The Journal of International Security Affairs is a forum for new thinking
on a broad range of foreign affairs and global security issues affecting
the United States and its allies abroad. Journal essays often challenge
the conventional wisdom surrounding U.S. and international security
policy successes, failures, myths and opportunities that are found in
traditional media sources.
In addition to cutting-edge articles written by top experts in their fields,
The Albert and Ethel Herzstein Charitable Foundation underwrites “The
Herzstein Military Forum” under whose banner an article authored by
either an active duty or retired military officer appears in each issue of
The Journal of International Security Affairs.