With fewer troops to gather intelligence, American forces are vulnerable to locals’ manipulation. Read more
This primer explains what military presence, relations and obligations the UK has in the “High North” region comprising the Arctic and the adjacent Northeast Atlantic Ocean between Scotland, Iceland, Greenland and Norway. Read more
This briefing updates these earlier analyses and discusses political developments in Europe, the United States and Iran. It examines the risk that markedly rising tensions in the coming months pose a significant risk of an unintended escalation to violent conflict. Read more
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
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.
Remote Warfare Programme Director Emily Knowles will discuss the political and legal implications of the use of remote warfare at an event at the University of Exeter.
Westminster’s October agendas were once again dominated by discussions on the value and impact of the UK’s relationship with Saudi Arabia.
Emily Knowles, the Remote Warfare Programme's Director, will be talking at a Peace Research Institute Oslo event in December.
Oxford Research Group and its local partner Sana’a Center for Strategic Studies recently held a workshop on building collective strategic capacity for the Yemeni governorates of Hadhramaut and Marib. Read more
ORG’s Remote Warfare Programme recently submitted evidence to the Joint Committee on the National Security Strategy’s inquiry into the Conflict, Stability and Security Fund. Read more
On 30 October, Marwa Baabbad, Oxford Research Group’s Project Manager for Yemen, joined an expert panel to provide oral evidence to the House of Commons International Development Committee. Read more
Emily Knowles, the Remote Warfare Programme's Director, will be talking at a Peace Research Institute Oslo event in December. Read more
Remote Warfare Programme Director Emily Knowles will discuss the political and legal implications of the use of remote warfare at an event at the University of Exeter. Read more