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By Robert N. Tracci
Congress must use its appropriations power to secure the border
Topic - Harold Hongju Koh
Harold Koh, Mrs. Clinton's top legal adviser, said in a March speech: "As a nation at war, we must comply with the laws of war, but detention of enemy belligerents to prevent them from returning to hostilities is a well-recognized feature of the conduct of armed conflict."
"The debate over the law can go on forever, but there is an important and urgent question, and that is what happens to the civilians of Libya," State Department legal adviser Harold Koh told the Senate Foreign Relations Committee last month.