Defense analysis professor explores ethics of unmanned systems in new book
Stein, Amanda D.
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NPS Professor Dr. Bradley Strawser discusses his new book "Killing by remote control: the ethics of an unmanned military", focusing on moral questions about drones and other unmanned systems.
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