Check Out the National Security and Armed Conflict Law Review’s Current Issue

The National Security and Armed Conflict Law Review publishes on a rolling basis. Check out our articles, member articles and book reviews.

Professional articles:

Prosecuting the Crime of Aggression in the International Criminal Court
by Johan D. van der Vyver

Standing Our Ground: A Study of Southeast Asian Counterterrorism Conventions Contributing to a Peaceful Existence
by Major Dennis Hager

Bureaucracy and the U.S. Response to Mass Atrocity
by Gregory Brazeal

Student articles:

Pulling Back the Covers: Saleh v. Titan Corporation and (Near-) Blanket Immunity for Military Contractors in War Zones
by Ian S. Speir

PMCs on the High Seas: The Solution to Somali Piracy or a Failure to Learn from History?
by Bryan K. Doeg

Square Information, Round Categorization: Executive Order 13556 and Its Implementation Challenges
by Austin Harris

Government Secrets, National Security and Freedom of the Press: The Ability of the United States to Prosecute Julian Assange
by Heather M. Lacey

The Diminishing Free Speech Rights of Military Chaplains in the Aftermath of Repealing “Don’t ask Don’t Tell”
by Elyse Stiner

Terrorism Financing: The Rise and Fall of Counter-Terrorism Policy Primacy
by Jeanne K. Giraldo, reviewed by Jonathan Vollinger

Snyder v. Phelps:

Snyder v. Phelps: The Demise of Constitutional Avoidance
by Emily Horowitz

Snyder v. Phelps: The Destruction of the Equilibrium Between the Right to Free Speech and the Right to Protection From It
by Stewart F. Berkeley

Snyder v. Phelps: Finding the Light at the End of the Tort
by Brendan Mackesey

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