Phillip Carter

Phillip Carter is an Iraq veteran who now directs the veterans research program at the Center for a New American Security.

Politics
May 30 2014 6:59 PMHow to Fix the VABut with 9 million patients, 320,000 employees, 971 hospitals and clinics—It’s not going to be easy.
Convictions
June 27 2008 6:32 AMHostile Witnesses
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June 25 2008 11:34 AMFrom the Benches to the Trenches
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June 22 2008 3:29 PMDie Another Day
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June 17 2008 8:54 AMHigh Crimes?
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June 11 2008 3:01 PMSomebody's Watching You, Judge
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June 9 2008 9:46 AMDangerous Crossings
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June 3 2008 9:19 AMThe Circus Comes to Guantanamo
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May 22 2008 9:08 AMDon't Ask, Don't Tell, Do Litigate
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May 20 2008 4:36 PMConvictions on the Air
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May 19 2008 10:03 AMA Tale of Two Courts
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May 15 2008 10:21 AMVive la Différence!
Convictions
May 11 2008 10:22 PMState Secrets
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May 1 2008 10:01 AMDefining al-Qaida and the Authorization for the Use of Military Force
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April 24 2008 9:01 AM"Little question"?
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July 14 2008 12:52 PMConvictions on Sabbatical
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June 26 2008 2:50 PMGuns and Slate
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June 24 2008 10:13 AMFirst Contractor Prosecution Ends in Guilty Plea
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June 18 2008 11:21 AMThe Genesis of Torture
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June 12 2008 10:44 AMAnother Supreme Court Smackdown
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June 10 2008 9:43 AMStandard of Proof
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June 6 2008 4:42 PMDahlia vs. Ben on Bloggingheads
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June 1 2008 6:17 PMCommand Responsibility in Croatia
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May 21 2008 8:05 AMJustice Hillary?
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May 20 2008 1:03 PMDoJ Absolves FBI on Torture
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May 15 2008 10:44 AMLa Justice à Huis Clos?
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May 13 2008 8:03 AMCharges Dropped Against Detainee 063
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May 6 2008 1:51 PMOops!
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April 29 2008 12:17 PMWhen You Wish Upon a Star
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April 21 2008 4:37 PMPosner vs. Hurlbert

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Sept. 18 2014 11:42 AM Grandmaster Clash One of the most amazing feats in chess history just happened, and no one noticed.