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Peer-review Articles

'Inadvertent Escalation in the Age of Intelligent Machines: A new model for nuclear risk in the digital age'

European Journal of International Security, Vol. 7 Issue 3 (2022): 337-359

'Delegating Strategic Decisions to Machines: Dr Strangelove redux?'

Journal of Strategic Studies, Vol. 45, Issue 1 (2020): 439-477

'Artificial Intelligence in Future Hyper-Warfare: A perfect storm of instability?'

The Washington Quarterly, Vol. 43, Issue 2 (Summer, 2020): 197-211

'Artificial Intelligence: A threat to strategic stability'

Strategic Studies Quarterly, Vol. 14, Issue 1 (2020): 16-29

'AI, Drone Swarming, & Escalation Risks in Future Warfare'

RUSI Journal, Vol. 165, Issue 2 (2020): 26-36

'Artificial Intelligence & Future Warfare: Implications for international security'

Defense & Security Analysis, Vol. 35, Issue 2 (2019): 147-169

Book Chapters

'Artificial Intelligence and Nuclear Risk,' in Nick Ritchie and Mikhail Kupriyanov (eds)

Understanding the Humanitarian Consequences and Risks of Nuclear Weapons: New Findings from Recent Scholarship Federal Ministry for European and International Affairs Department for Disarmament, 2023

'US Artificial Intelligence & Emerging Security Technologies Policy in the Indo-Pacific,' in Oliver Turner, Nicola Nymalm, and Wali Aslam (eds)

Routledge Handbook of US Policy in the Indo-Pacific (Routledge, 2023)

'Does the United States Face a Multipolar Future? Washington's Response Through the Lens of Technology,' in Benjamin Zala (eds)

National Perspectives on a Multipolar Order (Manchester University Press, 2021)

'Emerging Technologies and Chinese Challenges to US Innovation Leadership,' in Reuben Steff, Simone Soare, and Joe Burton (eds) 

Emerging Technologies and International Security Machines, the State and War (Routledge, 2020)

'The Impact of Artificial Intelligence on Strategic Stability, Escalation, & Nuclear Security,' in Sam Dudin and Chelsey Wiley (eds)

The 2019 UK PONI Papers (Royal United Services Institute, 2019)

'China’s Nuclear Modernisation: The Evolution of Chinese Nuclear Doctrine, Strategic Ambiguities, and Implications for Sino-US Relations,' in M Kouhi-Esfahani (eds)

Nuclear politics in Asia (Routledge, 2018) co-authored with Andrew Futter

Non-Peer Review Publications & Reports

'Proceed with Caution: Artificial Intelligence in Weapon Systems'

AI in Weapon Systems Committee, UK House of Lords, December 2023

'The Challenges of AI Command and Control'

European Leadership Network, April 2023

'Automating the OODA Loop in the Age of AI'

CSIS Policy on Nuclear Issues Network, July 2022

'Escalation to Nuclear War in the Digital Age'

Modern War Institute, October 2021

'Artificial Intelligence in Warfare: A Threat to Strategic Stability?'

Institute for International Conflict Resolution and Reconstruction (IICRR), Dublin City University, November 2020

'AI, Cyberspace, and Nuclear Weapons'

War on the Rocks, January 2020

'Is China Moving Towards a Nuclear ‘War-Fighting’ Posture?'

The Institute of Asia & Pacific Studies, University of Nottingham, June 2017

'Nuclear No First Use and President Obama’s Legacy'

Think Leicester, August 2016 - with Andrew Futter

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