The Journal of Strategic Security (JSS) is a double-blind peer-reviewed professional journal published quarterly by Henley-Putnam University with support from the University of South Florida Libraries. The Journal provides a multi-disciplinary forum for scholarship and discussion of strategic security issues drawing from the fields of intelligence, terrorism and counterterrorism studies and protection, among others. JSS is indexed in SCOPUS, the Directory of Open Access Journals, and several EBSCOhost and ProQuest databases.

Current Issue: Volume 9, No. 3, Special Issue Fall 2016: Emerging Threats

In security studies, as in every other discipline, we are most often wise after the event, alerted to new challenges only after they have become manifest. The newly-established Initiative for the Study of Emerging Threats (ISET) at New York University's School of Professional Studies Center for Global Affairs represents a new venture intended to explore the security implications of today's and also tomorrow's geopolitical, technological, economic, and social developments. The Journal of Strategic Security is likewise committed to the forward-looking study of the security environment, and so this special issue is comprised of articles written by scholars from the Center for Global Affairs and curated by NYU Professor Mary Beth Altier.

Cover & Front Matter



Secular States in a “Security Community”: The Migration-Terrorism Nexus?
Colette G. Mazzucelli, Anna Visvizi, and Ronald Bee

Book Reviews

Guest Editor

Mary Beth Altier
NYU School of Professional Studies, Center for Global Affairs