The Harvard National Security Journal (NSJ) is seeking submissions for its milestone fifth volume.
The field of national security has grown significantly over the past several years, with a corresponding demand for critical scholarly analysis on its legal and policy dimensions. Complicated issues regarding the role of the Fourth Amendment in national security surveillance, separation of powers, executive authority in the Global War on Terror, and the legality of coercive interrogation techniques have challenged policymakers and lawyers in fields ranging from constitutional law to military law to human rights, and NSJ aims to foster dialogue about these types of critical issues.
NSJ also has an online portion of the Journal that accommodates short, targeted pieces—usually under 2,500 words. With these online features, we offer authors a quick publishing turnaround and the chance to comment on current events as they unfold.
Please visit our website, www.harvardnsj.com, to read our latest issue and to learn more about NSJ and our submissions process. Please feel free to contact us with any questions you may have.
Heather Alpino and Catherine Arney
Editors-in-Chief, Harvard National Security Journal, Volume 5