Improved ergonomics alone can’t lift the moral burden on drone operators far removed from the battlefield, for whom life-or-death decisions are all in a day's work.
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In expanding US drone strikes in Yemen, Somalia, and Afghanistan, Trump has "shredded" Obama-era safeguards to minimizing the risk of civilian casualties.
If it isn’t a live feed, then what is it? A simulation? A prerecorded loop?
A new RAND study on the mental health of America's drone personnel offers a raw glimpse at the psychological toll of the job.
High above Iraq and Syria, Global Hawks are undoubtedly taking images of potential Islamic State targets and snatching up radio chatter.
Britain's top lawyer clarifies the laws on preemptive strikes and self defence, stating no specific evidence is needed on a target to launch an attack.
The United States now leans on the Niger base because, according to newly-revealed documents, it's the only country that will let them conduct drone operations.
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