Westminster Round-Up Podcast | May 2019

The Remote Warfare Programme's Liam Walpole and Megan Karlshoej-Pedersen discuss the latest developments in UK defence and security policy. Read more

WarPod Ep #2 | Yemen, Drones and International Law

To discuss a recent German court case regarding drones, the Remote Warfare Programme team are joined by Fiona Nelson of ECCHR and Jennifer Gibson of Reprieve. Read more

Westminster Round-Up Podcast | April 2019

The Remote Warfare Programme's Liam Walpole and Megan Karlshoej-Pedersen discuss the latest developments in UK defence and security policy. Read more

The WarPod Ep #1: Building Partner Capacity in Africa

The Remote Warfare Programme are joined by Nic Marsh and Marie Sandnes of the Peace Research Institute Oslo to talk security assistance and building partner capacity in Africa. Read more

BISA Event Podcast: Roundtable on AI and the Future of Remote Warfare

From 28 February to 1 March, the Remote Warfare Programme held a two day conference entitled ‘Conceptualising Remote Warfare: The Past, Present and Future’. This roundtable looks at how Artificial intelligence will effect the future of remote warfare. Read more

BISA Event Podcast: Sir Hew Strachan Keynote Speech

From 28 February to 1 March, the Remote Warfare Programme held a two day conference entitled ‘Conceptualising Remote Warfare: The Past, Present and Future’. Introduced by Abigail Watson, Sir Hew Strachan delivered the event's keynote speech discussing strategy and democracy. Read more

BISA Event Podcast: The Cost and Consequences of Remote Warfare

From 28 February to 1 March, the Remote Warfare Programme held a two day conference entitled ‘Conceptualising Remote Warfare: The Past, Present and Future’. This panel discusses the cost and consequences of remote warfare. Read more

BISA Event Podcast: The Geographies of Remote Warfare

From 28 February to 1 March, the Remote Warfare Programme held a two day conference entitled ‘Conceptualising Remote Warfare: The Past, Present and Future’. This panel discusses the geographies of remote warfare. Read more

BISA Event Podcast: The Legality and Transparency of Remote Warfare

From 28 February to 1 March, the Remote Warfare Programme held a two day conference entitled ‘Conceptualising Remote Warfare: The Past, Present and Future’. This panel discusses the legality and transparency of remote warfare. Read more

BISA Event Podcast: Building Partner Capacity and Remote Warfare

From 28 February to 1 March, the Remote Warfare Programme held a two day conference entitled ‘Conceptualising Remote Warfare: The Past, Present and Future’. This panel discusses building partner capacity in remote warfare. Read more

BISA Event Podcast: The Oversight and Accountability of Remote Warfare

From 28 February to 1 March, the Remote Warfare Programme held a two day conference entitled ‘Conceptualising Remote Warfare: The Past, Present and Future’. This panel examines the oversight and accountability of remote warfare. Read more

BISA Event Podcast: Theorising Remote Warfare

From 28 February to 1 March, the Remote Warfare Programme held a two day conference entitled ‘Conceptualising Remote Warfare: The Past, Present and Future’. This panel discusses the key theoretical issues surrounding the use of remote warfare. Read more

Podcast | Learning Lessons from Partner Operations: A Conversation with Larry Lewis

The Remote Warfare Programme's Liam Walpole and Megan Karlshoej-Pedersen sit down with Dr. Larry Lewis to discuss working with strategic military partners and civilian casualties. Read more

Podcast: The Modernising Defence Programme Review In Focus

The Remote Warfare Programme team critically discuss the recently released Modernising Defence Programme review. Read more

Podcast: The 2013 Syria Vote Revisited

The Remote Warfare Programme team revisit the 2013 parliamentary vote over intervention in Syria and whether the result reflected a shift towards a pacifist parliament as some have claimed. Read more

Event Podcast: Is Remote Warfare Working?

In this podcast a distinguished panel discuss the political, legal, and military implications of remote warfare. Read more