US Drone Strikes
New technologies are paving the way for weaponized drones that can remain in the sky indefinitely.
The lull in US drone strikes in Pakistan was just that – a brief pause, not a policy shift.
The use of a robot to kill Dallas police shooter Micah Xavier is raising questions about how police forces deploy new technologies.
Warped views on both sides of the bilateral equation are acting as a destabilizing force.
Though it might seem otherwise, drone strikes aren’t the only tactical option for counterterrorism operations.
The Geopoliticalmonitor’s Zachary Fillingham examines the impact of Hakimullah Mehsud’s death on US-Pakistan relations, as well as the prospects for a negotiated peace between Islamabad and the Pakistan Taliban.
Examining the US military's slow but steady movement towards unmanned platforms.
What's at stake in Pakistan's upcoming elections?
Last week, a UN investigator called on the Obama administration to provide legal justification for its ever-expanding drone war in Yemen, Somalia, and Pakistan.
Political sentiment in the United States seems to be turning against the interventions and nation-building projects that have characterized US foreign policy in recent years. The revulsion at the cost and size of government, including the cost of expensive wars in the Middle East, has been amply demonstrated during the debt ceiling drama of recent weeks.