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Zoe Stanley-Lockman is an Associate Research Fellow in the Military Transformations Programme at the Institute of Defence and Strategic Studies at the S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies in Singapore. Her research interests are in the areas of defence innovation, security-related emerging technologies, defence industries, and military capability development. Previously she worked as a defence analyst at the European Union Institute for Security Studies in Paris and Brussels. She holds a Master’s degree from Sciences Po Paris and a Bachelor’s degree from Johns Hopkins University. Throughout her studies, her practical experience included working on dual-use export controls with the U.S. government and consulting for U.S. government systems integrators. She has been listed #3 on Foreign Policy magazine’s list of female national security specialists to follow on Twitter. In addition to completing studies commissioned by government stakeholders, her work has been published by The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, Carnegie Middle East Center, The Diplomat, and think tanks in Europe and Asia.
Areas of Expertise
- Defence innovation
- Artificial intelligence and machine learning
- Emerging technologies
- Arms trade
- Defence industries
Enhancing Operational and Cost-Effectiveness: Utility of “Green” Defence to Small Nation-states
14 March, 2018
AI and Technology Convergence: Catalyst or Irritant of Change?
01 April, 2020
Singapore Defence Technology Summit - Is the Innovation Winter Coming?
26 June, 2019
Singapore Defence Technology Summit - Why the Sky is not Falling: The Diffusion of Artificial Intelligence
25 June, 2019
CO18118 | Three A’s of Military Logistics: Modernising the Armed Forces’ Tail
12 July, 2018
CO17200 | Armed Forces of the Future: Going Green?
25 October, 2017
Bulletins and Newsletters
Chapters in Edited Books
- “Europe-Northeast Asia Defence Relations: Heralding a New Era” in Europe-Northeast Asia defence relations: heralding a new era, Guns, engines and turbines – The EU’s hard power in Asia. Paris, France: Institute for Security Studies , 2018, pp. 51-66
- “Learning from South Korea: How Artificial Intelligence can Transform US Export Controls”, Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, 13 November 2018
- “A First: China, EU Launch New Combined Military Exercise”, The Diplomat, 18 October 2018
- “New Opportunities for EU-Japan Defense Relations”, The Diplomat, 11 August 2018
Last updated on 22/10/2019