A Child’s Garden of Drones

A Child's Garden of Drones

“I can feel it in the air tonight, oh Lord” — Phil Collins

“Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Drones,” Cora Currier, Pro Publica

Almost 1 in 3 U.S. Warplanes is a Robot,” Spencer Ackerman and Noah Schachtman, Wired Danger Room

“Rise of the drone: From Calif. garage to multibillion-dollar defense industry,” Peter Finn, Washington Post

“The Changing Shapes of Air Power [graphic],” New York Times

“Drone statistics visualised,” Bureau of Investigative Journalism

“Dissecting Obama’s Standard on Drone Strike Deaths,” Justin Elliott, Pro Publica

“Let’s Stop Killing People for ‘Probably’ Being Up to No Good,” Max Read, Gizmodo


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One Response to “A Child’s Garden of Drones”

  1. Mike Licht Says:


    “Poll: Americans OK with some domestic drones — but not to catch speeders,” Jim Gold, msnbc.com

    “Is It Hard to Kill a Drone?” Brian Palmer, Slate

    “Deadly Drone Strike on Muslims in the Southern Philippines,” Akbar Ahmed, Brookings Institution

    “U.S. drone targets in Yemen raise questions,” Greg Miller, Washington Post

    “First the ‘targeted killing’ campaign, then the targeted propaganda campaign,” Jameel Jaffer and Nathan Wessler, The Guardian

    “Revealed: 64 Drone Bases on American Soil,” Lorenzo Franceschi-Bicchierai, Wired

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