Center on National Security at Fordham Law
(2011; New York; 16 fellows; centeronnationalsecurity.org)
A non-partisan, educational research center at Fordham University School of Law that is providing tools to better understand national security issues, with a special focus on terrorism. Has hosted >80 public events on topics such as drones and targeted killings, surveillance law and policy, the evolving military, cyber security, international terrorism, US-Middle East policy, and conflicts between the executive branch, the courts, and Congress.
- The Soufan Group Morning Brief, a daily newsletter that covers the most important national security, terrorism, and foreign policy stories of the day.
- Periodic Fact Sheets from the Terrorism Trials Database.
- By the Numbers: ISIS Cases in the United States (June 2015), A comprehensive report on alleged ISIS supporters and their motivations.
- Case by Case: ISIS Prosecutions in the United States (July 2016) – In collaboration with The New York Times, updating its prior examination and providing new avenues of research and analysis.
- The Stroz Friedberg Cyber Brief, a weekly roundup of cyber news, highlights developments in cybersecurity law and policy.
Leadership: Karen J. Greenberg (Director)
Note: Greenberg is author of Rogue Justice: The Making of the Security State (2017). The center’s 16 fellows include John Brennan, director of the CIA under Barack Obama (2013-2017).