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Obama’s Dangerous Drone Policy

(Photo: Flickr/Debra Sweet) An anti-drone protest in Chicago in 2012 P resident Obama’s foreign-policy record has many strident critics, but all but the most partisan can agree that America’s image in the world has markedly improved since he took office in January 2009. One particularly conspicuous black mark as he prepares to leave office, however, will be his administration’s military drone policy, and the perilous precedent it has set.
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