Air defence systems set problematic precedents for what counts as meaningful human control
A new report by Ingvild Bode and Tom Watts published in collaboration with Drone Wars UK finds that ways of using air defence systems have incrementally diminished human control over the use of force – and how this matters for the debate on autonomous weapons.
Military Drones in Europe
Dr. Dominika Kunertova's report provides the critical insights that national governments and defense companies need in order to navigate the European military drone landscape and offers a guide to their strategic planning and investment. Observing the international proliferation of military Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV), also known as drones, the report puts together a comprehensive overview of military drones in Europe to conceptualize the diffusion of UAV technology and the competition dynamics on the European defense market.
NATO’s Futures : the Atlantic Alliance between Power and Purpose
In this new report, CWS professor Sten Rynning takes stock of NATO challenges, painting a fairly grim future of NATO stalemate and ultimately failure if NATO leaders allow the Alliance to continue to drift, but also offering hope for renewal.