Publications

Books:

  • (2018) Krishnan, Armin. Why Paramilitary Operations Fail, Cham, Switzerland: Palgrave Macmillan, ISBN: 978-3-319-71630-5.
  • (2016) Krishnan, Armin. Military Neuroscience and Neurowarfare, New York: Routledge, ISBN: 978-1-4724-7391-2.
  • (2012) Gezielte Tötung: Die Zukunft des Krieges [Targeted Killing: The Future of War], Berlin: Matthes & Seitz Berlin Verlag, ISBN: 3882215682.
  • (2009) Killer Robots: The Legality and Ethicality of Autonomous Weapons, Farnham, Surrey: Ashgate, ISBN: 9780754677260.
  • (2008) War as Business: Technological Change and Military Services Contracting, Farnham, Surrey: Ashgate, ISBN: 0754671674.

Articles:

  • (2020) Krishnan, Armin. “Blockchain Empowers Social Resistance and Terrorism Through Decentralized Autonomous Organizations.” Journal of Strategic Security 13 (1): 41-58.
  • (2019) Krishnan, Armin. “The Neglected Dimension of Ideology in Russia’s Political Warfare Against the West.” Global Security & Intelligence Studies 4 (2): 25-46.
  • (2019) Krishnan, Armin. “Controlling Partners and Proxies in Pro-Insurgency Paramilitary Operations: The Case of Syria.” Intelligence and National Security 34 (4): 544-560.
  • (2018) Krishnan, Armin. Why Paramilitary Operations Fail, Cham, Switzerland: Palgrave Macmillan, ISBN: 978-3-319-71630-5.
  • (2016) Krishnan, Armin. Military Neuroscience and Neurowarfare, New York: Routledge, ISBN: 978-1-4724-7391-2.
  • (2016) Krishnan, Armin. “The Attack on the Brain: Neurowars and Neurowarfare,” Space and Defense 9 (1).
  • (2015) Krishnan, Armin. “Enhanced Warfighters as Private Military Contractors,” in: Jai Galliott (ed.), Super Soldiers: The Ethical, Legal, and Social Implications, Farnham, UK: Ashgate.
  • (2015) Krishnan, Armin. “Seizing the High Ground: The Dubious Utility of Space Weapons,” in: Jai Galliott (ed.), Commercial Space Exploration: Ethics, Policy, and Governance, Farnham, UK: Ashgate.
  • (2015) Krishnan, Armin. “Mass Surveillance, Drones, and Unconventional Warfare,” Behemoth: A Journal of Civilisation 8 (2): 12-33.
  • (2015) Krishnan, Armin. “Promoting Democracy Through Covert Action? New Cyber Tools for Intervention,” Journal for Intelligence, Propaganda and Security Studies 9 (1): 106-120.
  • (2013) Krishnan, Armin. “Teaching About ‘Area 51’? How to Cover Secret Government Technology and Capabilities in Intelligence Studies Courses,” Journal of Strategic Security 6:5, pp. 187-196.
  • (2013) Krishnan, Armin. “Targeting Individuals: Overcoming the Dilemmas of Secrecy,” (2013) “Dead on Target? The Strategic Dead End of Targeted Killing as a Way of War,” in: Michael Aaronson and Adrian Johnson, Hitting the Target? How New Capabilities Are Shaping International Intervention, Whitehall Report 2-13 (RUSI), pp. 89-96.
  • (2011) Krishnan, Armin. “U.S. Intelligence Outsourcing and Its Future,” Brown Journal in World Affairs 18 (1): 195-211.
  • (2011) Krishnan, Armin. “UVs, Network-centric Operations, and the Challenge for Arms Control,” Journal of Law, Information & Science Special Edition on Unmanned Vehicles, 61-73.
  • (2009) Krishnan, Armin. Killer Robots: The Legality and Ethicality of Autonomous Weapons, Farnham, Surrey: Ashgate, ISBN: 9780754677260.
  • (2009) Krishnan, Armin. “Five Strategies for Practising Interdisciplinarity,” National Centre for Research Methods Working Paper published online.
  • (2009) Krishnan, Armin. “What Are Academic Disciplines? Some Observations on the Disciplinarity vs. Interdisciplinarity Debate,” National Centre for Research Methods Working Paper published online.
  • (2009) Krishnan, Armin. “Automating War: The Need for Regulation,” Contemporary Security Policy 30 (1): 172-193.
  • (2008) Krishnan, Armin. War as Business: Technological Change and Military Services Contracting, Farnham, Surrey: Ashgate, ISBN: 0754671674.
  • (2005) Krishnan, Armin. “The Future of the Military Profession: The Impact of Privatisation and Technology on the Identity of the Armed Forces,” University of Salford ESRI Working Papers, ISBN: 1902496442.

Other:

  • (2013) “Response to Fred D’Agostino’s ‘Disciplinarity and the Growth of Knowledge,’” Social Epistemology Review and Reply Collective 2 (2): 19-23.
  • (2013) “Autonomous Weapons Systems and the Future of War,” e-International Relations (27 May), published online: http://www.e-ir.info/2013/05/27/autonomous-weapons-systems-and-the-future-of-war/.
  • (2013) “Robots, Soldiers & Cyborgs: The Future of Warfare,” Footnote1 (24 October), http://footnote1.com/robots-soldiers-cyborgs-the-future-of-warfare/.
  • (2010) “Ethical and Legal Challenges,” in: G. Dabringer (ed.), Ethical and Legal Aspects of Unmanned Systems Interviews, Vienna: Institut für Religion und Frieden, ISBN: 9783902761040.
  • (2006) Perspectives on Conflict, edited by Caroline Baker, Edward Granter, Rebecca Guy, Katherine Harrison, Armin Krishnan and Joseph Maslen, ISBN: 1905732082.
  • (2005) “ ‘Intelligence’ für das nächste Jahrhundert: Zukunftsperspektiven für Geheimdienste [Intelligence for the Next Century: Future Perspectives for Intelligence Services],“ in: P. Todd & J. Bloch, Globale Spionage: Geheimdienste und ihre Rolle im 21. Jahrhundert, ISBN: 3882218509.
  • (2006) Perspectives on Conflict, edited by Caroline Baker, Edward Granter, Rebecca Guy, Katherine Harrison, Armin Krishnan and Joseph Maslen, ISBN: 1905732082.

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