A Typology Of Arguments About Drone Ethics

A Typology Of Arguments About Drone Ethics
Title:
A Typology of Arguments About Drone Ethics
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ISBN:
9781584877684
Description

In recent years, international nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) like Human Rights Watch and Amnesty International have described U.S.-led drone strikes in Pakistan, Syria, Afghanistan, and elsewhere as atrocities and even war crimes. Both the International Committee of the Red Cross and Human Rights Watch have asked whether the United States is violating the Law of Armed Conflict (LOAC), with Human Rights Watch suggesting that the United States should be prosecuted for its actions.

How might military leaders best respond to these allegations? In this insightful analysis, Dr. Mary Manjikian offers a framework for understanding the different types of anti-drone arguments made by policymakers, NGOs, academics, and other states. 

Audience

Military leadership, drone experts, consultants, activists, ethics and morality advisers and educators, social science professionals, governmental agencies responsible for drone usage and certification.

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Publisher:
Defense Dept., Army, U.S. Army War College, Strategic Studies Institute
Author:
  • Manjikian, Mary
Key Phrases:
  • Letort Papers
  • Drones
  • Unmanned Aircraft
  • Ethics
  • Typology of Arguments About Drone Ethics
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Record Creation Date:
03/27/2018
Last Status Update:
01/29/2019
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