MORE ON THE BOUMEDIENE DECISION, from Professor Kenneth Anderson. “It is as though the Boumediene majority somehow does not believe any of this has anything to do with, well, war and, to the extent that it is about war, the Court seems to be marking out a long-term trajectory of forcing a reconception of war, even combat, as a form of police work. . . . although the Court wants, as the chief justice said, control over federal enemy combatant policy, it does not want to be accountable for it.”