- Title Pages
- Chapter One Assessing the Debate on Drone Warfare
- Chapter Two The Morality of “Drone Warfare”
- Chapter Three Drone Warfare and Military Ethics
- Chapter Four International Law and Drone Attacks beyond Armed Conflict Zones
- Chapter Five Drone Strikes and the Law
- Chapter Six Justifying the Right to Kill
- Chapter Seven The Strategic Implications of Targeted Drone Strikes for US Global Counterterrorism
- Chapter Eight Security Implications of Drones in Warfare
- Chapter Nine Winning without War
- Chapter Ten Targeted Killings and Secret Law
- Chapter Eleven Understanding the Gulf between Public and US Government Estimates of Civilian Casualties in Covert Drone Strikes
- Chapter Twelve The Myth of Precision
- Conclusion The Future of Drone Warfare
Coming to Terms with Drones
- Drones and the Future of Armed Conflict
- University of Chicago Press
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