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JNSLP welcomes submissions of articles, essays, and book reviews that analyze timely national security challenges and recommend policy solutions.

The Journal of National Security Law and Policy hosted its 2021 annual symposium this week, featuring a keynote discussi...
03/26/2021
Shifting the Great Power Competition: Emerging and Continuing Threats with China with Jim Steinberg

The Journal of National Security Law and Policy hosted its 2021 annual symposium this week, featuring a keynote discussion with James Steinberg, former US Deputy Secretary of State and University Professor of Social Science, International Affairs and Law at Syracuse University.

Steinberg and James Feinerman, Professor of Law at Georgetown University, sit down to discuss US-China relations, managing differences, and the ongoing power struggle between both nations.

The interview taps Steinberg’s wealth of experience with China to address the biggest challenges facing the Biden Administration and his recommendations for the way ahead.

Syracuse University College of Law Professor William C. Banks, Chair of the ABA Standing Committee on Law and National Security and Editor-in-Chief of JNSLP, provides opening remarks.

The Georgetown Journal of National Security Law & Policy (JNSLP) hosted it's 2021 annual symposium this week, featuring a keynote discussion with Jim Steinberg, former U.S. Deputy Secretary of State.

Join us on March 23rd and 24th as we discuss Human Rights, Technology Disputes, and Competition in the South China Sea.R...
02/16/2021

Join us on March 23rd and 24th as we discuss Human Rights, Technology Disputes, and Competition in the South China Sea.
Register here - https://jnslp.com/symposium/.

Check out our new online volume with National Security Law Experts sharing their views on the events of January 6th. Tha...
01/26/2021
Special Online Issue: Capitol Insurrection 2021 Archives - Journal of National Security Law & Policy

Check out our new online volume with National Security Law Experts sharing their views on the events of January 6th. Thank you to our colleagues at Syracuse University Institute for Security Policy and Law for their help!

Issue Archive, Special Online Issue: Capitol Insurrection 2021 Introduction to the Special Online Issue on the 2021 Capitol Insurrection January 25, 2021 Leave a comment January 6, 2021, was supposed to be the day that Joe Biden became the congressionally certified winner of the 2020 presidential el...

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01/13/2021
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https://www.thirdway.org/events/catching-the-cybercriminal-reforming-global-law-enforcementWe hope you can join us for w...
11/14/2019
Catching the Cybercriminal: Reforming Global Law Enforcement – Third Way

https://www.thirdway.org/events/catching-the-cybercriminal-reforming-global-law-enforcement

We hope you can join us for what is sure to be an interesting day!

Watch the symposium! Click here and use password “CYBERCRIME” to access the livestream on November 18th.Can cybercriminals and the organizations often behind them actually be caught, and held accountable? What more can, and should, be done?New York University’s Center for Cybersecurity, the Jo...

Join us at Georgetown Law on November 7th for a screening of The Man Nobody Knew: In Search of My Father, CIA Spymaster ...
10/28/2019

Join us at Georgetown Law on November 7th for a screening of The Man Nobody Knew: In Search of My Father, CIA Spymaster William Colby followed by a fascinating discussion on ethics and intelligence operations in liberal democracies with Michael Morrell, Avril Haynes, and Professor Seamus Miller.

New JNSLP Article—Full Court Press: Preventing Foreign Adversaries from Exfiltrating National Security Technologies Thro...
07/29/2019
Full Court Press: Preventing Foreign Adversaries from Exfiltrating National Security Technologies Through Bankruptcy Proceedings - Journal of National Security Law & Policy

New JNSLP Article—

Full Court Press: Preventing Foreign Adversaries from Exfiltrating National Security Technologies Through Bankruptcy Proceedings

While an important part of US innovation and culture, bankruptcy proceedings have nonetheless become a unique avenue through which foreign adversaries are able to acquire sensitive US national security-related technology and intellectual property. Through a detailed analysis of the current gaps in federal regulations governing foreign investment and bankruptcy proceedings in the US, Camille Stewart provides the reader an in-depth look into exactly how foreign companies have been able to circumvent these US foreign investment regulations.

In raising awareness to an issue that could ultimately leave the United States vulnerable to destructive cyberattacks, Stewart argues that training and equipping bankruptcy judges to identify potential national security concerns in bankruptcy cases will help mitigate the exfiltration of national security-related information and technology.

http://jnslp.com/2019/07/29/full-court-press/

... adversaries are able to acquire sensitive US national security technologies and intellectual property. Through a detailed analysis ...

Journal of National Security Law & Policy, 10:1Vol. 10, No. 1 of JNSLP features articles spanning nuclear non-proliferat...
04/22/2019

Journal of National Security Law & Policy, 10:1

Vol. 10, No. 1 of JNSLP features articles spanning nuclear non-proliferation to the role of human behavior in national security decisionmaking.

The issue opens with a critical look at the development and performance of the UN Security Council Resolution 1540 regime. 10:1 also includes an analysis of the conflicting and unclear state of authorities within the Intelligence Community, an article examining the role of the “prominence effect” in national security decisionmaking, and an overview of the US military’s position on climate change.

10:1 also provides perspectives on issues related to emerging technology, including a proposal for a new exception to the Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act to address the cyber threat and an overview the potential legal, policy, and ethical challenges that will arise as governments inevitably begin to employ artificial intelligence and machine learning algorithms to inform their use of force decisions.

Two book reviews examine Professor Eric K. Yamamoto’s timely book In the Shadow of Korematsu: Democratic Liberties and National Security and retired Brig. Gen. Kenneth Watkin’s new study, Fighting at the Legal Boundaries: Controlling the Use of Force in Contemporary Conflict.

http://jnslp.com/topics/read/vol-10-no-1/

New JNSLP Article:Building a Universal Counter-Proliferation Regime: The Institutional Limits of United Nations Security...
02/11/2019
Building a Universal Counter-Proliferation Regime: The Institutional Limits of United Nations Security Council Resolution 1540 - Journal of National Security Law & Policy

New JNSLP Article:

Building a Universal Counter-Proliferation Regime: The Institutional Limits of United Nations Security Council Resolution 1540

The risk of Weapons of Mass Destruction materials falling into the hands of criminals continues to be a major security concern following 9/11. Efforts to curb the threat culminated in 2004 with U.N. Security Council Resolution 1540. Resolution 1540 created an international institution—the 1540 regime—that was intended to prevent WMD proliferation by closing legal gaps in every U.N. member state. In addition to prohibiting states from engaging in proliferation activities, the instrument obliges states to address WMD trafficking at home through both criminal law enforcement and regulatory oversight ...

http://jnslp.com/2019/02/11/building-a-universal-counter-proliferation-regime-the-institutional-limits-of-united-nations-security-council-resolution-1540/

Sarah Shirazyan's article on "Building a Universal Counter-Proliferation Regime" proceeds in four steps ....

Please join us for the Journal of National Security Law & Policy annual symposium! This year’s symposium is The Continui...
01/29/2019
JNSLP Symposium Invitation - The Continuing Threat of Nuclear Weapons

Please join us for the Journal of National Security Law & Policy annual symposium!

This year’s symposium is The Continuing Threat of Nuclear Weapons, and is brought to you by the JNSLP, the Georgetown Center on National Security and the Law, and the Georgetown Center for Asian Law.
The symposium will take place Monday, February 25, 2019 at Georgetown Law from 9:00 AM – 3:20 PM. The event will be held on the 12th floor of the Gewirz Student Center.

In addition to the following three panels, the symposium will also feature a lunchtime keynote speech by Joseph Cirincione, President of Ploughshares Fund ...

[email protected] Please join us for the Journal of National Security Law & Policy annual symposium! This year’s symposium is The Continuing Threat of Nuclear Weapons, and is brought to you by the JNSLP, the Georgetown Center on National Security and the Law, and the Georgetown Center for Asian Law. ...

New JNSLP Article—Gathering Intelligence: Drifting Meaning and the Modern Surveillance ApparatusSince its implementation...
01/28/2019

New JNSLP Article—Gathering Intelligence: Drifting Meaning and the Modern Surveillance Apparatus

Since its implementation in 1981, Executive Order 12,333 has served as a general charter governing the structure and operations of the Intelligence Community. While legislation has imposed a degree of added judicial and congressional oversight, the executive branch continues to retain sole discretion over large swathes of foreign intelligence activity today.

Over the past several decades, and in accordance with E.O. 12,333’s mandate, members of the Intelligence Community have each created internal agency manuals to guide their foreign intelligence operations. These manuals identify and define a range of technical terms critical to determining the scope of agencies’ intelligence-gathering authority, including what information is gathered, how long that information is retained, and the uses to which it may be put. But over time, the dispersion of authority to make decisions within and across intelligence agencies has enabled drift in the meaning of these terms. Together, the manuals have created a thicket of often conflicting and unclear definitions that are difficult for Congress, the courts, and even committees within the executive branch to understand.

In this article, Diana Lee, Paulina Perlin, and Joe Schottenfeld provide the first sustained analysis of these definitional inconsistencies, their consequences, and efforts to address the problem from within and outside the executive branch ...

http://jnslp.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/01/Gathering_Intelligence.pdf

New JNSLP article: Stephen Dycus reviews Professor Yamamoto’s In the Shadow of Korematsu: Democratic Liberties and Natio...
01/17/2019
Requiem for Korematsu? - Journal of National Security Law & Policy

New JNSLP article: Stephen Dycus reviews Professor Yamamoto’s In the Shadow of Korematsu: Democratic Liberties and National Security, published just weeks before the Supreme Court decided Trump v. Hawaii ...

http://jnslp.com/2019/01/16/requiem-for-korematsu/

Stephen Dycus reviews Professor Eric K. Yamamoto’s timely book In the Shadow of Korematsu: Democratic Liberties and National Security, published just weeks before the Supreme Court decided Trump v. Hawaii. Dycus draws out the book’s core themes, highlighting Yamamoto’s analysis of the Koremats...

New JNSLP Article—From Protecting Lives to Protecting States: Use of Force Across the Threat ContinuumRetired Brigadier ...
01/16/2019
From Protecting Lives to Protecting States: Use of Force Across the Threat Continuum - Journal of National Security Law & Policy

New JNSLP Article—From Protecting Lives to Protecting States: Use of Force Across the Threat Continuum

Retired Brigadier General Kenneth Watkin’s new book, Fighting at the Legal Boundaries: Controlling the Use of Force in Contemporary Conflict, helps address some of the issues with the increasingly blurred line between international humanitarian law and human rights law ...

http://jnslp.com/2019/01/16/from-protecting-lives-to-protecting-states-use-of-force-across-the-threat-continuum/

Retired Brigadier General Kenneth Watkin’s new book, Fighting at the Legal Boundaries: Controlling the Use of Force in Contemporary Conflict, helps address some of the issues with the increasingly blurred line between international humanitarian law and human rights law. Professor Mitt Regan’s re...

New JNSLP Article: The National Security Impacts of Climate ChangeAs global sea levels rise and extreme weather events b...
12/19/2018
The National Security Impacts of Climate Change - Journal of National Security Law & Policy

New JNSLP Article: The National Security Impacts of Climate Change

As global sea levels rise and extreme weather events become more frequent and more intense, what is the impact on our nation’s military readiness and the capabilities of its forces to carry out their missions? On both the domestic and international front, the effects of climate change could become catastrophic, overwhelming disaster-response capabilities ...

http://jnslp.com/2018/12/19/the-national-security-impacts-of-climate-change/

... recognized as having national security implications, which has spurred dialogue between the climate change and national security communities ...

New JNSLP Article—Sovereign Immunity in Cyber Space: Towards Defining a Cyber-Intrusion Exception to the Foreign Soverei...
12/13/2018
Sovereign Immunity in Cyber Space: Towards Defining a Cyber-Intrusion Exception to the Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act - Journal of National Security Law & Policy

New JNSLP Article—Sovereign Immunity in Cyber Space: Towards Defining a Cyber-Intrusion Exception to the Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act

In light of recent foreign cyber-assaults that have jeopardized personal privacy in the United States, it is time for individuals to explore opportunities for private suits against foreign governments. In the first attempt to do this, Doe v. Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia, the courts found that the Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act barred suit under the Wiretap Act’s private cause of action and the common law tort of intrusion upon seclusion. Kurland posits that either a new exception should be added to the FSIA to ameliorate this legal lacuna.

http://jnslp.com/2018/12/13/sovereign-immunity-in-cyber-space-towards-defining-a-cyber-intrusion-exception-to-the-foreign-sovereign-immunities-act/

... courts found that the Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act barred suit under the Wiretap Act’s private cause of action and the common law tort ...

New JNSLP Article—Outsourcing Intelligence Analysis: Legal and Policy Risks"The outsourcing of intelligence, while not a...
05/30/2018
Outsourcing Intelligence Analysis: Legal and Policy Risks - Journal of National Security Law & Policy

New JNSLP Article—Outsourcing Intelligence Analysis: Legal and Policy Risks

"The outsourcing of intelligence, while not a recent phenomenon, has become more commonplace in the face of increased operations and fiscal pressure since the terror attacks of Sept. 11, 2001. While outsourcing has many benefits, it also brings certain general difficulties. As outsourcing decisions continue, it is critical that lawmakers understand the policy and legal implications of such choices" ...

http://jnslp.com/2018/05/30/outsourcing-intelligence-analysis-legal-and-policy-risks/

Outsourcing intelligence, while not a recent phenomenon, has become more commonplace in the face of increased operations and fiscal pressure since the terror attacks of Sept. 11, 2001. While outsourcing has many benefits, it also brings certain general difficulties. As outsourcing decisions continue...

New JNSLP Article: Replacing the “Sword of War” with the “Scales of Justice”: Henfield’s Case and the Origins of Lawfare...
05/22/2018
Replacing the “Sword of War” with the “Scales of Justice”: Henfield’s Case and the Origins of Lawfare in the United States - Journal of National Security Law & Policy

New JNSLP Article: Replacing the “Sword of War” with the “Scales of Justice”: Henfield’s Case and the Origins of Lawfare in the United States

The United States government’s 1793 prosecution of Gideon Henfield represents the first instance of the lawfare engaged in by the fledgling government. Over the course of the decades that followed, criminal prosecution became a default selection for addressing national security threats. This article examines how the Washington Administration utilized law as a weapon to defend itself from the British and French and set the precedent for using prosecutions to achieve national security objectives.

http://jnslp.com/2018/05/22/replacing-the-sword-of-war-with-the-scales-of-justice-henfields-case-and-the-origins-of-lawfare-in-the-united-states/

The United States government’s 1793 prosecution of Gideon Henfield represents the first instance of the lawfare engaged in by the fledgling government. Over the course of the decades that followed, criminal prosecution became a default selection for addressing national security threats. This artic...

New JNSLP Article! Rock or Island: It Was an UNCLOS CallGeospatial Intelligence (GEOINT) provides legal value in present...
05/21/2018
Rock or Island: It Was an UNCLOS Call - Journal of National Security Law & Policy

New JNSLP Article! Rock or Island: It Was an UNCLOS Call

Geospatial Intelligence (GEOINT) provides legal value in presenting historical and existing facts to judicial bodies in their efforts to achieve the peaceful use of the seas, consistent with the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS). The 2016 South China Sea Arbitration highlighted the value of GEOINT and demonstrates how GEOINT will be important in promoting a rules-based order in the maritime domain.

http://jnslp.com/2018/05/21/rock-or-island-it-was-an-unclos-call/

Geospatial Intelligence (GEOINT) provides legal value in presenting historical and existing facts to judicial bodies in their efforts to achieve the peaceful use of the seas, consistent with the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS). The 2016 South China Sea Arbitration highlighte...

New JNSLP Article: Protecting Refugees a National Security ImperativeBy Elisa Massimino, President and CEO, Human Rights...
05/08/2018
Protecting Refugees a National Security Imperative

New JNSLP Article: Protecting Refugees a National Security Imperative

By Elisa Massimino, President and CEO, Human Rights First

In the United States, the discussion about immigration is dominated by a narrow focus on the security of the borders, particularly the southern border, and the potential threats posed by people who seek enter the country. However, the national security implications of the refugee crisis go way beyond the borders. Protecting refugees, rather than keeping them out, is a national security imperative.

http://jnslp.com/2018/05/07/protecting-refugees-a-national-security-imperative/

... security of the borders, particularly the southern border, and the potential threats posed by people who seek enter the country. However, the national security implications of the refugee crisis go way beyond the borders. Protecting refugees, rather than keeping them out, is a national security....

2018 JNSLP SymposiumThe New Cold War?: The State of US-Russia Relations & Unconventional Threats to US SecurityKeynote: ...
02/03/2018

2018 JNSLP Symposium

The New Cold War?: The State of US-Russia Relations &

Unconventional Threats to US Security

Keynote: Laura Kennedy, former US Deputy Assistant
Secretary for European and Eurasian Affairs

• Panel 1: Foreign Ties in the National Security Context: The Politics & Policies of Disclosure
• Panel 2: The Russian Cyber Threat
• Panel 3: Russian State Organized Crime

http://jnslp.com/symposium/

JNSLP Article: Just War and Conduct in War: An Airman’s ReflectionBy Christopher MillerThe business that we are all some...
01/17/2018
Just War and Conduct in War: An Airman’s Reflection - Journal of National Security Law & Policy

JNSLP Article: Just War and Conduct in War: An Airman’s Reflection

By Christopher Miller

The business that we are all somehow associated with—of contemplating war, preparing for war, deterring war, initiating war, prosecuting war, providing relief in war, ending war, recovering from war—is consequential. Getting as right as possible the intricate dance of decisions that define the initiation, conduct, and conclusion of warfare is incredibly important for societies. It also has varying degrees of impact on individuals, from merely defining the outlines of individual service members’ daily lives to shattering or ending the mental and physical existence of combatants and innocents.

http://jnslp.com/2018/01/17/just-war-conduct-war-airmans-reflection/

The business that we are all somehow associated with—of contemplating war, preparing for war, deterring war, initiating war, prosecuting war, providing relief in war, ending war, recovering from war—is consequential. Getting as right as possible the intricate dance of decisions that define the i...

Open Position: INSCT Director The Syracuse University College of Law seeks a dynamic and imaginative leader, who is also...
12/19/2017
Open Position: INSCT Director | Institute for National Security and Counterterrorism

Open Position: INSCT Director

The Syracuse University College of Law seeks a dynamic and imaginative leader, who is also an accomplished national security law and policy academic, to guide and develop the globally recognized Institute for National Security and Counterterrorism. The new Director will lead with a commitment to the Institute’s legacy of excellence and a strong vision of its future in an evolving security landscape ...

http://insct.syr.edu/open-position-insct-director/

Founded in 2003 by a highly respected national security thought-leader, INSCT emphasizes an interdisciplinary approach as it prepares the next generation of profession-ready attorneys, policymakers, and practitioners with innovative courses in support of its law and graduate certificates of advanced...

NEW JNSLP ARTICLE: A Review of “The Future of Foreign Intelligence: Privacy and Surveillance in a Digital Age” by Laura ...
12/12/2017
A Review of “The Future of Foreign Intelligence: Privacy and Surveillance in a Digital Age” by Laura K. Donohue

NEW JNSLP ARTICLE: A Review of “The Future of Foreign Intelligence: Privacy and Surveillance in a Digital Age” by Laura K. Donohue

Former inspector general and senior counsel of the National Security Agency, Joel Brenner presents his critique of Professor Laura Donohue's "full-throated denunciation of the entire legal framework regulating the government’s collection of data about American citizens and permanent residents." He discusses her findings in detail, and in the end, finds that they both agree on a number of specific proposals, and "disagree profoundly on FISA’s rationale and constitutional limitations."

http://jnslp.com/2017/12/12/review-future-foreign-intelligence-privacy-surveillance-digital-age-laura-k-donohue/

Joel Brenner presents his critique of Professor Laura Donohue's The Future of Foreign Intelligence, and its "full-throated denunciation of the entire ...

William C. Banks Named Senior Fellow at Georgetown Law’s Center on National Security and the LawThe Georgetown Center on...
12/01/2017
William C. Banks Named Senior Fellow at Georgetown Law’s Center on National Security and the Law | Institute for National Security and Counterterrorism

William C. Banks Named Senior Fellow at Georgetown Law’s Center on National Security and the Law

The Georgetown Center on National Security and the Law has announce that William C. Banks has joined the Center as a Senior Fellow.

"I am delighted to welcome Bill Banks to the Center," says Center Director and Professor of Law Laura K. Donohue. "Bill's scholarship has played a key role in defining the field of national security law. He has tremendous expertise, and we are privileged to have him join us at Georgetown." …

http://insct.syr.edu/william-c-banks-named-senior-fellow-georgetown-laws-center-national-security-law/

The Georgetown Center on National Security and the Law has announce that William C. Banks has joined the Center as a Senior Fellow. “I am delighted to welcome Bill Banks to the Center,” says Center Director and Professor of Law Laura K. Donohue. “Bill’s scholarship has played a key role in.....

New JNSLP Article: Understanding Cyber Collateral DamageIn this article, Sasha Romanosky and Zachary Goldman address the...
10/06/2017
Understanding Cyber Collateral Damage - Journal of National Security Law & Policy

New JNSLP Article: Understanding Cyber Collateral Damage

In this article, Sasha Romanosky and Zachary Goldman address the problem of how to define “collateral damage” in the cyber realm. Arguing that unintended effects on data alone can constitute collateral damage, Romanosky and Goldman propose ways for the US military and law enforcement to conceptualize and estimate collateral damage in the context of cyber operations.

http://jnslp.com/2017/10/06/understanding-cyber-collateral-damage/

In this article, Sasha Romanosky and Zachary Goldman address the problem of how to define “collateral damage” in the cyber realm. Arguing that unintended effects on data alone can constitute collateral damage, Romanosky and Goldman propose ways for the US military and law enforcement to conceptualiz...

New JNSLP Article: Proxy War EthicsIn this article, Anthony Pfaff discusses what ethical norms should govern proxy wars ...
08/28/2017
Proxy War Ethics - Journal of National Security Law & Policy

New JNSLP Article: Proxy War Ethics

In this article, Anthony Pfaff discusses what ethical norms should govern proxy wars and the relationships that sustain them; the way the existence of a benefactor-proxy relationship complicates the application of traditional jus ad bellum criteria; and the additional moral problems caused by the way proxy wars shift risk away from benefactors. He concludes by suggesting a set of norms that should guide proxy relationships.

http://jnslp.com/2017/08/28/proxy-war-ethics/

In this article, Anthony Pfaff discusses what ethical norms should govern proxy war and the relationships that sustain them ...

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Shifting to Great Power Competition: Emerging and Continuing Threats with China
Panel 1: U.S. and China Technology Disputes: ZTE, TikTok, and the Security Implications
The rapid global expansion in Chinese technologies has created a risk of national security vulnerabilities in the United States. The Trump Administration took aggressive steps to try and combat China’s growing technology influence Starting with Huawei’s 5G and culminating in a series of executive actions to try and effectively ban Chinese owned apps like TikTok and WeChat. This panel discussed the Biden administration’s approach to these technology disputes and how emerging complications, like the Microsoft Exchange hack recently attributed to China, will change the conversation.

Panel 2: Competition in the South China Sea
The South China Sea has long been a contentious area of complex territorial and maritime disputes between several nations over the abundance of natural resources in the region. As China continues to increase its military presence and build islands, the United States closely monitors the security implications. The panel discussed different perspectives from stakeholders in the region and strategies for the future of the South China Sea.

Panel 3: Chinese Human Rights Challenges for the Biden Administration—The Uyghur People, Hong Kong, and Developing Trends
From harsh crackdowns in Hong Kong under a new Chinese National Security Law to mass internments of Uyghur’s in Xinjiang, allegations of Chinese Human Rights abuses have filled the news over the last few years. This panel discussed the human rights situation in China, and the implications of the Chinese human rights abuses on US national security policy.

Keynote: James Steinberg, former US Deputy Secretary of State
Professor James Feinerman from Georgetown’s Center for Asian Law interviewed former Deputy Secretary of State James Steinberg. The two drew from their wealth of experience to cover challenges to shifting to great power competition, and how the Biden Administration should think about China. The interview was also a live taping of the ABA’s National Security Law Today podcast.

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