Call for Papers:
The National Security Issue of the William Mitchell Law Review is seeking articles or essays on any topic related to national security law and/or policy. In addition, they are inviting contributors to respond to five questions in short essay format (between 2,000 and 4,000 words, with no specific footnote requirement):
- Ten years after 9/11, what is the most significant legacy left by the terrorist attacks? Are we safer?
- What impact will the “Arab Spring” have on American national security
- What lessons can be learned from the Obama Administration’s handling of the Ahmed Warsame case?
- Of all the threats to national security, which type is the US least prepared to handle? Where is the US most vulnerable to attack?
- What factors will help determine whether al Qaeda has been defeated?
Submissions are due December 1, 2011.