Branka Marijan (Ph.D.) is a program officer at Project Ploughshares, where she leads the research on the military and security implications of emerging technologies. Her work examines ethical concerns regarding the development of autonomous weapons systems and the impact of artificial intelligence and robotics on security provision and trends in warfare. She holds a PhD from the Balsillie School of International Affairs with a specialization in conflict and security. She has conducted research on post-conflict societies and published academic articles and reports on the impacts of conflict on civilians and diverse issues of security governance, including security sector reform.
News & Announcements
- A Reflection on David Crane’s talk, “Justice as a Solution to War: Facing down Terrorists, Warlords and Thugs”
- A Reflection on “Local Alignments, Global Upheavals,” the joint PACS-Can/PJSA conference
- PACS-Can now a partner organization of the Global Partnership for the Prevention of Armed Conflict (GPPAC)