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U.S. drone-strike policy threatens to backfire as other nations acquire technology

June 11, 2018, Washington Times

Peter Lichtenbaum is quoted in a Washington Times article regarding U.S. policy on drone strikes. “We can set whatever rules we want, but we need to understand that we are setting a precedent, and other countries are watching very closely what we do,” says Lichtenbaum. “If we assert a certain prerogative, that will make it difficult for us to argue against other countries asserting those same prerogatives.”

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