Programmed for war, imagining the future of armed conflict

From microscopic weapons to fully automated robotic fighting machines, the technology of warfare is changing rapidly. As the first Geneva Convention of 1864 turns 150 years old this year, we look to the future and ask whether humanitarians and the rules of war will be able to keep up with the next generation of weapons. Also in this issue: Humanitarian action 2064; Our stories, our history; Timeline of a tragedy. See online edition and previous issues.

Red Cross / Red Crescent magazine covers a range of humanitarian issues. Articles include features on the activities of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies as they seek to help people around the world.

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