Drones and the War on Terror: When Can the U.S. Target Alleged American Terrorists Overseas?

February 27, 2013

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John B. Bellinger III testifies before the House Committee on the Judiciary on the legal and policy issues that stem from the use of lethal force by the U.S. government against American citizens abroad.

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