Noteworthy new volumes of congressional hearings on national security-related topics include the following (all pdf).
“War Powers in the 21st Century,” Senate Foreign Relations Committee, April 28, 2009 (published January 2010).
“Voice of Veterans of the Afghan War,” Senate Foreign Relations Committee, April 23, 2009 (published February 2010).
“Strategic Importance of the Arctic in U.S. Policy,” Senate Appropriations Committee, August 20, 2009 (published January 2010).
“Defeating the Improvised Explosive Device (IED) and Other Asymmetric Threats: Today’s Efforts and Tomorrow’s Requirements,” House Armed Services Committee, September 16, 2008 (published December 2009).
“Implications of the Supreme Court’s Boumediene Decision for Detainees at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba: Non-Governmental Perspective,” House Armed Services Committee, July 30, 2008 (published January 2010).
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