The JSTOR Security Studies collection gathers academic and open policy research on international and national security problems and foreign policy issues from a global perspective.
This interdisciplinary resource has been built in collaboration with librarians, scholars, and policy researchers, and with guidance from an advisory group of professionals in the community.
Security Studies includes more than 70 scholarly, trade, and military journals–all new to JSTOR– in addition to 10 Open Access journals and up to 20,000 open reports from more than 100 institutes.
Notable journal titles
- Foreign Policy Analysis
- International Relations of the Asia-Pacific
- Security Dialogue
- St Antony’s International Review
- Naval War College Review
Peace & Conflict Studies
Terrorism & Political Violence
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Notable policy institutes
- Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies (USA)
- Australian Strategic Policy Institute (Australia)
- Carnegie Endowment for International Peace (international)
- Centre for Conflict Resolution (pan-African)
- Council on Foreign Relations (USA)
- The International Institute for Counter-Terrorism (Israel)
- Hague Center for Strategic Studies (Netherlands)
- Institut Barcelona d’Estudis Internacionals (Spain)
- RAND Corporation (USA)
- World Bank (international)
John Boatman, Director, Content Development at Haystax Technology; James D. Fearon, Theodore and Frances Geballe Professor in the School of Humanities and Sciences and Professor of Political Science at Stanford University; Tracey German, Deputy Dean of Academic Studies (Research) at the Defence Studies Department, King’s College London; Bruce Hoffman, Professor, Security Studies Program, School of Foreign Service at Georgetown University; Robert Jervis, Adlai E. Stevenson Professor of International Affairs at Columbia University; Jeffrey Knopf, Professor and Chair, Nonproliferation and Terrorism Studies Program at Middlebury Institute of International Studies; Sara Moller, Assistant Professor, International Security at the School of Diplomacy and International Relations, Seton Hall University; Falk Ostermann, Assistant Professor of International Relations at Justus-Liebig University Giessen; Alfred Rolington, CEO, Cyber Security Intelligence Limited; Christopher Twomey, Associate Professor of National Security Affairs at the U.S. Naval Postgraduate School.
Security Studies extension
An add-on to the Security Studies collection, the Extension includes top journals in the discipline from JSTOR Arts & Sciences collections.