A new issue of Parameters is out. Milena Sterio (Cleveland State): The United States’ Use of Drones in the War on Terror: The (Il)Legality of Targeted Killings Under International Law. Antulio J. Echevarria (AWC): What Is Wrong with the American Way of War? From Joint Forces Quarterly, a special section on cyberwarfare. From FDL, a book salon on Mind Wars: Brain Science and the Military in the 21st Century by Jonathan D. Moreno. Hacking the next war: Cyber security is an ultra-modern challenge, but we could learn a lot about it by examining how pre-modern European city-states managed their defenses. A review of Ethics and War: An Introduction by Steven P. Lee. Oscar Arias on imagining a post-military world (and part 2). An invasion of unmanned aerial vehicles — drones to you — is on its way, but these flying robots are here to help, not enslave the human race. M. Sornarajah reviews A History of the Laws of War by Alexander Gillespie. Sarah Wanenchak on war games and war stories. Will the apocalypse arrive online? Karen Greenberg on how fear of cyber attack could take down your liberties and the constitution. John Arquilla on 10 books that are better than The Art of War.