4th Annual Conference on Peace and Security
Saturday, February 23, 2008
Maxwell School at Syracuse University,
New York, USA
The Student Association on Terrorism and Security Analysis (SATSA)
The Student Association on Terrorism and Security Analysis (SATSA), currently housed at Syracuse University, is the first international, interdisciplinary graduate student association dedicated to the critical analysis of terrorism, counterterrorism policy, and related national and international security issues.
The Changing Face of International and National Security
We invite papers from all academic disciplines, such as international relations, public administration, anthropology, law, political science, history, sociology, business management, peace studies, economics, conflict studies, geography, and communications. Each paper will be presented in one of four panels, concerned broadly with 1) Past perceptions of National Security: the role of Government in protecting its citizens, 2) Security through legal means: laws and precedents, 3) International Security Crisis Analysis and Management, and 4) the ongoing search for security. SATSA and the Moynihan Institute of Global Affairs at the Maxwell School will publish selected articles using a peer blind review process, either online or in print, papers presented at the conference.
Send only rough drafts or completed papers, no abstracts. Paper length should be between 3,000-5000 words. Please send all documents as attachments (MS Word 2000 or higher, or Rich-Text), and include a cover sheet listing contact info (name, address, email, and telephone number), as well as institutional affiliation, field of study, and paper title.
Student Association on Terrorism and Security Analysis (SATSA)
Syracuse, NY 13244-1030
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