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Free eJournals for Intelligence Analysis

  • Homeland Security Affairs
    From the website: "Homeland Security Affairs is the peer-reviewed online journal of the Naval Postgraduate School Center for Homeland Defense and Security (CHDS), providing a forum to propose and debate strategies, policies, and organizational arrangements to strengthen U.S. homeland security. The instructors, participants, alumni, and partners of CHDS represent the leading subject matter experts and practitioners in the field of homeland security. "
  • Homeland Security Today
    Includes daily news and analysis on a plethora of topics. Be sure to register for this IA magazine.
  • Journal of Homeland Security Law and Policy
    They consider themselves "The world's only peer reviewed journal devoted exclusively to national security law and policy.
  • NIJ National Institute of Justice Journal
    From the website: "The Journal features short articles written especially to help policymakers and practitioners keep abreast of hot topics and do their jobs better."
  • Perspectives on Terrorism
    From the website: Perspectives on Terrorism is a journal of the Terrorism Research Initiative and the Center for Terrorism and Security Studies. It is free, full text, and peer reviewed.
  • United States Attorneys’ Bulletins
    From the website: "The United States Attorneys’ Bulletin is published six times a year by the Executive Office of United States Attorneys. Each issue focuses on a legal or technical topic of interest to attorneys in the United States Department of Justice."
  • CIA Studies in Intelligence
    From the website: "All statements of fact, opinion, or analysis expressed in Studies in Intelligence and CSI Publications are those of the Authors. They do not necessarily reflect official positions or views of the Central Intelligence Agency or any other US government entity, past or present."

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