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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:
John Boatman, Haystax Technology
James Fearon, Stanford University
Tracey German, Kings College, London
Bruce Hoffman, Georgetown University
Robert Jervis, Columbia University
Jeffrey Knopf, Middlebury Institute of International Studies
Sara Moller, Seton Hall University
Falk Ostermann, Justus-Liebig-Universität, Giessen
Alfred Rolington, Cyber Security Intelligence, Ltd.
Christopher Twomey, Naval Postgraduate School
These Artstor collections contain relevant images for Security Studies:
Panos Pictures: 35,000 images of contemporary global affairs documenting critical social issues as well as stories beyond the daily media agenda.
Magnum Photos: 80,000 of the world's most renowned photographs chronicling people, events, issues, and personalities, from the Spanish Civil war to Vietnam to the present day.
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