barack obama drones

"We must enlist our values in the fight," Obama said. "In the months ahead, I will continue to engage with Congress to ensure
President Barack Obama has never commented publicly on the targeted drone strike that accidentally killed Abdulrahman al-Awlaki, a 16-year-old American boy and the son of al Qaeda leader Anwar al-Awlaki.
The hearing coincides with the release of a book by writer Jeremy Scahill chronicling the 2011 targeted killing in Yemen
Scahill also interviewed members of the al-Awlaki family, who opposed Anwar al-Awlaki's killing and believed the U.S. government
Anti-drone activists will go after the military, universities and companies that play a role in Obama's drone program in
Caitlin Hayden, a spokeswoman for the White House National Security Council, said the administration is committed to explaining
Still, the potential use of even unarmed drones for domestic law enforcement is meeting firm resistance in Congress and state
Amid the drone debate a majority of Americans believe that President Obama is either worse or no better at protecting civil liberties than former President Bush. We are joined by Dan Steadman, Jeanette Bennett, Reyna Ramirez and Tom Cunningham.
The demands grew when the unclassified "white paper" revealing information on drone strikes was leaked. The Senate Judiciary
It would not seem, at first blush, to be particularly helpful to use drone attacks to incinerate people who preach against al Qaeda. But I'm sure I am overthinking things. Omelettes and eggs, after all. Best not to question it.
Cultural diplomacy or public diplomacy cannot be effective when coupled with acts of war. This is a lesson which major powers keep learning and also keep forgetting. Public diplomacy could not succeed in Iraq as long as military force was used.
During his second term, President Obama may take action on vital domestic issues but he will also continue the war on terror with a bloated national security establishment and ferocious use of killer drones.
The United States has deployed drones as part of a top-secret, but increasingly exposed, war against suspected terrorists