Vol 1, No 2 (2014)

VOL 1, NO 2 (2014): LOOKING AHEAD: FUTURE ISSUES IN HOMELAND AND NATIONAL SECURITY

The Center for Security Studies at Angelo State University has a distinct student population, comprising individuals who represent a scope of professional knowledge from the local to the federal level, private and public sector.  

Looking ahead at Homeland and National Security issues offers distinct perspectives on relevant issues in Homeland and National Security from active members of the Homeland Security community as well as those entering the field for the first time.

Table of Contents

Introduction

In This Edition PDF
Billy Cullins
Foreword by Colonel Kimberlee Joos PDF
Col. Kimberlee Joos
JHNS Mission PDF
Billy Cullins ;Ashley Tanner

Biographies

Faculty and Student Editorial Board Biographies PDF
Brooke O'Brien-Meza
Biography of Colonel Kimberlee Joos PDF
Col. Kimberlee Joos
Faculty and Student Editorial Board Biographies
Brooke O'Brien-Meza

Articles

Chechen Terror in Moscow, The Dubrovka Theatre PDF
Quentin Bushon
Narcoterrorism: How Drug Trafficking and Terrorism Intersect PDF
John Cisar
Hopeful Strategies and Misfires to Control Opiate Trafficking In and Around Afghanistan PDF
John Cisar
U.S. National Security Strategy and North Korea’s Recent Rogue Activity: Is it working? PDF
Christopher Hernandez
Reassessing U.S. Policy Options with Regards to the Islamic State PDF
Timothy Lo
Securing Those That Served: Safe-Guarding The Personal Information Of American Veterans. PDF
Billy Cullins
Chechen Terror in Moscow: The Dubrovka Theater Untitled
Quentin Bushon
Hopeful Strategies and Misfires to Control Opiate Trafficking In and Around Afghanistan PDF
John Cisar


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