Volume 1, No. 1
Re-conceptualizing Environmental Security as Resilience: Strategic Planning for Human and National Security
John M. Lanicci, James D. Ramsay, Elisabeth Hope Murray
Threats to Human Security and Migration in Guatemala
Hugo Asencio and Elena Kulikov
The Constant Threat to Peace and Liberty: The Caliphate and Jihad
Danny W. Davis and Kathryn Williams
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The Journal of Human Security and Resilience (JHS&R) is an online peer-reviewed journal published semi-annually by the University of Colorado Colorado Springs. The purpose of the JHS&R is to provide a forum for discussing fundamental issues of importance relevant to human security and resilience around the world. Read more about the JHS&R vision and mission here.
National and international manuscripts will be considered from the following categories:
- Book Reviews
All papers submitted to JHS&R undergo a rigorous double-blind peer-review process. Research that involves human subjects must include documentation of institutional research board permission on the part of a college/university or organization.
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Nobody asked me, but...
“National security” commonly refers to the ability of the state to protect the fundamental values and core interests of a society. For three and a half centuries since the genesis of the Westphalian state system, security has been focused on the national or societal level—how doesone secure the state and the society within it?
- March 23-24, 2017, 10th Annual Homeland Defense & Security Education Summit, George Mason University, Arlington, VA