Thursday, November 01, 2007

Justice Barred


[Image: This graphic by Gary Fogelson comes via an op-ed for the New York TImes entitled How to Try a Terrorist and breaks it down quite nicely. The article itself by John C. Coughenour, a federal district judge, makes a good argument for how the court system when it comes to trying terrorism is always grossly portrayed as inadequate so that a new "adjudicatory framework" can remove the courts from the equation. An interesting follow-up to the last post.]


Blogger ramallah syndrome said...

hey bryan
thought u might enjoy this link

its an interesting exercise. dont know if you've come across them before but sarai are an innovative and imgainative, part research, part visual-arts outfit. while they dont deal with military urbanims per se they are to a large degree conceptually interested in how conflict is increasingly shaping the southern metropolis. some of their publications on bangalore are excellent. hope you enjoy


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Blogger Subtopia said...


thanks for the link thats some cool stuff right there.

lots to look into there - i will have to spend some time. i love the coupling of research and urbanism and games, all focused though turning the conflict inside out. conflict structurally gutted.

anyway, thanks for pointing this out.

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