October 31, 2012

A Never-Ending Drone War

Micah Zenko, Foreign Policy

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Nov. 3 marks the tenth anniversary of America's Third War -- the campaign of targeted killings in non-battlefield settings that has been a defining feature of post-9/11 American military policy as much as the conflicts in Iraq or Afghanistan.

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