The Fletcher School: International Security Studies Program



The Security Studies Journal of the Fletcher School, Tufts University

Launched in 2013, the Fletcher Security Review is an online journal managed and edited by students at the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy. In launching this journal, we at FSR are building on the Fletcher School’s strong traditions of marrying academics with practice, fostering close interdisciplinary collaboration, and acting as an incubator for groundbreaking ideas in international security. We believe that by leveraging these strengths – seeking input from established and up-and-coming scholars, practitioners, and analysts from around the world on topics deserving of greater attention – we can promote genuinely unique ways of looking at the future of security.

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Anyonia Chayes
James Forrest
Book Cover: Homeland Security and Terrorism
Richard Shultz
Professor Shultz 2016 latest publication March 2016 - "Prioritizing Security Sector Reform"
Robert Pfaltzgraff
Book Cover: Defending the HomelandBook Cover: Anticipating A Nuclear Iran
Toshi Yoshihara
Book Cover: Red Star Over the PacificBook cover: Chinese Information WarfareBook Cover: Strategy in the Second Nuclear AgeBook Cover: Indian naval Strategy in the Twenty-first century
William Martel
Book Cover Victory in War