1. Cyberspace: An assessment of current threats, real consequences and potential solutions

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    Katherine Tajer and Alberto Muti from VERTIC discuss their new report "Cyberspace: An assessment of current threats, real consequences and potential solutions". Visit our website: www.remotecontrolproject.org Read the report: http://remotecontrolproject.org/our-reports/ Follow us: @RemoteCtrl

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    • Remote Control Project: Our Research

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      The Remote Control Project examines changes in military engagement, in particular the use of drones, special forces, private military companies and cyber warfare. Watch this video to find out more about our research. Visit our website: www.remotecontrolproject.org Read our reports: http://remotecontrolproject.org/our-reports/ Follow us: @RemoteCtrl

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      • Drones in Afghanistan: A scoping study

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        The Bureau of Investigative Journalism's Alice Ross discusses their new report "Drones in Afghanistan: A scoping study", commissioned by the Remote Control Project. Visit our website: www.remotecontrolproject.org Read the report: http://bit.ly/1r8aRSQ Follow us: @RemoteCtrl

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        • Unintended consequences: Drone strikes in Pakistan

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          Dr Wali Aslam discusses his new report "Terrorist relocation and the societal consequences of US drone strikes in Pakistan", commissioned by the Remote Control Project. Visit our website: http://remotecontrolproject.org Read the report: http://bit.ly/Wgfyl9 Follow us: @RemoteCtrl

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          • HD 7-4 Paul Rogers

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            Saturday 5 April 2014 Paul Rogers Professor, Bradford University Department of Peace Studies Security by Remote Control - Can It Work? Military thinking is moving towards 'remote control'. Special Forces, armed drones, prompt global strike and a privatised military are among the means of keeping control without having tens of thousands of 'boots on the ground'. The US is leading on this but Britain has been responsible for well over 300 armed drone attacks in Afghanistan, about which there has been very little public awareness. Prof Paul Rogers is a biologist by academic origin, and Oxford Research Group's Global Security Consultant. He has worked in the field of international security, arms control and political violence for over 30 years. He lectures at universities and defence colleges in several countries and has written or edited 26 books. He writes monthly Briefings for the ORG website analysing the international security situation, and Reports for ORG on international security and the 'war on terror'. He is a frequent commentator on global security issues in both the national and international media, and writes regularly for openDemocracy.

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            • Remote Warfare

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              Fighting over what to watch on TV can sometimes lead to violence.

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              • On the Legality and Morality of Combat Drones

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                Washington doesn't like to talk about its use of military drones very much. No wonder: they just might be illegal under U.S. and international law. To say nothing of the Administration's so-called “targeted killing” program and its insistence that even US citizens are legitimate targets of warfare from afar. Paul George, director, Peninsula Peace and Justice Center, has been an activist and grassroots organizer for peace and human rights for over 45 years. In this video, Geeorge takes a look at the US drone program: Where and how often are drones being used to launch missiles? Who are the targets? And who is actually being killed by the drones? And, most importantly, should the United States be using combat drones?

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                • d'Eon "Kill a Man With a Joystick In Your Hand"

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                  "Kill a Man With a Joystick" by d'Eon is featured on 'Palinopsia' available now on Hippos In Tanks. www.hipposintanks.net http://www.myspace.com/chrispdeon

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