Caitlin Irvine

Caitlin Irvine

Caitlin Irvine (The United Kingdom) – specialises in Security and Technology concentration of the IMSISS programme. After completing undergraduate degree at the University of Glasgow she was recommended to apply for this programme by one of the professors due to her interest in Just War Theory and Intergroup Conflict. Caitlin’s current research interests include topics on Non-proliferation, Autonomous Weapons Systems, and Social Media Intelligence.

Non-Proliferation Treaty and the UN Nuclear Weapons Ban
“On 7th July 2017, 122 nations passed the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons (TPNW) through a United Nations
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The Chinese Swarming Programme – Part Three of Three
“The People Liberation Army has recognised the potential of swarm technology to disrupt the current order; the low cost of
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Swarming Technology is Changing Drone Warfare – Part One of Three
“Swarming technology, therefore, represents a disruption in terms of the strategic status quo of warfare due to the low entry
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3D PRINTING AND NUCLEAR PROLIFERATION
The combination of innovation and digitalisation poses a threat to the Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) as the current institutional framework is
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