Center on National Security at Fordham Law
The Center on National Security at Fordham Law (CNS) was established at Fordham University School of Law in September 2011. As a non-partisan, educational think tank, CNS is dedicated to providing thought leaders, policy makers and the public audience with the tools to better understand national security issues, with a particular focus on terrorism. Over the years, the Center has hosted a remarkably wide spectrum of opinion makers and officials and focused their joint attention on complex national security issues, leading to publications and policy recommendations. In addition to public educational programming, the Center also seeks to reach a wide public audience and contribute to an informed citizenry through its policy research.
|6 Research Reports in JSTOR||Date|
|The American Exception: Terrorism Prosecutions in the United States – The ISIS Cases||2017|
|Case by Case: ISIS Prosecutions in the United States||2016|
|ISIS Cases in the United States March 1, 2014-June 22, 2015||2015|
|U.S. Prosecutions of Jihadist Terror* Crimes, 2001-2013||2014|