Preface: coming to terms with drones Assessing the debate on drone warfare The morality of "drone warfare" Drone warfare and military ethics International law and drone attacks beyond armed conflict zones Drone strikes and the law: from Bush-era detention to Obama-era Targeted killing Justifying the right to kill: problems of law, transparency, and accountability The strategic implications of targeted drone strikes for US global counterterrorism Security implications of drones in warfare Winning without war: evaluating military and nonmilitary strategies for countering terrorism Targeted killings and secret law: drones and the atrophy of political restraints on war power Understanding the gulf between public and US government estimates of civilian casualties in covert drone strikes The myth of precision: human rights, drones, and the case of Pakistan Conclusion: the future of drone warfare: research challenges and policy options.
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