U.S. Drone Strike in Kabul Killed a Family — and Began a New Chapter of the War
Though U.S. forces are leaving Afghanistan, the war could continue with remotely controlled drone strikes — and even less accountability.
Biden’s War Policy Offers Chance for Change — or More of the Same
The administration is reexamining Trump-era rules governing drone strikes and commando missions outside of conventional war zones, along with much else.
Joe Biden’s Silence on Ending the Drone Wars
With scant comments about U.S. assassination programs, there are indications that Biden would keep the drone wars around.
How Israeli-Designed Drones Became Russia’s Eyes in the Sky for Defending Bashar al-Assad
Though their alliances ostensibly put them on opposite sides, the Syrian war has paradoxically deepened the relationship between Israel and Russia.
How Turkey Defied the U.S. and Became a Killer Drone Power
Turkey couldn’t get what it wanted from the U.S. so it built its own fleet of lethal drones. It uses them in Iraq, Syria — and domestically.