Volume 5, Issue 1 of the Harvard National Security Journal is now available online!
Dear HLS 1Ls, We at the Harvard National Security Journal (“NSJ”) welcome you to Harvard Law and invite you to get involved in our milestone fifth volume. At NSJ, you will learn about editing, join an interesting community, and develop your resume. Right away, you will have the opportunity to take on significant — and […]
George D. Brown
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P.J. Blount, Research Counsel at the National Center for Remote Sensing, Air, and Space Law, explores the complicated legal landscape of targeting in space. Photo courtesy of NASA.
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Although national security threats are often treated independently, Erin Creegan draws connections among four categories of crimes — treason, espionage, sabotage, and terrorism — to address what the Government can do to detect, prevent, prosecute and punish national security crimes.
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By Siddhartha M. Velandy* — Click here to read the full text of the Article In the midst of a shifting international order, the U.S. Department of Defense stands uniquely positioned to intensify global innovation in the energy arena. This Article describes the mechanics by which DoD can ignite a mutually-beneficial green energy “arms race.” […]