C. Dixon Osburn - Halifax

C. Dixon Osburn

C. Dixon Osburn is a noted advocate for human rights and national security, leading the successful effort to repeal don’t ask, don’t tell; securing legislation permitting the release of Guantanamo prisoners; and overseeing successful civil trials against international war criminals, including the Syrian regime and leaders of the Khmer Rouge. Dixon received his AB from Stanford University and JD/MBA from Georgetown. Dixon is a Fellow at the Harvard Kennedy School’s Carr Center for Human Rights. Expertise: Human Rights, National Security

Recent Work

Restoring U.S. Global Leadership
Medium, October 26, 2020

Ten Question for Mr. Trump
Medium, October 22, 2020

How America’s Enemies Are Winning
Medium, October 5, 2020

How to Build Consensus in Congress
Medium, September 7, 2020

A Values Renaissance
Medium, September 1, 2020

Is Civil War Possible
Medium, August 18, 2020

Keep Schools Closed
Medium, August 10, 2020

Will Trumpism Survive Trump
Medium, July 28, 2020

Invest in Trustworthiness
Medium, July 23, 2020

A Civil Rights Czar
Medium, July 14, 2020

Democracy is Job One
Medium, July 6, 2020

Conservatives Fight Qualified Immunity
Medium, June 24, 2020