This paper considers the state of play of intelligence sharing in contemporary remote warfare, and the degree to which the benefits of sharing are balanced by the mitigation of risk. Read more
Professor James Igoe Walsh sheds light on the arcane world of intelligence sharing in international politics. Read more
This briefing explores how further peaceful progress in North East Asia may depend on furthering Trump’s delusion that he is leading and winning with Pyongyang. Read more
The killing of 40 children in Yemen by the Saudi Royal Airforce in August 2018 demonstrated the risks that current UK policy towards Saudi Arabia has on the government’s ‘Global Britain’ agenda. Read more
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.
This report assesses the costs and benefits to the UK of its defence and security relationship with Saudi Arabia, as well as the extent to which the UK is able to exert leverage and influence over Saudi Arabian foreign policy.
Little time was spent in parliament in September, as the parties picked up and moved out for their annual conferences.
Defence appeared a leading issue in the fringes at both the Labour and Conservative Party conferences, although much of the media coverage surrounding the two conferences focused on more parochial issues.
Megan Karlshoej-Pedersen, Remote Warfare Programme's Research and Policy Intern, has published an article on Defense One. Read more
On 8 October 2018, Remote Warfare Programme's Director Emily Knowles will discuss the recent report as part of War Talks series. Read more
The Remote Warfare Programme's Abigail Watson joined a panel at a PS21 event to discuss where the next major crisis threatening humanity might come from. Read more