The Implications of Drones on U.S. Foreign Policy

The Implications of Drones on U.S. Foreign Policy

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Micah Zenko, CFR’s Douglas Dillon fellow in the Center for Preventive Action, and Sarah E. Kreps, associate professor of government at Cornell University, discuss the increased tactical use of unmanned aerial systems and the ramifications for U.S. foreign policy, as part of CFR's Academic Conference Call series.

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Speakers

Micah Zenko

Douglas Dillon Fellow, Council on Foreign Relations

Sarah E. Kreps

Associate Professor, Department of Government, Cornell University

Moderators

Irina A. Faskianos

Vice President, National Program & Outreach, Council on Foreign Relations

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