Drones

Podcast
Jul 19, 2016
Pentagon Is Freaking Out - Aren't You?

Pentagon is freaking out -- aren't you?

Green Majority Radio
The Pentagon wants to anticipate and control social unrest. There are two main points to glean here, firstly why they are suddenly so concerned, and how they are going about using this research.
Podcast
Dec 25, 2015
2015 In Review

2015 in review

Green Majority Radio
We review a bunch of top 2015 news items (not just environmental stories) and draw conclusions about where the world is going as we reach the end of another year.
Blog
Dec 2, 2013
MQ-1 Predator Drone launching a Hellfire missile.

Death in Yemen: Disillusion and drones in the desert

Christopher Majka
Since 2009 the U.S. has been launching drone strikes against Yemeni citizens. Is it legal? Is it effective? Is it just? Journalist Farea Al-Muslimi discusses the impact of this military campaign.
Blog
Sep 9, 2013

What would Martin Luther King think of Obama?

Gerry Caplan
Martin Luther King would surely have been confounded by the record of Barack Obama, whose presidency would have been unthinkable without King and who paid King a lengthy tribute at the commemoration.
Blog
Nov 14, 2012

Who won the U.S. election and what can we celebrate?

Carleen Pickard
Did you feel it too? A nervous anticipation hung in the Global Exchange office Nov. 6 as we wondered what the outcome of the U.S. election would be. Now that we have the results –- who won?
Blog
Jul 16, 2012
Image: Jared Rodriguez /Truthout/Flickr

Obama's drone attacks and Tuesday death club

Gerry Caplan
According to the American Civil Liberties Union, an estimated 4,000 people have been killed in U.S. drone strikes since 2002 in Pakistan, Yemen and Somalia.
Podcast
Jan 18, 2012
Redeye

Use of drones growing dramatically

Redeye
Drones are robotic aircraft that can carry arms but are also for surveillance. Currently one in every three aircraft in the U.S. is a drone and over 50 countries have some form of unmanned aircraft.

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