ISSUE 1 – OCTOBER 2019

 

Welcome to the National Security Journal
Azizian, R.

Time for a National Security Strategy
Rothery, C.
Keywords: New Zealand,  National Security Framework, Intelligence and Security, Civil Defence and Emergency Management, Counter-Terrorism, Cyber Security, Defence

The Changing New Zealand National Security Environment: New Threats, New Structures, and New Research
Hoverd, W. J.
Keywords: New Zealand, National Security System, Cybersecurity, Terrorism, Climate Change, Mycoplasma bovis, Christchurch, Intelligence, New Zealand Defence Force

The Ghost of New Zealand’s Terrorism Past and Present
Battersby, J. M.
Keywords:  New Zealand, Terrorism, Left-Wing Extremism, Right-Wing Extremism, Christchurch, Suppression of Terrorism Act

Research Approaches to Terrorism: A Way Forward for New Zealand
Barnett, E. & Nelson, N. R.
Keywords: New Zealand, Terrorism, Research, Traditional Terrorism Studies, Orthodox Terrorism Studies, Critical Terrorism Studies

Counterfeiting in the Primary Industry Sector and the Threat to New Zealand’s Economy
Ball, R. & Quirke, S.
Keywords: Counterfeiting, Intellectual Property Theft, Deception, Adulteration, Tampering, Simulation, Misrepresentation, Product Fraud, Private Sector, Partnership, Primary Industry, New Zealand, Economic Motivation

Securing Public Places: New Zealand’s Private Security Sector as a National Security Enabler
Dynon, N.
Keywords: New Zealand, National Security, Counter-terrorism, Crowded places, Public spaces, Private Security, Police, Public-private Partnership

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National Security Focus

The NSJ is focused broadly on national security. It invites academics and practitioners across the expanded national security working space to contribute their research, knowledge and experience. It is available to subscribers across the government, NGO, business and academic sectors and on request.

Aims of the Journal

The journal aims to:

  • to provide a platform for the dissemination of high quality academic and professional research on national security topics relating to New Zealand and its regional environment.
  • to foster a closer interaction between academic and professional communities.
  • to encourage various agencies and community groups to engage with each other in areas of mutual interest.

Sections

The NSJ has two sections:

  • a refereed section for academic contributions, where research is focused on topics of national security interest; and
  • an open section for practitioners writing in their field of expertise, on topics of national security significance.

Journal Management

The NSJ is managed by the Centre for Defence and Security Studies, Massey University and is run by a Managing Editorial Board assisted by an Advisory Panel of academics and professionals.

 


 Disclaimer

Views expressed in contributions to the National Security Journal are those of the authors, they do not necessarily reflect the views of the Centre for Defence and Security Studies.  Any errors of fact are the responsibility of the authors.

ISSN (print) 2703-1926     ISSN (online) 2703-1934 

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