The government’s tally of civilian deaths, and guidelines on who can be targeted, just to name a few.
Does the U.S. pay families when drones kill innocent Yemenis?
How exactly does the U.S. government define ‘militant activity’?
Most drone strikes are directed at unidentified targets—not U.S. citizens or known Al Qaeda leaders—with murky justification.
Holiday celebrations in a Yemeni village defy the country’s reputation.
Micah Zenko talks about the uncertain motives underlying US drone policy.
Michael Kirby Smith’s unprecedented and intimate look into Yemen
War has become a sort of American monopoly–but the American people don’t seem to know, or care.
Civilian soldiers, drones, and cyber attacks are just a few elements of the Obama formula for contemporary war.
An unprecedented expansion of authority has created a new role for the president: Assassin-in-Chief.