National Security Law Resources on the Internet
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This link provides information on hundreds of national security-related organizations, and provides copies of prior issues of National Security Law Report. This website is maintained by the National Security Forum, an organization located at Catholic University.
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Operation Iraqi Freedom
This blog is purported to be from an in theatre sailor.
Iraq war sites from a variety of newspapers and news channel
The White House's Iraq: Denial and Deception
The Pentagon's News Photos
Think Tank Iraq war Sites
The Council on Foreign Relations' Iraq Resource Center
U.S. Government Sponsored Sites
Reports, bills, committee publications, press releases and hearing schedules of the U.S. House of Representatives' National Security Committee
Reports, bills and hearing transcripts of the Senate Armed Services Committee
The U.S. Army's Office of Foreign Military Studies. One of the best National Security sites on the Web
The CCC brings together national security and regional studies experts from academia, government, and the military to assess current and emerging security challenges such as international terrorism, weapons of mass destruction, and regional conflict. The web site features full-text original analysis of contemporary international security issues, highlighted by its "Strategic Insights" series. The site also features conference reports, M.A. theses by officers and officials completing advanced degrees at the Naval Postgraduate School, and an extensive set of links to related web sites
The U.S. specialists in communications and signals intelligence
Department of Defense intelligence analysis
Formerly the National Imagery and Mapping Agency and the Defense Mapping Agency
Run by the CIA, the center supports the analysis of the intelligence process; this site releases unclassified studies of intelligence issues
The military's leading institution of postgraduate education
The primary research institute of the U.S. Army War College.
U.S. Army Forces Command
The 38th Infantry Division
The home page for Homeland Security. A related site is Ready.govrecommending personal preparations.
Papers and Research
The U.S. strategy for nonproliferation of WMD. The Department of Defense issued a strategy report update in
The DOD doctrine for MOUT activities using combined services
Sponsored by the CIA, this is an attempt at long-term trend prediction for primary change vectors
Also known as the Hart-Rudman Commission, this is a Blue Ribbon Panel designed to provide research and guidance on national security issues for the future
The unclassifed summary of the Congressionally appointed committee's determination that we are vulnerable to being attacked by ballistic missles with little or no warning
Highly comprehensive DOD site
Canadian Army Lessons Learned Centre postings of after action analyses
Full-text RAND documents available for download. The site contains a mix of national security and domestic issues documents. Some are in HTML format and some are in PDF format.
Foreign policy and national security papers by the CATO Institute
Sponsored by Johns Hopkins University, this is an informative site on biological weapons
An information clearinghouse on national security established by the Foreign Policy and Defense Studies Department of the The Heritage Foundation
The RAND organization is considered one of the leading think-tanks on strategic policy. Their strength and their weakness is that the concentrate on mathematical analysis of social phenonema.
Strongly focused on the problems of arms proliferation from Russia. Russian fellows of the program provide Russian perspectives of the situation. Sponsored by the University of Georgia
This Center assists Central European nations in developing national security institutions that remain compatible with democratic government
An exclusive club concerned with foreign policy issues
Part of the University of Calgary's Strategic Studies Program
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory's research center focused on the effects of the dissemination and use of weapons of mass destruction. The site is in an early stage of construction.
News, Magazines and Links
The Home Page of the best commercial publisher of military information.
Extensive links to intelligence related subjects
The U.S. government's site on the Chemical Weapons Convention.
Numerous reports and publications from this defense-oriented lobby
Extensive variety of defined and evaluated links. Organized by topic, subject, region and current issues
A lobbying group for defense contractors
Aids oriented towards issues of maritime intelligence
Organized with strong contacts to the Naval Postgraduate School, this organization concerns itself with all aspects of mine warfare issues
A memorial and information site on Desert Storm
Web outpost of the Israeli Foreign Ministry
A Facebook page on this live action rpg which is only available at particular conventions.