Global Security Review is the flagship journal of JGI. This journal seeks to publish pieces by leading academics, policy analysts, and practitioners on important security issues in the twenty-first century. Each issue deals with a particular topic related to global security. The articles seek to be innovative and bridge the academic policy divide.
The first issue has contributions by leading scholars such as Dr. Robert Jervis of Columbia University and Dr. Bruce Bagley of the University of Miami, among others. The inaugural issue addresses important security issues such as cybersecurity, energy security, environmental security, drug trafficking and organized crime, and terrorism.
This second edition analyzes the changing political, cultural, and technological environments of the Twenty-First Century. Articles were provided by preeminent scholars such as Hal Brands, Ryan Berg, Margaret Myers, Vladimir Rouvinski, Betilde Muñoz-Pogossian, Diego Chaves-González, Louise Marie Hurel, Marcus Boyd and Samuel Henkin. They address issues including the ongoing strategic competition in the Western Hemisphere, China’s COVID-19 diplomacy in Latin America, Russian objectives in controlling the narrative through the media, the effect of natural disasters on migration, regional outlooks on cyber operations and norms, and the broadening scope of transnational organized crime networks.