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Law and the Future of War

The face of war is changing. Contemporary and potential future conflicts involve new domains of warfare, irregular actors, novel capabilities and new tactics.

Advances in technology drive or facilitate much of this evolution in warfare. Law and the Future of War Research Group investigates the diverse ways in which law constrains, enables or ignores technological change in the context of national and global security. We focus particularly on the legal challenges posed by autonomous functions of military platforms, systems and weapons.

New Frontiers of Research Episode 2: Law and Future of War from UQ Law on Youtube.

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