Remote-control warfare is an emerging strategy that allows for conflict to be actioned at a distance. It incorporates technologies and light-footprint deployments that enable policymakers and military planners to approve actions that would unlikely be considered if using conventional means. These monthly briefings are commissioned by the Remote Control Project, a project of the Network for Social Change, hosted by Oxford Research Group.
Private military and security companies: Increasing number of mercenaries in foreign conflicts from Balkans region.
Cyber warfare: State and non-state hacker groups launch cyber attacks on Israel in response to…
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