Novel Threats: National Security and the Coronavirus Pandemic is a series of conversations featuring insights by the fellows and affiliates and leadership of the Reiss Center on Law and Security at NYU School of Law. Our experts serve as guides to a moment in which a massive public health threat, anticipated by so many for so long, nonetheless has created a challenge of unprecedented proportions and impact on both our domestic and international policy.
Throughout this series we will explore the impact of the pandemic on national security law and policy: from the design of our national security bureaucracy to the future of international conflict and cooperation to the role of cybersecurity and tech, and more. We hope that these insights offer resources for readers as they consider the wide-ranging implications of this new environment.
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