Call Number: Y 358.414 Gus
Publication Date: 2017-09-15
In this book, the author explores the significance of drone warfare from multiple perspectives, drawing on accounts by drone operators, victims of drone attacks, antidrone activists, human rights activists, international lawyers, journalists, military thinkers, and academic experts. The author examines the way drone warfare has created commuter warriors and redefined the space of the battlefield. he looks at the paradoxical mix of closeness and distance involved in remote killing: is it easier than killing someone on the physical battlefield if you have to watch onscreen?