About the Programme

The Intimacies of Remote Warfare programme aims to inform the public about the intimate realities of the remote wars waged in their names.

Remote warfare is a form of military interventionism characterised by a shift away from “boots on the ground” and towards using airstrikes, partner forces and private contractors to counter threats from a distance. This physical withdrawal should not evade scrutiny, or we risk misjudging the complex and interconnected nature of contemporary conflicts.

Here you will find our own research output and a variety of other publications and media we have been inspired by in our investigations into the Intimacies of Remote Warfare.