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Terminator Planet: The First History of Drone Warfare, 2001-2050

@inproceedings{Turse2012TerminatorPT,
  title={Terminator Planet: The First History of Drone Warfare, 2001-2050},
  author={Nick Turse and Tom Engelhardt},
  year={2012}
}

Meditations on the abyss: American security, the global “war on terror,” and the rise of ISIS

AMERICAN SECURITY, THE GLOBAL “WAR ON TERROR,” AND THE RISE OF ISIS by EDWIN DANIEL JACOB A dissertation submitted to the Graduate School-Newark Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey in partial

New Rules for New Tools? Exploitative and Productive Lawfare in the Case of Unpiloted Aircraft

Contemporary shifts in technology are celebrated for empowering human rights defenders and generating prosperity, but they also enable new forms of human rights violations. This article traces the

Drone Warfare: Twenty-First Century Empire and Communications

This paper, part of a larger project that examines drones from a social-construction of technology perspective, considers drone warfare in light of Harold Innis’s seminal work on empire and

Discurso terrorista y la militarización del contraterrorismo estadounidense: Los años de Reagan

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Dismantling the wall: the simplification of complex socio-technological systems and the implications for urban resilience

The study of urban and societal collapse has long been an area of scientific, historical and cultural interest. In recent years this interest in collapse, and its corollary resilience, has increased

GlobalShadowWar-aconceptual analysis

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The rapid escalation of the CIA's drone program under the Obama administration has attracted the close attention of the media and academic experts. While such attention has helped shine a light on

The Next Arms Race? A Military Ethical Reflection on the Effects of Artificial Superintelligence on Drone Warfare and American Counterterrorism

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Dark Clouds and Deadly Skies: Assessing the Strategic Effectiveness of Using Remotely Piloted Aircraft Outside of Designated Combat Zones

Abstract : With major combat operations complete in both Iraq and Afghanistan, the United States continues to face resilient terrorist threats from violent extremist networks across the globe. These