Tag: Matt Waxman

Matt Waxman publishes book with Nobuhisa Ishizuka and Masahiro Kurosaki: Strengthening the U.S.-Japan Alliance: Pathways for Bridging Law and Policy

“The U.S.-Japan alliance is a cornerstone of American foreign and defense policy in East Asia. ‘It’s critical to the security of the region,’ says Matthew Waxman, Liviu Librescu Professor of Law and faculty chair of the Law School’s National Security Law Program. ‘To understand how the U.S.-Japan alliance operates in

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Matt Waxman quoted in Inside Security article, “FCC Seeks Input on Regulatory Review Of ‘Section 230’ Liability Protection; Issues Touch on Countering Disinformation”

“Columbia’s Waxman told Inside Cybersecurity that ‘foreign disinformation campaigns remain a huge threat and the United States is still working to develop the tools to combat them.’ “Waxman said, ‘One reason why it’s hard to combat disinformation through regulation is because while we need to protect our democracy from foreign

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Matt Waxman quoted in the Atlantic article, “It Wasn’t the Law That Stopped Other Presidents From Killing Soleimani”

“The [assassination] ban arose in response to covert CIA plots to, for example, kill Fidel Castro with an exploding cigar during peacetime—essentially, attempting to kill because of political differences, not in wartime self-defense, said Matthew Waxman, who directs the National Security Law Program at Columbia University and served in the

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