February 5, 2013

The Case for Drone Strikes

Michael W. Lewis, Los Angeles Times

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They remain the best option for denying al-Qaeda and Taliban fighters havens in Pakistan.

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TAGGED: Afghanistan, Pakistan, Drones

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