Official podcast of Oxford Research Group's Remote Warfare Programme.
WarPod Ep #20 | Incorporating the Protection of Civilians into UK Policy
Megan Karlshoej-Pedersen is joined by Ewan Lawson, an ORG Fellow, and Save the Children's Amanda Brydon to discuss the importance of incorporating a strong focus of the protection of civilians into UK policy and how this may factor in the forthcoming Integrated Review.
Forging a New Path: Prioritising the Protection of Civilians in the UK’s Response to Conflict
Questions for the Integrated Review #3: How Should the UK Measure Success?
Questions for the Integrated Review #2: How to Engage: Deep and Narrow or Wide and Shallow?
Questions for the Integrated Review: #1 How Do We Define Security?
The UK Strategy on Protection of Civilians: Insights for the Review Process
Music by BenSound
Image credit: UNMISS.
WarPod Ep #19 | Partner Operations and the Importance of Legitimacy
Hijab Shah of CSIS and Dorith Kool from HCSS join the Remote Warfare Programme team to discuss partner legitimacy, security force assistance and security sector reform.
Music by BENSOUND.
WarPod Ep #18 | The UN and the Rise of Counter-Terrorism”
Saferworld's Ali Altiok and Jordan Street join the podcast to discuss emergence of the four pillar of the United Nations - counter-terrorism.
Music by BenSound.
Image credit: UN Photo.
WarPod Ep #17 | Remote Warfare and Private Military and Security Contractors
In this episode Christopher Kinsey and Helene Olsen from Kings College London join the podcast to discuss private military and security contractors and their role in remote warfare
Music by BenSound.
WarPod Ep #16 | The Remote Warfare Paradox
In this episode we’ll be joined by Jolle Demmers and Lauren Gould from the Utrecht University to discuss the use of remote warfare by democratic states and the problems yielded by this practice.
Event Webinar: Sustainable Security Index Launch
ORG recently launched its Sustainable Security Index. The Index measures 155 states’ impact on global insecurity. The Index report makes the case for why states need to rethink their approaches to security. This means moving beyond narrow understandings of the concept and towards an integrated approach that addresses broader threats to human security, such as climate change, poor governance, pandemics and inequality.
On 9 June ORG hosted a webinar where an expert panel, including Dr Rachel Kleinfeld, Delina Goxho and Dr Oliver Scanlan, discussed the report’s key themes and findings.
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Poor excuse of a podcast
The intellectual dishonesty of this programme is so glaring.
Mary Harper is so discredited as a journalist in Africa yet they invite her on.
Have they not done their research at all???