Georgetown Security Studies Review (GSSR)
The Georgetown Security Studies Review (GSSR) is the official academic review of Georgetown University’s Center for Security Studies. Its mission is to contribute to security policy debates by exposing both specialists and general interest readers to a wide array of perspectives on both current and historical international affairs issues. In addition to full-length peer-reviewed articles, issues of GSSR feature literature reviews, letters to the editors, and op-ed pieces.
SSP students are encouraged to either contribute to the peer-edited journal or write for the GSSR Forum, an online-only component of GSSR which hopes to contribute to ongoing debates about U.S. foreign policy, national security, and international security.
Fall 2019 Editorial Board
- Editor-in-Chief: Sam Seitz
Samuel Seitz is an M.A. candidate in the Security Studies Program, concentrating in international security. Sam has worked with the MoD on defense coordination between the United Kingdom and United States and has conducted research on the EU’s PESCO Initiative. His current research interests include transatlantic relations, particularly as they relate to military and intelligence coordination, European integration, German foreign policy, and the political economy of the Eurozone. Sam earned his B.S.F.S. from Georgetown University’s Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service in international politics and European studies.
- Associate Editor for Europe: Daniel Cebul
- Associate Editor for the Military: Kelley Shaw
- Associate Editor for South and Central Asia: Timothy Cook
- Associate Editor for Technology & Cyber Security: Max Freeman