Scott N. Romaniuk & Tobias Burgers

Scott N. Romaniuk is a PhD Candidate in International Studies (University of Trento). His research focuses on asymmetric warfare, counterterrorism, international security, and the use of force. Tobias Burgers is a Doctoral Candidate at the Otto-Suhr-Institute (Free University of Berlin) where he researches the rise and use of cyber, robotic systems in security relations, and the future of military conflict.

Turkey: NATO’s Rogue Member State

A US Patriot missile system deployed in the Turkish city of Gaziantep in 2013. cc Flickr U.S. Army Europe, modified, https://creativecommons.org/publicdomain/mark/1.0/

Is it time to consider kicking Turkey out of NATO?

Canada Expanding Its Role in Global Arms Trade

800px-qamr_vehicle, public domain https://pt.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ficheiro:QAMR_vehicle.JPG

Contrary to its own history of arms control, Canada is becoming a major player in the global arms market.

Time to Reset Japan-Taiwan Security and Defense Relations

President Tsai, cc VOA, public domain

The time is right for a new beginning in Taiwan-Japan relations.

Batteries Not Included: Will Armed Drones Soon Have Perpetual-Flight Capacity?

US-Made reaper drone.

New technologies are paving the way for weaponized drones that can remain in the sky indefinitely.

US Not Suspending its Killing Program in Pakistan

GrayEagle, US Army

The lull in US drone strikes in Pakistan was just that – a brief pause, not a policy shift.

The Roots of Terrorism in Pakistan

PakistanFlag, cc Flickr Nicolas Raymond, modified, https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0/

Pakistan’s home-grown terrorism problem is increasingly beyond the control of its fragile state institutions.

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