Global Security: Health, Science and Policy
Global Secur Health Sci Pol
ISSN (printed): 2377-9489. ISSN (electronic): 2377-9497.
Global Security encompasses a wide range of topics related to transnational threats to humankind. Papers lie at the intersection of health, science and policy. Its core subject areas include: Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear and Explosive threats (CBRNE); Cybersecurity, Crime, Warfare, and Terrorism; Public Health (including disease pandemics, food safety/security, and psychosocial implications); Climate, Energy, and Environmental Security; Peace and Diplomacy Studies, Political and Economic Security; Data Fusion and other Cutting Edge Topics; Global Security seeks to foster interdisciplinary communication. The Journal is geared to the interests of research and applied scientists, health professionals, toxicologists, risk analysts and policy makers, as well as the intelligence and defense communities. The broad scope encourages synergies and is a distinguishing characteristic of the Journal. Hard science articles are accompanied by a précis describing broader health or environmental implications of the research. Global Security offers a repository of rigorous peer-reviewed papers as well as thought provoking opinion pieces. It attracts a diverse readership seeking to establish a common platform for discussion and debate. The Journal serves as a focal point for security and health information resources and a tool for mitigating problems across an array of global issues, to help make the world a safer place.
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