Directed energy weapons


Science, technology and weaponisation

Innovations and developments in diverse areas of science and technology, from neurotechnology to new materials, and from information technologies to nanotechnologies, have the potential for significant and diverse impacts on human society, which bring both benefits and risks.
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New publications: Science, technology and weaponisation

November 26, 2017  
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New publications by Article 36 examine the ways in which developments in certain weapon technologies can present particular legal and policy concerns. In a series of papers released over 2018, Article 36 sets out why consideration of developments in science... Read more