"Bollinger and Stone call upon the insights of prominent figures to define the parameters of the debate and forge a conclusion."
"The mixed legacy of the Pentagon Papers: Secrets, leaks and prosecutions," The Washington Post, June 18, 2021.
“As a practical matter, the press and the government have arrived at the state of mind that there will not be prior restraints or subsequent prosecutions — that that would violate the spirit of the First Amendment.”
"A First Amendment Case That Made an ‘Incoherent State of the Law,’" The New York Times, June 9, 2021.
"President Trump’s ongoing assault against Twitter may represent the most egregious violation of the First Amendment by a president since Richard M. Nixon went to war against this newspaper almost half a century ago."
"Trump’s Assault on Twitter is an Attack on the First Amendment," The Washington Post, September 29, 2020
"Khashoggi's killing broke U.S. norms. The United States must do more to respond."
President Bollinger and Agnès Callamard Discuss Free Speech and Jamal Khashoggi in a video for The Washington Post.
"The FBI has stepped up its scrutiny of research practices at college and university campuses — including mine."
“No I won't start spying on my foreign-born students,” The Washington Post, August 30, 2019
"Americans should not confuse a First Amendment that is codified with a First Amendment that is calcified."
"Free Speech on Campus Is Doing Just Fine, Thank You,"The Atlantic, June 12, 2019
"You can look at the modern jurisprudence of the First Amendment and see its development inextricably linked to the struggle for equality in the United States."
“Plain words, easily understood,” Scotusblog, May 3, 2019
"Anyone on U.S. soil, whether a high-profile journalist or an ordinary citizen who criticizes the powerful, needs to know that the government has the First Amendment’s back."
"How the U.S. Could Prosecute Jamal Khashoggi’s Killers,"The Washington Post, March 31, 2019
"The yearning for freedom of expression is universal. There is nothing uniquely American about it at all."
"Americans only figured Out Free Speech 50 Years Ago. Here’s How the World Can Follow Our Lead." The Washington Post, February 12, 2015