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The Drone Wars and Pakistan’s Conflict Casualties

By jimstaro - Posted on 31 May 2011

Working Paper: The Drone Wars and Pakistan’s Conflict Casualties, 2010 (2nd version)


May 2011 - This January, the Recording Casualties in Armed Conflict programme launched Every One of the website's goals is to provide thorough information regarding casualty recording in conflict settings. To this end, the RCAC team has launched its Working Papers series, which aims to explain and provide insight into particular subjects related to casualty recording.

The first paper of the series is about "The Drone Wars and Pakistan’s Conflict Casualties (2010)". In Pakistan, the use of unmanned aerial vehicles (‘drones’) has preceded and succeeded the death of Osama bin Laden. Drones’ use, in particular by the US within Pakistan, is surrounded by debate over their dubious legality. All the while, civilian and militant deaths continue on. {continued}


The Drone Wars and Pakistan’s Conflict Casualties

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