Palestinian Hamas masked gunmen parade with a drone on the back of a truck through the streets of a town in the southern Gaza Strip last month. Photo: AP Palestinian Hamas masked gunmen parade with a drone on the back of a truck through the streets of a town in the southern Gaza Strip last month. Photo: AP
Palestinian Hamas masked gunmen parade with a drone on the back of a truck through the streets of a town in the southern Gaza Strip last month. Photo: AP
Alessandro Arduino
Opinion

Opinion

Alessandro Arduino

Will the next Israel-Hamas conflict be remote-controlled?

  • In the recent 11-day conflict, Hamas launched several drones together with 4,000 rockets aimed at Israel
  • The playbook for future conflict will almost certainly include the launch of suicide drones aimed at swarming Israel’s anti-missile defence system

Palestinian Hamas masked gunmen parade with a drone on the back of a truck through the streets of a town in the southern Gaza Strip last month. Photo: AP Palestinian Hamas masked gunmen parade with a drone on the back of a truck through the streets of a town in the southern Gaza Strip last month. Photo: AP
Palestinian Hamas masked gunmen parade with a drone on the back of a truck through the streets of a town in the southern Gaza Strip last month. Photo: AP
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Alessandro Arduino

Alessandro Arduino

Dr Alessandro Arduino is principal research fellow at the Middle East Institute at the National University of Singapore, specialising in the roles played by private military contractors and technology in modern warfare.