About John C Yoo
John Yoo has published more than 75 scholarly articles on foreign affairs, national security, and constitutional law. He has also contributed to the editorial pages of The Wall Street Journal, New York Times, Washington Post, Los Angeles Times, Philadelphia Inquirer and Chicago Tribune.
|Present||Professor of Law, Berkeley Law|
|Present||Visiting Scholar, American Enterprise Institute|
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University of California
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Embracing the Machines: Rationalist War and New Weapons Technologies California Law Review (2017)
Dramatic advances in weapons technology over the past two decades have led to a revolution in military affairs. Robotics and cyber weapons have used real-time information and communications to produce precision that has reduced casualties ...
A Return to Coercion: International Law and New Weapon Technologies Hofstra Law Review (2014)
In recent years, the U.S. has threatened air strikes against Syria and insisted on the possibility of air strikes against Iran, in both cases to deter development of weapons of mass destruction. Such threats represent ...
The Legality of the National Security Agency's Bulk Data Surveillance Programs I/S: A Journal of Law and Policy for the Information Society (2014)
Controversy has arisen again over the federal government's electronic surveillance efforts to gather intelligence on foreign terrorist groups. Recent disclosures, both authorized and illicit, have described two secret National Security Agency (NSA) programs. The first ...
Globalization and Sovereignty Berkeley Journal of International Law (2013)
Globalization represents the reality that we live in a time when the walls of sovereignty are no protection against the movements of capital, labor, information and ideas-nor can they provide effective protection against harm and ...