Guantanamo, Nanotechnology, and More from CRS
Newly updated reports of interest from the Congressional Research Service include the following (all pdf).
“Egypt: The January 25 Revolution and Implications for U.S. Foreign Policy,” February 11, 2011.
“Amendments to the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act Set to Expire February 28, 2011,” February 10, 2011 (a three month extension until May 27, 2011 was passed by Congress last week).
“Intelligence Identities Protection Act,” January 28, 2011.
“Closing the Guantanamo Detention Center: Legal Issues,” February 11, 2011.
“Nanotechnology and Environmental, Health, and Safety: Issues for Consideration,” January 20, 2011.
“Foreign Aid: An Introduction to U.S. Programs and Policy,” February 10, 2011.
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