Jolle Demmers and Lauren Gould delivered a talk on “The Remote Warfare Paradox at the Conflict Research Society’s 2019 conference “Conflict Research and Practice in a Post-Liberal World.”
‘Prototype warfare’: Innovation, optimisation, and the experimental way of warfare
In her latest article ‘”Prototype warfare”: Innovation, optimisation, and the experimental way of warfare” that appeared in the European Journal of International Security earlier this month, dr. Marijn Hoijtink sets out to map the contours of a new regime of warfare.
Armed drones are not some kind of superweapon
While the war in Ukraine rages on, the Dutch state seems to be laying the political foundations for the armament of its military drones. In an op-ed in Het Parool, IRW’s Lauren Gould and Jip van Dort reflect on the shortcomings of this political process.
How Remote is Remote Warfare?
What does it mean for warfare to be ‘remote’? How can the turn to remote warfare among Western countries be explained? And what effect does this distance have on transparency and accountability? On the 1st of December, The Intimacies of Remote Warfare project leader Prof. Dr. Jolle Demmers will be tackling the big questions surrounding
Remote Warfare: Remote Justice?
An assemblage approach is taken to understand how and why the members of European Forum on Drones act in dynamic alliances of states, institutions, organisations, groups, expert individuals, discourses, treaties, laws and regulations to govern the use of armed drones