Drones and Targeted Killing in the Middle East and Africa: An Appraisal of American Counterterrorism Policies

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The United States has actually repeatedly used drones to eliminate terrorists in Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya, Pakistan, Somalia, Syria, and Yemen in an effort to decrease terrorism and the vigor of terrorist groups. Targeted killing through the use of drones has actually ended up being a diplomacy weapon to keep the United States safe from additional terrorist attacks. Nevertheless, it is believed that these killings has really led to a boost in terrorist group recruitment, terrorist attacks, and empathy for the terrorist group from the local population in addition to a number of other unwanted consequences. The 2 part research study question this book tries to address is, "What is the result of drone targeted killing on Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya, Pakistan, Somalia, Syria, and Yemen? And is it a successful approach in the War on Horror?"

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