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“Living Under Drones”

In this video Stanford’s International Human Rights and Conflict Resolution Clinic Director Jim Cavallaro discusses his students’ investigation into the effects of drone attacks in North Western Pakistan and their report, “Living Under Drones,” which includes first-hand accounts from civilians about the costs of this military tactic on their lives. The report has gotten a lot of attention since its publication in late September. The clinic worked closely with NYU’s Global Justice Clinic on the investigation and the report.

Here is the video by Brave New Foundation:

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  1. I think it’s vital to raise awareness of the fact that US drone attacks are often indiscriminate and kill countless civilians. American peace group Code Pink, with whom I was in Cairo a few years ago for the Gaza Freedom [does this}.

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