Lethal Aerial Drone Strikes
Rosa Brooks suggested that new rules might be necessary for governing the use of lethal force by drones or other means as the U.S. pursues… read more
Rosa Brooks suggested that new rules might be necessary for governing the use of lethal force by drones or other means as the U.S. pursues terrorist threats across the world. The former Defense Department adviser noted that civilian casualties and other problems associated with drones also occur during conventional military operations.
“Flying Mission Creep: What We Can Learn from the Pentagon’s History with Drones” was part of the forum “The Drone Next Door,” held by the Future Tense partnership between the New America Foundation, Arizona State University and Slate magazine. close
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
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