Time to Rethink The U.S. Drone Program? This week, President Obama, @obama_prezident, acknowledged that a U.S. drone strike killed two Al Qaeda hostages, American Warren Weinstein and Italian Giovanni Lo Porto, last January. Andrew Cockburn, @andrewmcockburn, author of “Kill Chain: The Rise Of The High-Tech Assassins” and Washington editor for Harper's Magazine, @Harpers examines the U.S. drone program since its inception. He believes the program has had few successes over the years, and that the U.S. should find a new strategy to wage the war on terror.
talking about high tech to kill hostages. Andrew Cockburn is author of the " Kill Chain: the rise of the high-tech assassins" Kill Chain uncovers the real and extraordinary story; its origins in long-buried secret programs, the breakthroughs that made drone operations possible, the ways in which the technology works and, despite official claims, does not work. Taking the reader inside the well-guarded world of national security, the book reveals the powerful interests - military, CIA and corporate - that have led the drive to kill individuals by remote control. Most importantly of all, the book describes what has really happened when the theories underpinning the strategy -- and the multi-billion dollar contracts they spawn -- have been put to the test
Socio gerente de Drones Tech, sobre la utilidad para el sector agropecuario. "El mediodía de Mónica Y César", con la conducción de Mónica Cahen D'anvers y Cesar Mascetti, de lunes a viernes de 12 a 14 por Radio Del Plata.