The global conflict paradigm shift of the advent of autonomous loitering munitions

by Luke Hally The utilisation of loitering munitions has become an ever foreboding element to the application of contemporary conventional conflicts. The pertinency of its assessment is called into question in their application and end-use in the field of warfare, being an innovative and ever recent technology. The ethical usage and implication within the means of war have yet to be scrutinised to the full degree of pragmatic conventional policy-making, as with the application and regulation of cluster munitions. Beyond the policy aspects of global consensus on their usage remains…

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