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Title:Drone Warfare: Killing By Remote Control
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Publisher:OR Books
ISBN:9781935928
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Number of Pages:262
Category:Politics, Non fiction, War, History, Military, Activism

Drone Warfare: Killing By Remote Control by Medea Benjamin

PDF, EPUB, MOBI, TXT, DOC Drone Warfare: Killing By Remote Control Drone Warfare is a comprehensive look at the growing menace of robotic warfare with an extensive analysis of who is producing the drones where they are being used who pilots these unmanned planes who are the victims and what are the legal and moral implications In vivid readable style the book also looks at what activists lawyers and scientists are doing to ground the drones and ways to move forward .

In reality writes Benjamin the assassinations we are carrying out via drones will come back to haunt us when others start doing the same thing to us

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A champion of the poor and advocate for women Afro Brazilian Senator Benedita de Silva shares the sometimes heart wrenching always inspiring story of her life Illustrations amp photos, The co founder of Code Pink has become famous for fearlessly tackling head on subjects most of us studiously avoid Sometimes she does so in person as during President Obama s speech at the National Defense University or during a reception for drone manufacturers and members of Congress or in Cairo where she was assaulted by police Here she s researching the sinister nature of the relationship between the U S and Saudi Arabia br br In seven succinct chapters followed by a meditation on prospects for change Benjamin cited by the L A i Times i as one of the high profile members of the peace movement shines a light on one of the most perplexing elements of American foreign policy What is the origin of this strange alliance between two countries that seemingly have very little in common Why does it persist and what are its consequences Why over a period of decades and across various presidential administrations has the United States consistently supported a regime shown time and again to be one of the most powerful forces working against American interests Saudi Arabia is perhaps the single most important source of funds for terrorists worldwide promoting an extreme interpretation of Islam along with anti Western sentiment while brutally repressing non violent dissidents at home br br With extremism spreading across the globe a reduced U S need for Saudi oil and a thawing of U S relations with Iran the time is right for a re evaluation of our close ties with the Saudi regime, Activists ambassadors and award winning journalists offer their incisive analysis of the American occupation of Iraq in this timely collection of essays featuring the arresting photography of Lynsey Addario Topics include American economic interests in the war the mainstream media coverage that made it politically feasible escalating abuse of Muslim women by both American troops and an increasingly fundamentalist Middle East citizenry the profiteering of multinationals like Halliburton and Bechtel and more A bevy of contributors includes Medea Benjamin Kristina Borjesson Amy Goodman Amir Hussain Naomi Klein Mark LeVine Yanar Mohammed Viggo Mortensen and Ambassador Joseph Wilson, How can we humanize each other and act as responsible global citizens What are appropriate and effective responses to terrorism How should media figures report on terrorism and war How should elected officials respond What can ordinary citizens do br br How to Stop the Next War Now edited by renowned CODEPINK peace activists Medea Benjamin and Jodie Evans shares expert insight on the issues and powers that be that can lead us to war including the media our elected politicians global militarization and the pending scarcity of national resources It aims to educate and reflect on the effectiveness of peace movement activities and offers hope through shared ideas action steps and checklists to transition from a culture of violence to a culture of peace br br Full of practical proven suggestions to promote education awareness activism and political change drawn from experts from every walk of life who have passionately devoted their lives to peace Contributors include elected officials media personalities and reporters public intellectuals and ordinary citizens all who are eager to find the most appropriate and effective responses to terrorism other than bombing the hell out of third world countries Includes short essays interviews poems illustrations Q amp As action tips and more