Trial access is now enabled until 30 April 2019 to the new JSTOR Security Studies collection via this link:
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JSTOR Security Studies is an evolving collection of multi-content resources focusing on violence and conflict in international relations. The scope of the collection encompasses cyber security, foreign policy, human security, intelligence & espionage, international law, military studies, peace & conflict studies, and political violence & terrorism. The core collection, when finished, will include:
- 75 scholarly journals, military journals, trade journals, and defense newsletters.
- 10 Open Access journals
- Up to 20,000 (grey literature) reports from 100 think tanks from all over the world
- Complete back runs of journals and newsletters, whenever possible, with some titles dating back to the 1940s.View the partial listing of the new-to-JSTOR titles in Security Studies
- Publications from the world’s leading think tanks and international organizationsView the partial listing of these contributors
- 879 security studies topics. Users can search within a given topic to drill down into and refine search results. Explore the featured topics on the Security Studies landing page.
- More international content. Almost 50 percent of the content in this collection is licensed from outside the U.S.
- Curated collection put together in collaboration with 250 faculty, librarians, doctoral students and working professionals from leading institutions of higher educations, government agencies and private sector companies from around the world.
Protesters fighting police in Nørrebro, Copenhagen. “At one point the riot turned into a pitched battle between protesters and police.”