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Drones Reshaping Wars and Warfighters

July 26, 2011

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For a time, news reports of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles and their actions on the battlefield intrigued us at every turn because we were fascinated with the technology and the possibilities. We are also discovering limits and drawbacks, but among all the conversations of how drones are reshaping wars, little attention is being paid to how […]

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No Attractive Alternative in Mexico

March 23, 2011

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A trend has emerged lately among political pundits and international interest-takers, of discussing drug-related violence in Mexico as if it were a threat to national security that the U.S. government has neglected for too long. There is a call for more proactive policy.
The United States has options, but few of them are attractive.

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