Tag: Drone Warfare

Lessons for the Evacuation of Afghanistan

The U.S. retaliatory drone strike in Kabul against ISIS-K reminds Ann Wright of her personal experience in helping to relocate large numbers of people in short order from Freetown, Sierra Leone, 25 years ago.

Chris Hedges: Bless the Traitors

Daniel Hale exposed widespread, indiscriminate murder of noncombatants in the global U.S. drone war. He faces ten years in prison while those who oversee these war crimes continue their killing spree.

Biden’s Drone Wars

Talk of peace in Afghanistan, Yemen, the streets of the U.S., is not coherent while waging wars with drones, writes Brian Terrell.

Moral Corrosion of Drone Warfare

Exclusive: The U.S. government uses drones to eliminate risk to its soldiers and thus domestic opposition to war, but that heightens the moral imperative to challenge the remote-controlled killings, says ex-CIA analyst Ray McGovern.

Finding New Homes for Lethal Drones

America’s expanded use of drone warfare to kill targets half a world away is spreading from a base outside Las Vegas to other state-side locales, including Syracuse, New York, as Norman Solomon discovered.