Joining host Jim Falk are:
Brianna Rosen, Ph.D., Senior Fellow at Just Security, visiting fellow at the Oxford Institute of Ethics, Law and Armed Conflict and
Joseph O. Chapa, Ph.D., Lieutenant Colonel U.S. Airforce, Author: Is Remote Warfare Moral?
The Russian-Ukrainian war has made us more aware of the use of manned and unmanned drones in war.
Speaking in mid-November, Ukrainian Vice Prime Minister Mykhailo Fedorov said, “In the last two weeks, we have been convinced once again the wars of the future will be about maximum drones and minimal humans.”
Still, drone warfare remains controversial, with many questioning the ethics, morality, and critical legal issues of using drones to fight their wars, even though they may be considered essential instruments of war.
Join our guests to probe further into these and other questions:
- Is drone warfare needed?
- What is its main purpose?
- How do we ensure the safety of civilians surrounding the target?
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