Author profile: Sara K. McGuire

Sara K. McGuire is Assistant Professor of Security Studies and Associate Director for Teaching and Learning of the National Security Studies Institute at the University of Texas at El Paso.  She holds a Ph.D. in International Relations from McMaster University and an LLM in International Public and Comparative Law from the University of Exeter.  Dr. McGuire has presented papers at over 20 academic conferences and has published in the Journal of Strategic Security and in an anthology published by Dalhousie University. You can follow her at her Academia.edu page.

Offshore Interdiction Operations and the Refugee Rights of Irregular Migrants

Offshore Interdiction Operations and the Refugee Rights of Irregular Migrants

In fear that ISIL fighters might enter Europe as irregular asylum-seekers, EU policymakers are scrambling to implement new policies to prevent the arrival of these groups

NORAD’s Evolving Role in North American Homeland Defense

NORAD’s Evolving Role in North American Homeland Defense

By co-opting Santa and Superman, NORAD demonstrates to the public that American military supremacy cannot be matched, and even extends to superheroes and Santa Claus.

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