About the Programme

The Intimacies of Remote Warfare is an evidence-based research programme that aims to inform academic, public and policy debates on the intimate realities of remote wars waged by advanced militaries.

The programme investigates the politics, operations, technologies, and political economy of remote warfare, as well as its impact on civilian harm and blowback. IRW engages with key stakeholders to participate in expert round tables, co-create knowledge, and formulate policy recommendations. It shares its findings through academic journals and books, op-eds, podcasts, documentaries, public events, a summer school, and (social) media outlets.

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