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Volume 23  Number 1  •  Summer 2018
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The Drone Paradox
Fighting Terrorism with Mechanized Terror
By Christopher J. Coyne, Abigail R. Hall
This article appeared in the Summer 2018 issue of The Independent Review

Weaponized unmanned aerial vehicles have been hailed as powerful tools for reducing the threat of global terrorism, but what happens when they instill terror? One possibility is that the military’s use of armed drones may actually increase non-state terrorism.

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Other Independent Review articles by Christopher J. Coyne
    Summer 2018   Introduction: Symposium on Drones
    Summer 2018   Gene Sharp: The “Clausewitz of Nonviolent Warfare”
    Winter 2018   Overlooked Costs of War-Related Public Research
[View All (19)]

Other Independent Review articles by Abigail R. Hall
    Fall 2016   Empire State of Mind
    Fall 2016   We Kill Because We Can
    Summer 2016   The War on Drugs in Afghanistan
[View All (6)]







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