‘Fresh, well-researched and well-written…provides an occasion to think about the deep implications of killing people though drones.’
'This chilling and comprehensive survey more than amply demonstrates that drone strikes are war crimes.'
'A clarion call to reverse course if we ever want to see an end to our military adventures abroad. Read it and act!'
Medea Benjamin, author of Drone Warfare: Killing by Remote Control
'Laurie Calhoun's brilliant enquiry is a chilling reminder of how far we have strayed from the concept of "a just war".'
Richard Gott, author of Britain's Empire: Resistance, Rebellion and Revolt
'By far the best book on drone warfare and the ethics of targeted assassinations to date.'
Richard Jackson, co-author of Terrorism: A Critical Introduction
'A comprehensive and shocking survey of the dirty consequences of US drone strikes.'
Melvin A. Goodman, former CIA analyst and author of National Insecurity: The Cost of American Militarism
'This timely book ... has exposed the ethical and moral bankruptcy and shortsighted objectives of the Predator drone programme.'
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