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National Security Journals
Journals related to National Security cover a variety of disciplines, including history, politics, military science, data security, and law. Use the following links to browse journal titles in these areas:
The Grey House Guide to Homeland Security Resources (15th edition) includes data on those agencies and individuals in charge of homeland security on both Federal and State levels. It also includes detailed profiles of private sector companies that provide products and services to the homeland security industry. Also includes 24 DHS organizational charts, comprising all Directorates, Offices, and Agencies; Annual Flow Reports from the DHS: U.S.Lawful Permanent Residents; Refugees and Asylees; and Immigration Enforcement Actions.
The Homeland Security Digital Library (HSDL) is the nation’s premier collection of documents related to homeland security policy, strategy, and organizational management. The HSDL is sponsored by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s National Preparedness Directorate, FEMA and the Naval Postgraduate School Center for Homeland Defense and Security.
RAND conducts analyses and makes recommendations to strengthen the U.S. Department of Homeland Security across its full set of missions to prevent terrorism and enhance security, secure and manage America's borders, enforce and administer immigration laws, safeguard and secure cyberspace, and strengthen preparedness and resilience. In the area of public safety, RAND research addresses drug policy, crime, prison reform, and prisoner reentry, and other topics.
RAND conducts a broad array of national security research for the U.S. Department of Defense and allied ministries of defense. Research and development centers (FFRDCs) explore threat assessment, military acquisition, technology, recruitment and personnel management, counterinsurgency, intelligence, and readiness. Studies address such topics as terrorism financing and strategies to undermine violent extremism.