• After the Fall: Views from the ground of international military intervention in post-Gadhafi Libya

    After the Fall: Views from the ground of international military intervention in post-Gadhafi Libya

    This report by Libya specialist Alison Pargeter elicits Libyan views on international operations in Libya and analyses the possible effects of such operations on Libya’s longer-term stability. Through interviews with a diverse section of Libyan society, the research paints a detailed picture of how international intervention, both covert and overt, is perceived by Libyans

  • In Afghanistan, more is not the answer

    In Afghanistan, more is not the answer

    This briefing by Emily Knowles is based on off-the-record military interviews with both international and local Afghan troops between February and March 2017.

  • All Quiet On The ISIS Front : British Secret Warfare In The Information Age

    All Quiet On The ISIS Front : British Secret Warfare In The Information Age

    Remote Control’s latest report tracks the UK’s secretive but growing military commitments abroad by analysing the rise in the use of drones for targeted killing, the use of Special Forces, and the provision of capabilities such as intelligence and embedded troops to allied forces.

  • The US Continues to “Trump” The UK on Special Forces Transparency

    The US Continues to “Trump” The UK on Special Forces Transparency

    This article discusses the special operations counter-terrorism raid in Yemen on the 29th of January in Yemen.