The Journal of Strategic Security (JSS) is a double-blind peer-reviewed professional journal published quarterly by Henley-Putnam School of Strategic Security 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 global security, international relations, intelligence, terrorism and counterterrorism studies, among others. JSS is indexed in SCOPUS, the Directory of Open Access Journals, several EBSCOhost databases, EuroPub, and ProQuest databases.
Current Issue: Urban Security
Cover & Front Matter
Urban Security: From High-Intensity Crime to Large-Scale Combat Operations and Everything in Between
John P. Sullivan, Ph.D.; Nathan P. Jones, Ph.D.; and Daniel W. Argomedo, Ph.D.
Urban Disaster Wrought by Man: The Battle for Manila, 1945
Russell W. Glenn
Virtual Urban Siege: Modern Urban Siege and Swarming in Culiacán 2019 & 2023
Daniel Weisz Argomedo; Nathan P. Jones, Ph.D.; and John P. Sullivan, Ph.D.
Implementing NIMS: Lessons Learned from the Boston Marathon Bombing
James M. Duggan, John Petrozzelli, and Jay Slattery
The Battles of Hue: Understanding Urban Conflicts through Wargaming
David J.H. Burden
Why Cities Fail: The Urban Security Crisis in Ecuador
Jorge Mantilla, Carolina Andrade, and Maria Fe Vallejo
Blood and Concrete: 21st Century Conflict in Urban Centers and Megacities. Edited by Dave Dilegge, Robert J. Bunker, John P. Sullivan, and Alma Keshavarz. Bloomington, IN: Xlibris, 2019.
Michael L. Burgoyne
Book Review Essay
Megacities and Urban Warfare in the 21st Century: The City as the Cemetery of Revolutionaries and Resources
José de Arimatéia da Cruz Ph.D./MPH