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Videos now available from “Drone Wars” and “Blinking Red” events

Drone Wars video thumbnail Videos are now available from our Drone Wars and Blinking Red events!

On November 6, 2013, we hosted Drone Wars: Challenges and Solutions, a panel discussion on a framework for the use of unmanned aerial vehicles under the law of armed conflict, featuring panelists from the Heritage Foundation, The New York Times, BBC News, and George Mason University School of Law.

Blinking Red video thumbnail Then on November 12, 2013, we hosted Blinking Red: Crisis and Compromise in American Intelligence After 9/11, a conversation with author Michael Allen on his new book, with a panel discussion featuring General Michael V. Hayden (Ret.) and Mr. Chuck Alsup.

You can now watch the full videos from both events online.

Drone Wars Event on 11/6

Join us tonight, Wednesday, November 6, 2013, at the Arlington Campus of George Mason University for Drone Wars: Challenges and Solutions, a panel discussion on a framework for the use of unmanned aerial vehicles under the law of armed conflict.

The opening reception will begin at 6:00 PM. At 6:30 PM, a drone pilot with the U.S. Air Force will give a brief presentation on how drones are operated, followed by the panel discussion and a post-panel networking reception with coffee and dessert.

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Drone Wars Panelists Announced

On the evening of Wednesday 11/6, the National Security Law Journal will host Drone Wars: Challenges and Solutions, a panel discussion on a framework for the use of unmanned aerial vehicles under the law of armed conflict. Panelists include:

  • Dr. James Jay Carafano, Vice President, Foreign and Defense Policy Studies at the Heritage Foundation
  • Scott Shane, a journalist for The New York Times, reporting principally on the intelligence community
  • Tara McKelvey, a feature writer for BBC News and the author of Monstering: Inside America’s Policy of Secret Interrogations and Torture in the Terror War

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