Drones and Targeted Killings: Ethics, Law, Politics
Drones and Targeted Killings: Ethics, Law, and Politics is a unique collection of sources that reveal the dilemmas, concerns, and issues surrounding the use of drone strikes and targeted killings. The anthology was developed with an understanding that readers need to engage this issue using a variety of resources including speeches, congressional testimony, news and scholarly articles, and legal briefs that discuss various sides of the debate. An introductory essay offers background and perspective on the issues. The book contains four sections that address some of the key elements of the debate: Are drone strikes and targeted killings effective? Are they ethical? Are the legal? Is there adequate transparency and government accountability?
Comparative and Foreign Law | Human Rights Law | International Law | Law | National Security Law
International Debate Education Association
New York, NY
Knuckey, Sarah, "Drones and Targeted Killings: Ethics, Law, Politics" (2014). Faculty Books. 276.