Published: Sept. 7, 2017

Political Science Assistant Professor Betcy Jose recently published her latest article - titled, "Not completely the new normal: How Human Rights Watch tried to suppress the targeted killing norm," in Contemporary Security Policy's special August issue on Targeted Killing and International Order. In it, Jose examines the shifting dynamics between the US and the non-governmental organization, Human Rights Watch following the US' 2011 targeted killing of Osama Bin Laden. The article garnered acclaim quickly following its publication, and has already been shortlisted for 2018's prestigious Bernard Brodie Prize - a prize awarded annually to the author of the most outstanding article published in Contemporary Security Policy in the previous year.