Sudden justice describes the reality of this secret drone war one in which hundreds of civilians have died and the wider strategic interests of the united states may have been jeopardized the ability to target its enemies from the safety of headquarters thousands of miles from the battlefield has profound implications for how america conducts its foreign policy and for how it is seen in . Sudden justice americas secret drone wars by christopher woods is an examination of americas use of drones in fighting its enemies woods is an investigative journalist who specializes in conflict and national security issues. Sudden justice americas secret drone wars chris woods an even handed expose of the little understood yet extremely significant world of drone warfare comprehensive insights from many of those intimately involved the pilots and analysts special forces and intelligence officials and pentagon commanders who have fought americas secret . Sudden justice explores the secretive history of the united states use of armed drones and their key role not only on todays battlefields but also in a covert targeted killing project that has led to the deaths of thousands days after 9 11 a cia predator in afghanistan executed the worlds first lethal drone strike. Stanford libraries official online search tool for books media journals databases government documents and more
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