Welcome to JNSLP

JNSLP is the world’s only peer-reviewed journal devoted exclusively to security law and policy issues such as cybersecurity, torture, teaching national security law, secrecy, and the laws of war.

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. 12 No. 3


Olive Branches or Fig Leaves: A Cooperation Dilemma for Great Power Competition in Space | Matthew T. King

The Selling of a Precedent: The Past as Constraint on Congressional War Powers? | James H. Lebovic

“Outside Experts”: Expertise and the Counterterrorism Industry in Social Media Content Moderation | Amre Metwally

Guantanamo Detention in the Time of COVID-19 | Annie W. Morgan

By, With, And Through: Section 1202 and the Future of Unconventional Warfare | Major Christopher B. Rich Jr.; Captain Charles B. Johnson; and Major Paul T. Shirk


Outsourcing the Cyber Kill Chain: Reinforcing the Cyber Mission Force and Allowing Increased Contractor Support of Cyber Operations | Homer A. La Rue

Apparent Unlawful Command Influence: An Unworkable Test for an Untenable Doctrine | Vincent A. Marrazzo

FDI Like You’re FDR: CFIUS Review Under the Biden Administration’s Rooseveltian Conception of National Security | Will Moreland

Bubbles over Barriers: Amending the Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act for Cyber Accountability | Adam L. Silow

Symposium on Military Justice | October 2021

The following pieces are from the “30 Years of Military Justice” symposium held on Oct. 28, 2021, with keynote speaker Senator Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY), and in partnership with Georgetown University Law Center’s Center on National Security and the Law, the Journal of National Security Law & Policy, and the Georgetown National Security Law and Military Law Societies.

Keynote Address | Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY)

Thirty Years of Military Justice: Introduction to Symposium Edition | Rachel E. VanLandingham

Military Retiree Court-Martial Jurisdiction: Trials and Tribulations | Philip D. Cave & Kevin M. Hagey

The Good Officer? Evaluating General Milley’s Constitutional Dilemma | John C. Dehn

Tort Remedies in Military Prisons and Brigs | Brenner M. Fissell & Max Jesse Goldberg

Reassessing the Ahistorical Judicial Use of William Winthrop
and Frederick Bernays Wiener
 | Joshua Kastenberg

Preliminary Hearings in the United States Military | Franklin D. Rosenblatt

The world's only peer-reviewed journal devoted exclusively to national security law and policy.