VI. The Security Impact of Drones:
Challenges and Opportunities for the UK

Feature image 1Policy Commission on the security impact of drones

The sixth University of Birmingham Policy Commission is exploring the implications of warfare becoming increasingly remote in the 21st Century. It examines the challenges and opportunities that drone technology – both commercial and military – poses for current and successive UK governments.

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Related Activity  

Related work at the University of Birmingham:

Institute for Conflict, Cooperation and Security (ICCS)

UAVs Project:
The Political Effects of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles on Conflict and Cooperation Within and Between States

Birmingham Perspective:                  How does drone warfare change the debate?

The Conversation:                            Prepare for more drones, and less all-out war

Birmingham Policy Commissions
Find out more about the five other Policy Commissions

Read the Birmingham Brief:
'The security impact of drones: challenges and opportunities for the UK' written by the Commission Academic Lead: Professor Nicholas J Wheeler.

Announcing the launch of the Commission: Professional Security Magazine Online.

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