The National Security Journal (NSJ) is an open access journal that aims 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.
Volume 2, Issue 2 – 2020
Reframing New Zealand’s Biosecurity Conversation Post-Covid-19: An Argument for Integrating Interspecies Concerns
McDonald, D. A.
Keywords: Biosecurity, COVID-19, Human Health, National Security, New Zealand.
Volume 2, Issue 1 – 2020
Editorial – Volume 2, Issue 1, 2020
By Rouben Azizian, Editor-in-Chief & John Battersby, Managing Editor
In Search of a Legal Solution to the Weaponisation of Space: A Russian Perspective
Zvedre, Y. K.
Keywords: Weaponisation of Space, Principles and Norms Governing Peaceful Exploration of Outer Space, Anti-satellite Weapon Systems, Further Development of International Space Law, Initiatives to Prevent Deployment of Attack Weapons in Space, Space Security.
New Zealand’s Counter-terrorism Strategy: A Critical Assessment
Battersby, J., Ball, R., & Nelson, N.
Keywords: New Zealand, Counter-terrorism, Violent Extremism, Countering Terrorism and Violent Extremism National Strategy, Political Violence, Stolberg, Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet, Terrorism
Maintaining Social Licence for Government Use of False Social Media Personas
Cleaver, O. & Nicklin, G.
Keywords: SOCMINT, Social Media Policy, Facebook, False Personas, Social Licence, Privacy, Public Expectations, Trust and Confidence, Security, Intelligence
The Inconsistent Usage of the Terms “Extremism” and “Terrorism” Around the Christchurch Mosque Attacks
Vandenberg, H. & Hoverd, W.
Keywords: Christchurch Terror Attack, National Security, Extremism, Terrorism, New Zealand, Jacinda Ardern, Counter Terrorism, Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet, New Zealand Security Intelligence Service, New Zealand Police and the Government Communication Security Bureau
Outlaw Bikers and Patched Street Gangs: The Nexus Between Violence and Shadow Economy
Keywords: Outlaw Bikers, Patched Street Gangs, Shadow Economics, Violence, Aotearoa New Zealand
Why This Time is Different: The North Korea Crisis and New Zealand’s Interests
Keywords: New Zealand, North Korea, Northeast Asia, Trump Administration, Balance of Power, Nuclear Proliferation, Rapprochement
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ISSN (print) 2703-1926 ISSN (online) 2703-1934