Eugene Fidell, military justice professor of Yale Law School, president emeritus of the National Institute of Military Justice, and a member of TCP’s Liberty & Security Committee, has launched a new blog on Global Military Justice Reform (http://globalmjreform.blogspot.com/). According to Fidell:
Developments in the field of military justice have been coming at an extraordinary pace for the last several years, both in the United States and around the world. Some of these developments have been wise, some have not. In some respects, there has been remarkable resistance to change. The purpose of this blog will be to identify and comment on developments in the reform of military justice from a national and global perspective. The content reflects only my views. The blog will be a work in progress, and the only thing that is certain is that it will change over time.
We welcome this new blog and look forward to its ongoing contribution to the debate.
The views expressed in this blog post are not necessarily those of TCP, its committees, or boards.