Strongmen cannot provide stability in the long-term, the sooner we learn this the sooner we stop perpetuating instability and violence in the places we intervene. Read more
The Remote Warfare Programme's Liam Walpole and Megan Karlshoej-Pedersen discuss the latest developments in UK defence and security policy. Read more
In this episode, the Remote Warfare Programme are joined by Rory Cormac and Andrew Mumford of the University of Nottingham to discuss their new project on collusion. Read more
The posture of the British Armed Forces in and around the Persian Gulf mean that it would be very difficult for the United Kingdom, or its key ally Oman, to remain neutral in any military escalation of the conflict between Iran and the United States. Read more
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This briefing explores the strategic consequences of remote warfare for Protection of Civilians (POC) and outlines practical lessons the British armed forces can draw from contemporary theatres to improve its capacity for POC in partnered operations.
This primer describes the new UK-led Joint Expeditionary Force (JEF), situating it in the context of other European rapid reaction forces and the UK and NATO’s expanded military presence in the Baltic Sea region.
On 15 June 2019, the Remote Warfare Programme’s Abigail Watson and Liam Walpole presented at a conference hosted by the National Army Museum. Read more
Abigail Watson, Senior Research Officer at the Remote Warfare Programme, recently presented at the British International Studies Association (BISA) Annual Conference. Read more
On 15 June 2019, the Remote Warfare Programme’s Abigail Watson and Liam Walpole will present at an event hosted by the National Army Museum Read more