Ms. Navina Dunlop is a Research Assistant at the Partnership for Global Security. She provides research and support for areas such as Disruptive Technologies, Artificial Intelligence, and Cyber Warfare. She also specializes in Chinese military strategy and the arms race within technological innovation.
Navina is currently completing her Bachelor’s Degree in International Studies at RMIT University in Melbourne, Australia. Her major is International Security with a key focus area on Disruptive Technologies, Cyber Warfare, and Autonomous Weapons. She has completed papers focused on the multi stake-holder governance of global communications commons, the asymmetric qualities of the Cyber Warfare and the changing landscape for international conflict due to Disruptive Technologies.