Breaking the cycle of violence

ORG promotes international policy-making that is inclusive, accountable, sustainable and effective.
We work to transform thinking about security, helping to break out of the cycle of conflict and violence.

Iraq Unravelling? An Interview with Emma Sky

Former advisor to the US military in Iraq, Emma Sky, discusses the challenges currently facing the country.


Author: Alasdair McKay

Call for Papers: Conceptualising Remote Warfare: The Past, Present and Future

The Remote Warfare Programme invite proposals for papers for an event on the key themes of remote warfare to be held at the University of Kent in March 2019.


Author: Alasdair McKay

Westminster Round Up | December 2018

In the 12 days of December that parliament sat, the long-awaited release of the Modernising Defence Programme could and should have been the big news. Instead it was released two days before the Christmas recess began and it was deemed underwhelming by MPs and analysts alike.


Author: Alasdair McKay

Latest news

  • Emily Knowles presents at Peace Research Institute Oslo Event

    RWP Director Emily Knowles delivered a presentation at the Litteraturhuset in Oslo aimed at improving Norwegian approaches to security force assistance. Read more

  • Abigail Watson attends NATO workshop

    Remote Warfare Programme's senior research officer, Abigail Watson, recently attended NATO's Centre of Excellence for Security Force Assistance workshop and joined the discussion, speaking to her research in this area. Read more

  • Megan Karlshoej-Pedersen in War is Boring

    Megan Karlshoej-Pedersen has recently published an article on War is Boring, discussing news stories of US trained Cameroonian forces committing human rights abuses. Read more