Open Briefing has published the first in a new series of remote-control warfare monthly briefings commissioned by the Remote Control Project. Each month, the analysts in our unique intelligence unit will monitor developments in five key areas of remote-control warfare and assess their wider implications.
The first in a new series of remote-control warfare monthly briefings. US special forces deployed to Uganda to assist in tracking down the LRA, Kiev accused of hiring US private military company to suppress pro-Russian dissent, new Israeli intelligence-gathering and surveillance system demonstrated during Brazilian carnival, and more.
Open Briefing: The increasing relevance of private military and security companies is related to the progressive privatisation of war in all of its new expressions. Open Briefing recently carried out a scoping exercise on behalf of the Remote Control Project on the issue.