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It creates more violent terrorists and leaves no one who can talk peace.
Alex de Waal
A Pakistani family demands acknowledgment of their grandmother's death.
“The drones were terrifying. The buzz of a distant propeller is a constant reminder of imminent death."
In 1906 Upton Sinclair published The Jungle, a novel concerning the abysmal treatment of immigrants
Carmen Giménez Smith
Ambassador Akbar Ahmed discusses the findings of his research into U.S. drone attacks in Pakistan and their effects on the region.
Two new books by investigative journalists reveal how the United States relies on drones to make up for its lack of coherent policy in the war on terrorism.
President Obama’s speech on counterterrorism strategy fell short on substance.
Elizabeth Goitein, Faiza Patel
The President, Drones, and Just War Theory
Our Failure to Regulate Drone Warfare
Selling asymmetric war at the Unmanned Vehicle Systems trade show.
Drones at home.
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Kevin P. Donovan, Emma Park
Jonathan Beecher Field
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