Founded in 2012, the Georgetown Security Studies Review (GSSR) is the oldest completely student-run security studies journal in the United States. As the official academic review of Georgetown University’s Center for Security Studies, the GSSR’s mission is to contribute to security policy debates by exposing both specialists and general interest readers to a wide array of perspectives on both current and historical international affairs issues. In addition to full-length peer-reviewed articles, issues of the GSSR feature literature reviews, letters to the editors, and op-ed pieces.
Our website features columns of short-form analysis on current security issues authored by our team of columnists at Georgetown’s Center for Security Studies (CSS). Find them on our home page and under the ‘Topics’ section; we publish regularly during the academic year. We accept submissions for the forum from all students in the Security Studies Program on an ad-hoc basis! Our forum submissions are max-2000 words, and cited using in-text hyperlinks. Feel free to refer to articles published recently on the website for examples on formatting. Submit forum submissions to <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
We also host the Precision Guided Podcast, where we discuss all things national security, history, military, and foreign policy. Find it wherever you listen to podcasts.
ISSN 2474-8552 (online)
ISSN 2474-8560 (print)