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The rise of China and its impact on the caribbean's geostrategic relationship with the US
Nuclear Programme: Denuclearisation not a policy option?
And its potential impact on the caribbean going forward
In an uncertain world
The Caribbean Journal of Strategic Security Studies (CJSSS) is a Caribbean-based, globally focused, enduring and transparent forum for the
At the crossroads of the Western Hemisphere, the Caribbean Basin assumes a degree of importance far beyond the size of the countries and economies in the region.
The Jamaica Defence Force continues to strengthen its ability to undertake long-range strategic assessments, identify possible future
Authors are invited to prepare articles specifically for the upcoming issue of the journal. Alternatively, submissions may comprise academic papers that were previously completed (provided they are not published papers/articles).
Papers that were previously presented at an academic conference or other fora, may also be submitted, provided they have not been published/submitted for publication to another Journal.
Submissions and queries may be directed to Lieutenant Commander Judy-Ann Neil at Headquarters, JDF email@example.com. In the event of any challenge the alternative email is firstname.lastname@example.org. Emails are to be titled "CJSSS Volume 3."
The theme: Resilience: Preserving History and Building Capacity
Papers may seek to deal with challenges in the realms of, inter alia:
a. Resurgent Nationalism
b. Nuclear Proliferation
c. Hybrid Warfare
d. Terrorism and Social Media
e. Climate Resilience
f. Community Policing
g. Energy Security
h. Food Security
i. Economic Security
j. The Rise of Pandemics
k. Humanitarian Assistance and Disaster Relief
l. The Future Force