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Recent articles from The Ploughshares Monitor
The Ploughshares Monitor: Winter 2019December 9, 2019
The Ploughshares Monitor: Autumn 2019October 23, 2019
The use of drones by nonstate actorsDecember 10, 2019
In January of this year, armed drones owned by Houthis, a Yemeni rebel group, killed several Yemeni government officials. This was the first time, as far as we know, that a nonstate group had successfully deployed a drone to carry out a precision-targeted operation. In September, the Houthis, with alleged support from Iran, were suspected in the attack on the world’s largest oil-processing facility in Saudi Arabia.
Statement to the 74th Session of the General Assembly First CommitteeDecember 10, 2019
Outer space now provides vast social, scientific, and economic benefits to humanity, but the continued enjoyment of these benefits is anything but guaranteed. As the number of space users and applications has increased, so too have the threats to its long-term sustainability.
Putting controls on remote warfare to protect civiliansDecember 10, 2019
Earlier this year, Amnesty International (AI) released a report, The Hidden US War in Somalia: Civilian Casualties from Air Strikes in Lower Shabelle. According to this report, which explored five incidents, at least 14 civilians had been killed by airstrikes from both manned aircraft and unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs or drones).
A challenging nuclear disarmament landscape for 2020December 10, 2019
The next year will be critical in the attempt to achieve a world free of nuclear weapons—and the outlook is hardly promising. The global nuclear disarmament and nonproliferation regime, already at the breaking point, will certainly face various overlapping challenges. Here are some focal points that Project Ploughshares will be following closely: