenges in Federal Court,” updated September 26, 2006.
“Terrorist Surveillance Act of 2006: S. 3931 and Title II of S. 3929, the Terrorist Tracking, Identification, and Prosecution Act of 2006,” September 25, 2006.
“Intelligence Spending: Public Disclosure Issues,” updated September 25, 2006.
“Selected Procedural Safeguards in Federal, Military, and International Courts,” updated September 18, 2006.
“East Asian Regional Architecture: New Economic and Security Arrangements and U.S. Policy,” September 18, 2006.
“Critical Infrastructure: The National Asset Database,” September 14, 2006.
“Information Operations and Cyberwar: Capabilities and Related Policy Issues,” updated September 14, 2006.
“China/Taiwan: Evolution of the ‘One China’ Policy — Key Statements from Washington, Beijing, and Taipei,” updated September 7, 2006.
“Immigration: Terrorist Grounds for Exclusion of Aliens,” updated September 5, 2006.
“Pages of the United States Congress: Selection, Duties, and Program Administration,” updated August 14, 2006.
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