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John Choon Yoo (born July 10, 1967) is an American attorney, law professor, and author. As a former official in the United States Department of Justice during the George W. Bush administration,...

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  • ARE WE OVER-LAWYERING INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS ...

      Blog Source: www.chapmanlawreview.com | 12 months ago
    John Yoo will follow Phil. John needs no introduction to this group. His latest book, War by Other Means,1 has just been released and John will be signing copies of it this afternoon. Whether you agree with John, it is a great book. Just look at 
  • Samsung Blames Korean PR Partner For Developer Bribes | Cult ...

      Blog Source: www.cultofandroid.com | 12 months ago
    John Yoon, CCO of PR company Fllu, first contacted him about the deal. ... In a statement to The Verge, James Yoo, Director of Operations for Fllu, tried to deny the bribes and insisted that Kratunov's claims were false. Yoo also said that ..
  • Frank Buckley, James R. Rogers and John Yoo Debate Liberty ...

      Blog Source: originalismblog.typepad.com | 12 months ago
    This is from a while back, but very worthwhile -- at Liberty Forum, Frank Buckley (George Mason) argues in A New Critique of American Exceptionalism that the United States' strong presidency is contrary to the Framers' expectations and that&
  • Lawfare › Today's Headlines and Commentary

      Blog Source: www.lawfareblog.com | 12 months ago
    And John Yoo wrote an op-ed in National Review calling the verdict a mistake; in his opinion, Manning should have been convicted of aiding the enemy. The New York Times editorialized on the Manning verdict, calling it “mixed,” while the ...
  • Bradley Manning Not Guilty Of 'Aiding The Enemy' » ...

      Blog Source: freethoughtblogs.com | 12 months ago
    Dick Cheney and John Yoo and Karl Rove and George W. Bush were responsible for creating a public image of government lawlessness that encouraged whistle blowing. They went to war against Iraq on false pretenses and in contravention ...
  • The Law of Democracy: 2013 Supplement | Election Law Blog

      Blog Source: electionlawblog.org | 12 months ago
    How many books thank both Barack Obama and John Yoo? I know of one — and it might well be the only one: The Law of Democracy: Legal Structure of the Political Process. Back in the mid-1990s, when we were working on the first edition, ...
  • Book Review: Philip Bobbitt's 'Garments of Court and Palace' ...

      Blog Source: dinmerican.wordpress.com | 12 months ago
    That is just the legal guidance Cheney got from John Yoo, a deputy assistant attorney general in the Office of Legal Counsel. Neither Yoo nor Cheney thought waterboarding inflicted “severe pain.” The new prince, like Machiavelli's old one, ..
  • Former Guantanamo prosecutor calls Obama lecturer and ...

      Blog Source: mondoweiss.net | 1 year ago
    I mean, it was a bad idea when John Yoo and others in the Bush administration thought it was going to be this law-free zone that we could exploit people for intelligence, and it's still a bad idea. And there's no good reason. As I mentioned,
  • Mike Norman Economics: Paul Craig Roberts — It's Time for ......

      Blog Source: mikenormaneconomics.blogspot.com | 1 year ago
    The people who helped transform a democratically accountable president into a Caesar include John Yoo, who was rewarded for his treason by being accepted as a law professor at the University of California, Berkeley, Boalt school of law.
  • Opinio Juris » Blog Archive » Federalist Society ...

      Blog Source: opiniojuris.org | 1 year ago
    For readers interested in cyber issues, I wanted to briefly note a Federalist Society Teleconference I was invited to participate in tomorrow at 2 pm (John Yoo is the other panelist). The session is titled, “Attacks, Exploits and Intrusions: When Is


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