This general election is an opportunity for UK political parties to commit to a review of the UK’s approach to security partnerships to ensure that they are consistent with UK strategic objectives to reduce conflict and build peace abroad. Read more
Many of the most damning accusations against special forces were from their fellow soldiers and not from the external lawyers viewed with suspicion. Read more
On 26 November, the Remote Warfare Programme launched their new report on the roll-out of the UK’s Fusion Doctrine at an event held at Fyvie Hall, London. An expert panel discussed the report's findings. Read more
Ahead of the upcoming UK General Election, this briefing examines the approaches taken by each of the main political parties to tackling climate change and asks whether election campaigns can really achieve long-term policy changes on key issues. 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.
ORG's research on Fusion Doctrine in Africa summarised in infographics.
The term 'stabilization' has been frequently used by the UN. But what exactly does the term mean in the UN context and does its use denote a shift in the practice of the UN?
Katrina Lee-Koo discusses how children both struggle within and shape conflict zones.
Marwa Baabbad, ORG's Head of International Projects, joined an expert panel at The We the Peoples Film Festival. Read more
On 28 November, Abigail Watson, the Remote Warfare Programme’s Research Manager, joined a research and policy roundtable on security force assistance at the Egmont Institute in Brussels. Read more
This interdisciplinary workshop, organised by the Remote Warfare Programme and Tom Watts from Royal Holloway, University of London, aims to address some of the gaps within the debates on remote warfare. Read more