The Journal of National Security Law and Policy is the world’s only peer-reviewed journal devoted exclusively to security law and policy issues such as counterterrorism, cybersecurity, targeted killing, autonomous weapons, international humanitarian law, and domestic terrorism.
Reviewers include distinguished members of the journal’s editorial board; law professors; academics from other disciplines; and members of the military, intelligence, law enforcement, and civil liberties communities.
Vol. 13 No. 2
DRONE STRIKE: ANALYZING THE IMPACTS OF TARGETED KILLING
Analyzing the Impacts of Targeted Killing: Lessons for the United States | Mitt Regan
Analyzing the Legality and Effectiveness of US Targeted Killing | Laurie R. Blank
Over-the-Horizon Drone Strikes in an Ongoing Global War: Afghanistan and Beyond | Laura A. Dickinson
Drone Strike—Analyzing Public Perceptions of Legitimacy | Paul Lushenko
Endless War Challenges Analysis of Drone Strike Effectiveness | David Sterman
Managing the Terrorism Threat with Drones | Katherine Zimmerman
US Commercial Space Regulation: The Rule of Three | John S. Goehring
An Army Turned Inward: Reforming the Insurrection Act to Guard Against Abuse | Elizabeth Goitein & Joseph Nunn