What will be the legacy of President Obama’s drone program? How will the next president use armed drones and targeted killings? What was the political and legal significance of the US government’s targeted killing of American citizen, Anwar al-Awlaki? Earlier this week, Just Security‘s Jameel Jaffer and Jeremy Waldron joined New York Times reporter Scott Shane in a wide-ranging discussion, moderated by Politico‘s Nahal Toosi, exploring these questions and more through the lens of Shane’s new book, Objective Troy.
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