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The growing use of unmanned aerial surveillance and combat capable aircraft, otherwise known as drones, has drawn the attention of the world. In the US, drones operated by domestic agencies are conducting surveillance for border protection and crime prevention. Abroad, drones are being deployed to strike military and civilian targets as well as to conduct reconnaissance. As the use of drones becomes more common, what legal, political and other ramifications will that use have?


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