Timothy Takahashi (ASU): Drones in the National Airspace. Frederic Megret (McGill): The Humanitarian Problem with Drones. Anthony D'Amato (Northwestern): Drone Strikes Threaten Habeas Corpus: A Proposed Solution. What rules should govern US drone attacks? Kenneth Roth investigates. Is Obama’s policy of targeted killings really worse than Bush’s torture policy? Michael Dorf wonders. Does the advent of drone warfare, which keeps active soldiers out of harm's way, require a new brand of moral responsibility? Elspeth Van Veeren on drone imaginaries: There is more than one way to imagine a drone. Fred Kaplan on why it matters if the Pentagon takes command of the CIA’s drones. Drones are not only spreading to other countries, they're becoming smaller and smarter. James Jay Carafano on the future of drones. Drone manufacturers whine that they are misunderstood. The era of drone wars is already upon us — the era of robot wars could be fast approaching.

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