Nayef Al-Rodhan Publications

Quantum Computing and the New Space RaceJune 2018 - The National Interest

Sustainable Governance of Future Outer Space ColoniesJune 2018 - ETH Zürich

Artificial Intelligent Agents: Prerequisites for Rights and Dignity, April 2018 - CSS ETH Zurich

What will space exploration look like in the future?March 2018 - WEF

Preventing Future Conflicts in Outer SpaceMarch 2018 - CSS ETH Zurich

Reconciliation Statecraft: 8 Competing Principal InterestsMarch 2018 - BBVA OpenMind

Weaponization and Outer Space Security, March 2018 - Global Policy

Towards A Common European Space Policy: In Pursuit Of Independence And Scientific Progress - AnalysisMarch 2018 - Eurasia Review

The Seven Capacities of States: A Meta-Geopolitical FrameworkMarch 2018 - Georgetown Journal of International Affairs

Artificial Intelligent Agent: Pre-requisites for rights and dignityMarch 2018 - Age of Robots

Just Power for a Reformed UN, March 2018 - Eurasia Review, February 2018 - Yale Global Online

Emotional Amoral Egoism and its Implications for Understanding ConflictsFebruary 2018 - E-International Relations

This is your brain on Mars: what space travel does to our psychologyFebruary 2018 - Prospect

Why technological innovation and increased cooperation regarding space debris are vital, February 2018 - The Space Review

Russia: Space Power And Strategic Culture – Analysis, February 2018 - Eurasia Review

China Aims for the Moon - and Beyond, February 2018 - The Diplomat

Brainprints: Implications for  Security and Civil Liberties, February 2018 - The Fletcher Forum of World Affairs

Future of Human Enhancement - What is the future of human enhancement in the Arab World? February 2018 - WEF

Reconciliation Statecraft: Eight competing principal interestsFebruary 2018 - ETH Zurich, Global Policy

Interview: Symbiotic Realism and the Emotionality of StatesOctober 2017 - Global Affairs Mexico

Post-Truth Politics, the Fifth Estate and the Securitization of Fake News, July 2017 - BBVA OpenMind, June 2017 - ETH Zürich, Global Policy

The 'Ocean Model of Civilization', Sustainable History Theory, and Global Cultural Understanding