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New Law Journal: The Harvard National Security Journal

Professor Kenneth Anderson over at Opinio Juris has posted today an entry concerning the recent publishing of an essay on targeted killings. Being interested in targeted killings, and having written an essay last month on the legal issues this policy raises, I went on to read it, and discovered in the process that Harvard University had apparently created a new law journal covering National Security issues, the Harvard National Security Journal.

I took a quick look at it, and found it very interesting. It defines itself as “a student-edited online journal dedicated to improving scholarship and discourse in the field of national security.” It’s presented under the form of a blog, and a rather good-looking one at that. I wish my blog looked like that.

Specializing in international security issues, I’ll definitely keep an eye out for this new journal, and am already looking forward to the next issue. I would recommend anyone interested in national and international security issues to take a look at it!

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