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ESCHER (Electric Series Compliant Humanoid for Emergency Response) at the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency Robotics Challenge (DRC) in Pomona, California, June 2015.

Warfare in the Information Age

Ewan Lawson and Richard Barrons
RUSI Journal, 30 November 2016
Military Sciences, Profession of Arms, United States, NATO, North America, Americas, Defence Policy, Global Security Issues, Technology, Europe
Western governments will need to adopt new military technologies – and be prepared to pay for them – in order to compete in the Information Age.

The nature of the geostrategic and military challenges facing the UK and NATO is changing in ways that necessitate a significant rethink of the approach to defence, Ewan Lawson and Richard Barrons argue. Developments in technology have the potential to redress the balance but only with new conceptual approaches and a commitment to spend appropriately.

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Ewan Lawson
Associate Fellow

Ewan Lawson was previously a Royal Air Force officer, initially as a policing and security specialist but in more recent... read more

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