Category Archives: Drones

CSM On Drone Warfare’s Three Biggest Problems

The piece, by Anna Mulrine, raises the three most commonly cited problems: the fear of copy-cat attacks, killing innocent civilians, and the lack of oversight over the program(s). In fact, it’s Obama’s assertion of his unilateral authority to use drones … Continue reading

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Peter Bergen On “A Dangerous New World Of Drones”

From his piece on CNN’s website today, discussing the implications of the spread of drone technology to at least 70 nations: But without an international framework governing the use of drone attacks, the United States is setting a dangerous precedent … Continue reading

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The Drone Debate, Encapsulated

When I went to Georgetown University over 20 years ago, I felt the standards for hiring and retaining faculty were relatively high. If you need any evidence that they’ve slipped–badly–you need only read this piece by GU faculty member Christine … Continue reading

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Obama’s UN Speech

From his speech: But understand, the attacks of the last two weeks are not simply an assault on America.  They are also an assault on the very ideals upon which the United Nations was founded — the notion that people … Continue reading

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New Stanford/NYU Report: Living Under Drones

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In the “Must Read” Category: TBIJ’s Drone Strike Database

If you’re interested in “The Drone Wars” and also curious as to what real investigative journalism looks like, then take a look at The Bureau of Investigative Journalism’s website. 

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Drone Debate Update for 9/14/12

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