The browser or device you are using is out of date. It has known security flaws and a limited feature set. You will not see all the features of some websites. Please update your browser. A list of the most popular browsers can be found below.
Are drones here to stay? Often touted as surgically precise and effective, drones have become the U.S.’ choice weapon in the targeted killing of Al Qaeda operatives. However, protest from communities where drone attacks are a regular occurrence has struck a chord with many critics. Some question the efficacy of drone strikes, calling for greater transparency regarding targets and casualties. So, should the U.S. drone program be reformed? Join us at 7:30pmET to discuss.
What do you think? Record a video comment and leave your thoughts below.
By some estimates, drones are responsible for over 95% of targeted killings since September 11th, but the devices are hardly popular. Some critics are skeptical about their effectiveness while others are concerned the program will breed resentment abroad.
The organization Brave New Foundation, along with the law schools at Stanford and New York University, documented the lives of Pakistani civilians affected by the drone program.