Dominika Kunertova works as a Senior Researcher at the Center for Security Studies, ETH Zürich. She researches weaponization of emerging and disruptive technologies, trends in military robotics, innovation in arms control, transatlantic defence and security cooperation, and armaments dynamics in Europe. Her previous work experience includes strategic foresight at NATO Allied Command Transformation in Norfolk, VA, capability development at NATO Headquarters in Brussels, and military unmanned systems at the Center for War Studies in Denmark. She holds a PhD in Political Science from Université de Montréal with specialization in Security Studies and Canadian Politics. She has published articles and research reports on NATO burden-sharing, military drones, and missile technology.
- Alliance and Burden Sharing
- Transatlantic Relations and European Security
- Politics of Arms Control
- Dominika Kunertova, “Weaponized and Overhyped: Hypersonic Technology,” CSS Analyses in Security Policy, 2021.
- Dominika Kunertova, “European Drone Clubs Stall Strategic Autonomy,” CSS Policy Perspectives 9:5 (2021).
- Dominika Kunertova, “New Missiles, Eroding Norms : European Options after the Demise of the INF Treaty,” Copenhagen : Centre for Military Studies, 2021.
- Dominika Kunertova, “Military Drones in Europe – The European Defense Market and the Spread of Military UAV Technology,” Odense, Denmark : Center for War Studies, 2019.
- Dominika Kunertova & Lt Col (ret.) Aaron Bazin, “An Alliance Divided? Five Factors That Could Fracture NATO,” Military Review, 2018.